The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson yesterday (26 September) declared that universities had to do more to prove they were actively recruiting and supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
As part of the TechUP programme, the women – who are either currently in technology-related roles or aspire to be – were welcomed to the Ormskirk campus by Pro Vice-Chancellor Lynda Brady for a weekend full of networking and industry-led inputs.
Toni Bewley, Senior Lecturer in Children’s Health, discusses her experiences as a carer for her own child, and why she believes service users and carers can play a pivotal role in the development and training of health professionals.
Edge Hill University has launched its first vegan and vegetarian restaurant on campus. Following a student survey calling for more vegan and vegetarian options the University has opened Roots Kitchen. Using plenty of locally-sourced produce Roots Kitchen will offer a changing menu of special dishes such as cauliflower popcorn, beetroot and halloumi kebabs, vegetable […]
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