Professor and Director of Edge Hill’s Institute of Social Responsibility (ISR) Jo Crotty has shared her thoughts on the ramifications of lockdown in the latest episode of The Conversation’s Anthill podcast.
The biggest ‘thank-you’ the country has ever seen will take place on the birthday of the NHS this weekend (4th and 5th July) and will culminate in an epic pause for applause at 5pm on Sunday.
A writer of and about short stories from Edge Hill University says that winning this year’s Northbound Book Award will change his life.
To mark World Emoji Day an Edge Hill University expert looks at how the face mask emoji could be an important way to encourage behaviour change around wearing face masks as part of the Covid-19 recovery phase.
The Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE) has joined forces with the British Film Institute (BFI) and Screenlife Liverpool for a special, one-off masterclass with award-winning film director and producer Timur Bekmambetov.
To mark National Writing Day (24th June), Edge Hill University is celebrating news that alumnus Carys Bray has released her latest book When the Lights Go Out to critical acclaim.
Minority groups have been the focus of an Edge Hill leadership skills course during lockdown to encourage more women, the BAME community and people with disabilities into senior positions.
A retail expert at Edge Hill University has given her take on how the high street is coping with Covid-19 in the Grimsey Review and calls for drastic new measures to save the sector.
To mark International Women in Engineering Day we are recognising the contribution our honorary doctor Sue Ion makes to the profession.
Sometimes Always Never, the critically acclaimed debut feature film by director and Edge Hill senior lecturer Carl Hunter, has received rave reviews internationally.