A new mental health initiative set up by Edge Hill law students has been launched with a new student-to-student support scheme to help those who may be struggling during the pandemic.
Three Senior Lecturers from Edge Hill’s School of Applied Health, Social Care & Social Work explain why this year’s Movember is more important than ever.
A team of researchers at Edge Hill University have released a new study that explores the benefits of Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) for children on the autism spectrum and their caregivers.
The search to find three mystery Edge Hill healthcare students who came to the aid of an injured teenager in Ormskirk has been solved, after a University call-out was launched to find them.
A new report published by a children’s rights expert at Edge Hill University has highlighted some of the necessary steps to be taken to help improve the lives of children living in Liverpool.
A teaching graduate from Edge Hill University has been nominated for a top award for an innovative sporting activity launched for children in lockdown. Alexandra Graham, 22, teaches at Kingmoor Junior School in Cumbria. She has been nominated for a TES School Award for New Teacher of the Year 2020 for her incredible work setting […]
Professor of American History Kevern Verney from Edge Hill University shares his expert opinion on Kamela Harris’ election as Vice President and how her landmark victory will affect race relations in the USA.
An Edge Hill academic has been working tirelessly during the current pandemic to ensure families in Liverpool are not going hungry and offering free therapy sessions to key workers.
An Edge Hill professor has produced a unique new book that brings together leading criminologists and theologians to challenge accepted conventions in the criminal justice system.
In this blog post Associate Dean Research and Professor in American History Kevern Verney discusses Trump V Biden and the history of American elections.