As President Biden sent a message to the world on his first day in office by signing an executive order for the United States to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement, a political economist at Edge Hill highlights the importance of the symbolic move.
An Edge Hill alumnus has brought domestic abuse to the forefront through the power of film in response to a surge in cases during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Today is Blue Monday, supposedly the most depressing day of the year. While the day has been widely debunked as pseudoscience, a counselling expert at Edge Hill University explains why mental health awareness should be a year-round conversation.
A Professor at Edge Hill University’s Medical School was among the first clinicians in the world to identify a “very strange” new symptom found in people suffering from long Covid.
To mark the historic inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States, Edge Hill University is hosting an online webinar discussing race relations in America and whether the new president can reverse the damage already done.
In rapid response to January’s lockdown, Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education is hosting events for teachers to get up to speed on the latest remote learning techniques.
In a new article for The Conversation Programme Lead Nutrition and Health Hazel Flight explains exactly what the free school meals programme should be providing to make sure children get all the vitamins and nutrients they need.
Schools are receiving free donations of laptops to help their pupils continue to learn during lockdown.
More than 400 employees from across 220 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Lancashire have signed up to participate in one of the county’s major leadership skills programmes, delivered by Edge Hill’s Business School.
Hazel Flight from Edge Hill University discusses the benefits and newly discovered risks of going vegetarian with some essential advice for anyone taking part in Veganuary.