Scout Leader Alicia Platt has been awarded an Edge Hill University Scholarship for helping to build a school library in Uganda and setting up much-needed scouting groups across Blackpool and Lancashire.
A dance student from Edge Hill University is calling for dance to be used in domiciliary settings to improve the mental and physical health of home care service users after seeing dramatic results from his dance research project.
The Department of Sport and Physical Activity at Edge Hill has met the criteria to be receive the Athena Swan Bronze Award for its commitment to support and transform gender equality within higher education and research.
An Ecology and Conservation student received his second scholarship from Edge Hill University after receiving multiple nominations for his outstanding dedication to maintaining the University’s allotment.
A team of leading researchers have been commissioned by the Sport for Development Coalition and charity Mind to research how sport and exercise can address the mental health crisis brought on by Covid-19.
A student advisory panel has been launched by Edge Hill University as part of its ongoing commitment to collaborate with students to inform the delivery of its Access and Participation Plan (APP).
This week marks the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd in America. The past year has seen a huge global reaction at all levels of society, from mass protests to institutional reflections. Edge Hill, like many others, have taken the opportunity to re-examine the robustness and coherence of its own Equality, Diversity and Inclusion portfolio.
A kind-hearted Edge Hill University student has dedicated her spare time during the COVID-19 pandemic to fundraise for an African palliative care charity.
Edge Hill has launched a fascinating new Masters degree in Nineteenth Century Studies that will take students on a journey through the culture, literature, people and history of the nineteenth century.
Student Charlie Baker’s incredible contribution to ensuring life at Edge Hill is more inclusive has been recognised with a University Scholarship.