Employers and students had the opportunity to meet and discuss employment opportunities in the digital technology industry at the annual Computing Careers Fair.
Edge Hill University student Fenia Palyvou showcases her unusual artwork at Independents, one of the largest contemporary visual arts festivals in the UK.
Two History students have experienced life at a Chinese university as part of a prestigious academic trip to Sichuan Province.
A new project with Rochdale Borough Council is equipping its Community Champions with the skills to make a difference to the lives of local people.
Computer experts have contributed to an international project that uses protein data, passages from the Bible and augmented reality to create unique musical and visual art works.
Edge Hill University has further strengthened its links with industry by sponsoring this year’s Extractive Industries Geology (EIG) conference.
Child protection in sport expert warns against intensive training for young athletes.
Edge Hill lecturer Bill Hopkinson meets New Zealand’s theatre community.
A talented student composer has won industry recognition for his original take on a promotional video soundtrack.
Edge Hill lecturer appointed to European Athletics’ highest officiating body.