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.
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.
To mark this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, 10th-16th May, we’re placing a spotlight on the milestones and achievements marked by the Edge Hill community in the field of mental health.
An investment of almost quarter of a million pounds in Biosciences facilities at Edge Hill will put the University at forefront of biology and biomedical research.
Edge Hill University has signed the Care Leaver Covenant to pledge its support to students with experience of care.
Edge Hill University’s Vice-Chancellor has picked up the esteemed lifetime achievement accolade at this year’s Educate North Awards in recognition of his vision of education as a force for good.
Edge Hill has been crowned University of the Year in the Educate North Awards in recognition of its continued commitment to deliver an exceptional student experience.
Television and radio presenter Roman Kemp will pay a virtual visit to Edge Hill next month to give a first-hand account of his emotional BBC documentary Our Silent Emergency, which explores the mental health and suicide crisis gripping young men across the UK.
Key workers from Edge Hill University’s Facilities Management (FM) team have been shortlisted for three awards for their response to Covid-19 to support isolating students and struggling communities.