Tackling the Blues mental health programme for children and young people has been shortlisted for a North West Coast Research and Innovation Award.
Everton Women’s Courtney Brosnan and Hanna Bennison visited a Liverpool school to support Tackling the Blues this Mental Health Awareness Week.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted for two awards after joining forces with national employers to help boost career opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Tackling the Blues mental health programme for children and young people is highlighting the effects of loneliness this Mental Health Awareness Week.
Edge Hill University has announced this year’s incredible winner of the Dame Janet Suzman Playwriting Prize and is launching next year’s competition for budding writers and playwrights.
Edge Hill University’s Business School is celebrating boosting the skills of 500 female employees across Lancashire with their management and leadership skills programme.
A student at Edge Hill University has secured a placement with Cheshire Youth Justice Services as part of a drive to develop the next generation of youth justice workers.
Four Edge Hill University students have been given the opportunity to enhance their commercial skills and knowledge after securing placements working with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across the North West.
The Chief Constable of Merseyside Police, Serena Kennedy, will return to her hometown of Ormskirk next month to deliver a special lecture at Edge Hill University on the challenges of policing in the 21st Century.
Two Edge Hill students have won an excellence award from the professional body for the sport and physical activity sector.