Edge Hill University’s annual Athena SWAN lecture, which promotes gender equality in careers of women, will take place on campus later this month.
Edge Hill University has achieved Gold, the highest rating in the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), for delivering ‘consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students’.
An Edge Hill Senior Lecturer has been acknowledged for going ‘Above and Beyond’ in the annual Student-Led Teaching Awards.
A rare glimpse of a threatened species of orchid is possible later this month when Edge Hill University welcomes visitors as part of the National Garden Scheme. On Saturday and Sunday (24th/25th June) visitors to the 160 acre garden campus will be able to see the unique Dune Helleborine (Epipactis dunensis) amongst woodland, […]
An Edge Hill lecturer has directed a film written by Liverpool’s Frank Cottrell-Boyce, which was shown as the finale of the city’s ‘Sgt Pepper at 50’ celebrations on Friday 16 June. The world premiere of A Day in the Life (24 Zero Hours) was screened to a sold out audience at Woolton Picture House, and media lecturer […]
Dr Howard Davis, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice, discusses the need for a public inquiry into the Grenfell Fire, in his recent post for the Edge Hill Comment Blog.
An Edge Hill University academic and composer has created a sound installation for people with dementia.
The hotly anticipated shortlist for this year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize has been announced today (Tuesday 13 June).
Arthur Heyes, HR Manager at Edge Hill University, was walking along the beach in Scotland when he found a football that had travelled hundreds of miles across the ocean.
Victims of sexual abuse and exploitation in sport are being given a voice thanks to a unique project created and co-led by Edge Hill University.