The longlist for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, the only one of its kind in the UK, has been announced – and it’s an all-female line-up for the first time.
A children’s rights expert from Edge Hill University has submitted evidence to the Government’s education committee.
Minority groups have been the focus of an Edge Hill leadership skills course during lockdown to encourage more women, the BAME community and people with disabilities into senior positions.
To mark International Women in Engineering Day we are recognising the contribution our honorary doctor Sue Ion makes to the profession.
A talented Creative Writing student described by judges as an “exciting writer” has been commended in a national poetry competition.
“We welcome Edge Hill Students’ Union announcement that the President-elect Sam Farrell will not be taking up the position of President on 1st July 2020.
Carers are being invited to join a special group set up to train care professionals of the future at Edge Hill University.
The murder of George Floyd in the USA, and subsequent global protests, have been a devastating reminder of the extent to which racism continues to blight the lives of individuals and communities across the world.
The Edge Hill community has been shocked by the killing of George Floyd and the events that followed. Along with the rest of the world we recognise the depth of racial inequality that it shows and support the plea for a positive response through the Black Lives Matter protests.
Academics at Edge Hill University are highlighting the effect of Covid-19 on the natural rather than human world to mark World Environment Day.