An interdisciplinary conference at Edge Hill University is exploring the use and abuse of substances in the Long 19th Century period – from opiates to beef tea.
A coastal scientist from Edge Hill University has taken a look beyond the glass ceiling in a revealing study of gender equality in coastal research.
Two academics from Edge Hill University have been awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowships in recognition of their outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession.
Against a background of high profile cases of child abuse in sport in the media, Edge Hill University is playing a major role in a new event to raise awareness and share research about exploitation in sport.
Sporting organisations need to do more to understand and prevent gender-based violence, according to Edge Hill University senior lecturer Dr Melanie Lang in an interview with BBC Sport Online.
A professor from Edge Hill’s Department of Law and Criminology has jointly edited a new collection of works examining contemporary issues in EU sports law and policy.
Initial responses to the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) position Edge Hill University in the top 10 for employability and retention as well as in the top 25% for assessment.
The person who became the driving force in the campaign for justice for the victims and survivors of the Hillsborough Disaster and its aftermath has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy by Edge Hill University.
Local authorities need to be given more powers to grant planning permission, prevent land banking and encourage landlords to fill empty shops, according to a review published today, following research into the state of Britain’s high streets.
An Edge Hill University academic has written a monograph about American screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer, and composer Joss Whedon.