April is Stress Awareness Month and Edge Hill University is using it as an opportunity to highlight all the support available to students and staff to help them not only during the Covid-19 pandemic but in everyday life.
Students are being encouraged to submit a short film about their experiences of social distancing for a new project.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted in four categories in this year’s WhatUni Student Choice Awards, including the coveted University of the Year title.
Edge Hill has continued to champion women’s rights with a variety of events to mark International Women’s Day throughout March.
Staff and students were inspired by founders of a charity for bereaved men when they shared their powerful stories of overcoming heart-breaking loss.
It was a testing day for many of Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS season nears its conclusion – but the men’s firsts badminton squad continued their march for double glory unabated.
With unprecedented scientific consensus, the climate crisis discussion is reaching fever pitch. But how do we address this existential challenge? Professor Geoff Beattie and colleague Dr Laura McGuire recently published The Psychology of Climate Change (Routledge, 2018), where they take inspiration on human behaviour change from some unlikely sources.
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Bestselling author Rachel Joyce has urged Edge Hill University students to be brave and “step out” while speaking at a special event on campus.
Working mum Tamsin James has attracted interest from a publisher within hours of winning the MA Prize at this year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize award ceremony.
The hotly anticipated winner of the prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize has been announced as David Szalay.