Edge Hill Geography lecturer Dr Tasleem Shakur begins a month-long fast today, 24 October, to raise awareness of the current Rohingya refugee crisis in Burma and Bangladesh.
Edge Hill University is continuing to develop its state-of-the-art campus with the transformation of the Geosciences building, completed in time for the start of the academic year.
Artist’s impressions have revealed what the revamped Geosciences building will look like following its current extension work.
A poster competition highlighting the work of Edge Hill’s Early Career Research staff took place as part of a conference at the University.
Edge Hill University’s research into Geography and Environmental Studies has been identified as internationally excellent or internationally recognised in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.
Ormskirk now has its very own weather station, set up by the University’s Geography department.
Edge Hill University has performed strongly in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, with all subject areas featuring ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’ research.
Six of this year’s Geography graduates have made the most of their time at Edge Hill by participating in valuable volunteer schemes with West Lancashire Ranger Service.
Edge Hill University has further strengthened its links with industry by sponsoring this year’s Extractive Industries Geology (EIG) conference.
A lecturer and a group of students from Edge Hill University are giving up food and water in an effort to raise money for the Philippines disaster.