A major study aims to improve understanding of the vulnerability of Thailand’s shoreline and coastal communities to storms, floods and coastal erosion under future climate change scenarios.
Professor Cherith Moses joins Edge Hill from Sussex University where she had previously held a number of positions including Head of Geography, Director of Teaching and Learning and Deputy Head of School in the School of Global Studies and University Director for International Recruitment and Development. She also established and was Director of the Centre for Coastal Research.
Newcastle student Lewis Winship is aiming to put his degree to good use in an ever-changing environment.
Following on from the success of Who are the New Boat People, Edge Hill’s Dr Tasleem Shakur is hosting another event on Monday 19th November to to demonstrate some of the lost voices of the Rohingya.
Edge Hill University is officially a world class institution for its Geography, Sociology and Politics courses.
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.
Academics from Edge Hill University are exploring extreme environments in the hope of discovering new species of microbes that will help conserve the salterns in Cabo Verde, and assist future developments in biotechnology.
An Edge Hill academic, together with a team of scientists from The Open University and University of Edinburgh, has developed a new technique to help predict when a volcano is most likely to erupt.
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.
Work on our two new campus developments is progressing well, creating new teaching space for the University’s Department of Computing in the brand new technology hub, and revamping the existing Geosciences building ready for the start of the academic year in September 2016.