This year, Edge Hill University celebrates the 10th anniversary of its public relations degree.
Broadcaster, writer and presenter Clare Balding will give the 2015 Chancellor’s Lecture at Edge Hill University on 13 November.
Professor Arvinder (Vini) Kaur Lander examines multiculturalism and the lives of children, young people and teachers.
Multi-award winning writer Jimmy McGovern, film director David Blair and television and film producer Colin McKeown have given advice to students and alumni seeking a career in the media.
Is there a reason why teenagers take more risks, and are more influenced by their peers, than adults? Is the adolescent brain different to that of an adult? Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, a Royal Society University Research Fellow and Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, answered these questions and more at this year’s Chancellor’s Lecture The Teenage Brain.
The value of singing for health and wellbeing will be investigated at a lecture at Edge Hill University on Tuesday 8 July.
Universities Minister David Willetts spoke at Edge Hill University about the challenges and opportunities of MOOCS. His presentation can be viewed here.
An Edge Hill academic will be talking about a politically engaged film maker at a seminar at the Glasgow School of Art.
Edge Hill University is hosting a public symposium to debate issues raised by Channel 4’s controversial reality show Benefits Street and suggest alternative ways of portraying Britain’s poorest communities in the media.
Dr Ben Gidley, Senior Researcher at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Research (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford will speak at a lecture called “Is Britain Full Up, Immigration Shock in the Twenty First Century” at the University at 2pm on Thursday 6 March.