Tech bosses give women unique insight into industry

A group of women listening to an industry-led talk at Edge Hill University as part of the TechUP programme residential weekend

As part of the TechUP programme, the women – who are either currently in technology-related roles or aspire to be – were welcomed to the Ormskirk campus by Pro Vice-Chancellor Lynda Brady for a weekend full of networking and industry-led inputs.

Students told to ‘Be Bold’!

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Department of Computer Science teamed up with community tech network, Liverpool Girl Geeks, for an exciting event to encourage female students to #BeBoldForChange.

Kick-starting careers in Computing

Employers and students had the opportunity to meet and discuss employment opportunities in the digital technology industry at the annual Computing Careers Fair.

STEM days spell success for students

School pupils with some of their creations

Hundreds of Edge Hill University’s student teachers have gained vital knowledge and inspired some of tomorrow’s engineers and scientists by hosting STEM days for schools across all age groups. The student teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects hosted the special days for participant pupils from nursery (Key Stage 1) through to sixth […]