Professor Geoff Beattie appeared on BBC Breakfast on the 3rd December to talk about the psychology of hugging with Dan Walker and Naga Munchetty.
Professor Geoffrey Beattie and Dr Laura McGuire from Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education were selected to be contributing authors of the United Nations International Commission on Education for Sustainable-Development-Practice Report.
The first review of Professor Geoff Beattie’s new novel ‘The Body’s Little Secrets’ from Marcel Danesi, Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto, and one of the world’s leading semioticians.
Year 12 and 1st Year college students have this week experienced life on campus during the course of a four-day, three night summer residential visit.
Professor Philip Murphy has published a new book: The Routledge International Handbook of Psychobiology. The main objective of this edited volume was to bring together cutting edge reviews from international experts on this topic. In the cover notes Prof Kate Bullen (Head of School, Applied Social Science, University of Brighton) states “In The Routledge International […]
Congratulations to our very own Dr Joyce Humphries who this year won the Student-Led Personal Tutor of the Year Award. Her long-standing committent to her students welfare and personal development was recognised in this years staff awards ceremony organised by the Edge Hill University Student Union. In addition, both Dr Damien Litchfield and Dr Helen […]
Professor Geoff Beattie is on the panel at The Craft Summit at the Sheffield Doc/fest on Saturday 9 June in Sheffield Town Hall on the subject of ‘Documentary Subjects – How Close Do You Go?’ Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world-leading (and the UK’s premier) documentary festival, with over 30,000 Festival-goers each year, including over 3,500 […]
Professor Geoff Beattie has been invited to give a talk at the British Academy Summer Showcase on the evening of the 21st June. The aim of the event is to allow the British Academy ‘to present the best new Humanities and Social Sciences research to a wide public audience.’ The Academy’s annual Summer Soirée on the […]
Throughout her time at Edge Hill, Jade made the most of her experience by taking advantage of the opportunities provided to her.
After overcoming her own mental health issues while studying, Lauren achieved a First Class Honours degree and came second in the Dragons Den initiative presentation.