Dr Howard Davis, Senior Lecturer in Criminology worked as a social worker for Liverpool City Council’s Hillsborough Team between 1989 and 1993. Here he reflects on his experiences and how the Hillsborough disaster relates to his current research
Following the conclusion of the Hillsborough verdicts, Professor Phil Scraton of the Hillsborough Independent Panel has explained his involvement in the long road to justice.
In the first of its kind, recent research by Edge Hill University’s Department of Psychology explored the effects negative gender stereotypes have on female gamers’ abilities to perform during gaming task.
Paresh Wankhade, Professor of Leadership and Management at Edge Hill University’s Business School, has been recently appointed as the lead to the Senior Advisory Board of The Larrey Society.
Joining some of the leading names in science and psychology, Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Researchers from Edge Hill University have discovered that emoticons are potentially just as important as smiling and our tone of voice in influencing people’s opinions of us
Banning the advertising of junk food from children’s online content in the UK and the Government’s proposed sugar tax on soft drinks isn’t enough to combat the obesity epidemic, claims an Edge Hill academic.
The smell of alcohol may make it harder for people to control their behaviour according to a team of Edge Hill University researchers
Dr Simon Ridley, Director of Research at the charity Alzheimer’s Research, visited Edge Hill to deliver a public lecture titled Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias as part of the Festival of Ideas 2016 series, exploring culture, health and society.
Organisers of the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, who are marking the tenth anniversary of the award this year, have revealed an exciting and eclectic longlist for 2016.