How much inner security do you have? Take a short questionnaire to help shape new research
A Leeds Beckett University Psychology academic is inviting volunteers to take part in his new research project by filling out a short questionnaire about their ‘inner security’.
Academics share research findings with elite athletes in Monaco
Two academics from Leeds Beckett University were rubbing shoulders with the elite from the athletics world recently when they headed to Monaco to take part in the International Association of Athletics Federations’ Athletics Awards.
Mothers shouldering the blame for obesity crisis
Individuals, and women in particular, are being blamed for the obesity crisis in the United Kingdom; according to research carried out by Leeds Beckett University.
Public Lectures and Events
Bringing Local Wisdom into a University Grammar Classroom through Integrated Story-based Grammar Learning (ISGL) Model
Visiting Scholar Wisma Yunita will discuss the use of Indonesian folk tales in a grammar classroom and share an example lesson which uses integrated story-based grammar learning model.
PsyCen Seminar- Pre-registration and Registered Reports: Should I do this, and how?
Speaker- Dr Hannah Hobson, Lecturer in Psychology, Department of Psychology, Social Work and Counselling, University of Greenwich
50 Years of Leeds West Indian Carnival book launch
Join the Centre for Culture and the Arts for the launch of this book which uses a combination of photos and text to map Leeds' 50 year Carnival journey and helps to illuminate the full story of Caribbean-led creativity and multicultural hospitality. Introduced by Arthur France and Emily Zobel Marshall, short talks will be given by co-authors Guy Farrar, Tim Smith and Max Farrar.
Gender Research Conference 2018
The conference is an opportunity for staff to share and celebrate their research, network with colleagues, and to showcase Leeds Beckett’s gender research.
They Would Have Been Hung
Join Professor Nick Hardwick as he explores the legal and moral issues surrounding the treatment of those who have committed the most heinous offences – offences for which in the past they might have been hung.