Dee Caffari is the first woman to have single-handedly sailed non-stop around the world in both directions.
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Our chefs have pulled together their favourite recipes for you to make at home!
Professor Claire Surr's work evaluates the most effective approaches to dementia training and education for the health and social care workforce.
In this period of unprecedented interruption to our routines and education landscape there will be moments when we might choose to be more reflective than our normal busy schedules allow. Indeed, some of us may find ourselves telling others to reflect. How many student teachers whose school placements have been cut short are now completing reflective tasks as they await decisions about their QTS award? How many of us in leadership are saying to our teams, ‘let’s just reflect on that before we act ‘? But, what do we mean by reflection, and how might it be of value at this time?
Passionate about making PE classes more inclusive, Ruth Brazier’s research has played a part in helping to shape policy both locally and internationally. Below, Ruth outlines her recent PhD work, which has focused around improving access to PE in schools for girls from a range of ethnic backgrounds with Special Educational Needs and Disability.
A champion for women's development in business, Denise completed a postgraduate diploma at Leeds Beckett University in EU Law in 1980.
The COVID:19 (aka coronavirus) is hitting all aspects of human civilisation, including the global economy and international financial system.
Got a great idea for a game? Want support the support of our expert staff in developing it, a £5,000 grant and the chance to win a further £20,000 in development grants? You can with Leeds School of Arts, which has been selected as a West Yorkshire regional hub for Tranzfuser 2020.
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The first female vice-principal of Leeds Training College, Winifred Mercier introduced a host of new equality reforms.
‘We must act like [a] wartime government’ explained Boris Johnson in his second daily Covid-19 press conference.
The wartime analogy was woven throughout the Prime Minister’s address. Covid-19 was described as a deadly enemy, there was a direct parallel with the Second World War, and Johnson assured his listeners that ‘we have the resolve and the resources to win this fight’.
The Promise Project, funded by an EU bid led by Dr Mhairi Beaton at the Carnegie School of Education, aims to improve the classroom experience of selected pupil groups across Europe.
Hi I'm Libby, a distance learning student studying MSc Events Management. In this blog I'm going to talk about how my postgraduate course helped me change my career.
Inspired by overhearing students saying “I’m not a feminist, but…” senior lecturers Casey Orr, Jo Hassall and Liz Stirling joined forces to form feminist research group F=.
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As part of her role as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Sarah Whitehead works as Head of Athletic Performance and Development for Leeds Rhinos Netball. In a guest blog below, she outlines how she has worked to enhance athletic performance at the club.
The Employer Advancement Development Day is an annual event which brings final year Sport Marketing, Sport Business Management students and Masters students together with former alumni who are now leading the way in sport businesses from around the globe. There is also an emphasis on future employment with businesses providing interview tips, assessment day support and ‘live’ opportunities for our students to aspire to and apply for immediately.
Ten major architects of the twentieth century are looked at in video essays created by first year BA (Hons) Architecture students in the Leeds School of Architecture.
Throughout her career, alumna and honorary graduate Sharon Watson has been a fierce advocate for diversity in the arts, aiming for it to be seen, noticed and supported in all its aspects.
Social Care students Imaan and Insha, were rewarded with a visit to Fever FM for their improved performance on the 'Politics of Everyday Life' module.
The International Symposium on Advanced Materials Application is a prestigious international conference to promote current groundbreaking research findings in the field of materials science and engineering.
Carnegie School of Sport Academics speak at the Clean Sport at the Front Line forum today.
Last week Tulip Siddiq MP quoted Sir Michael Marmot’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) worker report in parliament, asking for the Education Secretary to push for increased funding in the budget to pay Early Years staff fairly.
EURO 2020, UEFA’s flagship international event is under threat due to #COVID19.
Childhood obesity remains one of the most serious challenges facing society in the 21st century, with significant health, social and economic consequences.
Dr Lauren Duckworth’s research into the dietary and nutritional needs of women is helping to shape the future of the fitness industry. In a guest blog below, she outlines her work and how sports nutrition is becoming more inclusive.
Dr Karen Horwood has been recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute’s The Planner publication as one of 2020s Women of Influence for her work on women and planning.
Joes Reeves, Media Communication Cultures student, shares his film reviews from Harrogate Film Festival, of which the University's Northern Film School is a key partner.
Chelsea Hallal, Media Communication Cultures student, shares her reviews of some of the films showcased at the Harrogate Film Festival, of which the university’s Northern Film School is a key partner.
Music Performance and Production student Alistair Lacey works on the new play ‘Oliver Twist’ at Leeds Playhouse featuring the use of integrated creative sign language, audio description and captioning.
Did you know that you can visit other university libraries closer to home? SCONUL Access is a reciprocal scheme that allows students to borrow from most higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland. For full-time undergraduate students this is for reference only.
Understanding the changing needs of the region’s economy to give our graduates the best chance of success drives Zoe McClelland’s approach to her role as Head of Subject for Business Strategy, Operations and Enterprise.
Hi I'm Caitlin and in this blog i'm going to share my tips for looking after your mental health at university.
Hey, I’m Leah and I’m a 22-year-old mature student in my second year at Leeds Beckett studying Event Management. This blog will highlight some of my amazing experiences at university despite being older.
Hi, I’m Clare and I am currently studying Counselling and Mental Health at Leeds Beckett and in this blog I will talk about my experience as a student and a parent.
I'm Hollie and I am here to share with you my own experience as well as some of my own tips and advice on dealing with an eating disorder at university when you’re already recovered.
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