600 children aged four to 11 were withdrawn from the city’s Parkfield Community School this month over the No Outsiders programme in a series of weekly demonstrations by parents.
Conducting doctoral research at our School and the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH) is an exciting endeavour that takes you places.
Leeds Beckett University First Year Architecture students were treated to a tour along the River Aire in Leeds City Centre on 12 March 2019.
As part of the Delivering Successful Hospitality Operations module, and to celebrate English Tourism Week students in the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management designed and delivered a Yorkshire themed dessert using local produce.
Professor Jennie Germann Molz from the College of the Holy Cross in the USA is currently visiting our School and the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH). During her visit Jennie met with some of our PhD students and discussed about their research projects and interests.
Dr Divine Charura will be presenting a talk at Leeds International Festival.
The castle on the hill. The fog on the moor. A baying hound howling at the moon. A vampire takes flight. And an evil scientist creates a Man-Made Monster...
Dance academic and choreographer Beth Cassani (Leeds Beckett University) has collaborated with Joseph Mercier (NSCD and Panic Lab) to make a new full-length touring show. The Faun Project premiered at the SLAP Festival of Contemporary Performance at York Theatre Royal at the end of February.
Leeds School of Architecture students and senior lecturer have been discussing the work of postgraduate design studio CITYzen D and Project Office with students and staff at the architecture department of Tyler School of Art, Temple University, USA.
Reader Kate Dashper discusses gender issues in the events, tourism and hospitality industry and gives us her take on what it means for women moving forward.
“A Mentor is Someone Who Helps You to Wake-up and Smell the Coffee”
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.
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The stereotypical perception of ‘The PE Teacher’ suggests a physically fit, athletic, able-bodied, muscular, attractive, and perhaps, graceful person.
Leeds band release new album part-recorded at Leeds Beckett studios with Lecturer Michael Ward.
Second year Architecture students visit Veolia’s Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility
Support staff at the Northern Film School recently returned from New York City with seven awards for their horror feature film Book of Monsters.
BA (Hons) Entertainment Management graduate awarded a Leisure Studies Association (LSA) ‘Nikki Ventris Dissertation of the Year’ award
Jennah, who is currently studying for an MA in Popular Culture and Music at Leeds Beckett, was nominated by her tutor Brett Lashua to the LSA, for her outstanding dissertation entitled ‘A Critical Analysis of Gender and Alternative Rock: How Female Musicians in Leeds Experience and Resist Discrimination’.
Did you know that Leeds Beckett students and staff can use other university libraries via the SCONUL Access scheme?
What an incredible evening at the RTS Yorkshire Student Awards which was held at Leeds College of Music. The Northern Film School won two out of the five main categories including the coveted Best Drama Award and also Best Short Form. Our third prize of the evening was awarded to Tobias Gavelle, one of our talented screenwriting alumni who is also a formidable sound designer who won an individual craft award for Best Sound Design for Animation.
To mark International Women’s Day 2019, students, academic staff and librarians have joined together in an event ‘CITE WOMEN!’
REDR Trustee, Professor Parneet Paul from the School of Built Environment and Engineering attended a REDR Patrons Drinks Reception and Evening Event held on Thursday 28th February and hosted by AXA XL.
To mark International Women's Day on Friday 8 March, Keith Rowntree explores the life of a long forgotten member of staff at the City of Leeds Training College.
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As debates regarding transgender athletes continue apace this week it is clear that multiple gender inequalities in sport persist.
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Hi I'm Chelsea and in this article I will discuss my first week as a solo traveller in the sunny, Spanish influenced city; San Diego.
Learning about enterprise and entrepreneurship while at university introduces students to alternative perspectives on career options.
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Hi there! My name is Dorothy Edgar and I’m here to tell you everything you need to know about the societies at Leeds Beckett.
We all know we need to recruit people on a skills basis and provide the diversity of thought and appropriate challenge to help sporting organisations innovate and stay ahead of the pack.
The Library and the Students’ Union Advice Service are once again offering support and information to ensure you “Write Right” - develop good academic practice and maintain your academic integrity as you prepare for dissertations and final assignments.
Hospitality Business Management Graduate, Julia, tells us about her journey to CEO of Utter Waffle.
On Wednesday 27th February the first research day for ICRETH doctoral students took place.
In 2017, the year I became the first black female Non-Executive Director of Football in the 138 years in County Football didn’t come by accident. Last year, I was described by Moya Dodd (former FIFA council member) as a “strong, articulate role model and pioneer in Diversity and Inclusion in football”.
This is the future, I thought, as I said my goodbyes to Chris Ramsey and Manisha Tailor at the Kick It Out 25th Anniversary dinner last week.