Monthly Archives: January 2011
An American student who hated poetry until she studied overseas for a year at Edge Hill University is now reading her slam poem at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Read how her time at the University changed … Continue reading
Students at a Rossendale school are among the first in the country to take part in a ground-breaking new programme designed to give them a taste of the teaching profession in partnership with Edge Hill University. The Future Teachers Programme … Continue reading
Edge Hill University has chosen Azorus for its CRM solution. Despite growing concern surrounding budget cuts and proposed increases to tuition fees, Edge Hill University has established itself as an innovative higher education leader by choosing to adopt a customer … Continue reading
Five matches from BUCS Super 8 competition will be televised live and free-view on Premier Sports TV, Sky channel 433, on Wednesday evenings from January 26. The BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Super 8 competition features the finest student … Continue reading
The Royal Television Society celebrated the future of North West broadcasting talent at a ceremony in the Cornerhouse last night, hosted by Andy Crane. Edge Hill University production team of Jim Martin, Anna Ormsby and Dan Evans are featured in … Continue reading
Five aspiring actors from West Cheshire College have been chosen to appear in a horror film produced by TV and film production students at Edge Hill University. So how were they picked? Find out in the Chester Chronicle.
A researcher has been invited to take part in a pioneering “virtual faculty” to help the terminally ill in Africa. Read in the Times Higher Education how Barbara Jack, head of research and scholarship and director of the Evidence-based Practice … Continue reading
He was a man who dedicated his life to education. Brian Greaves, who has died aged 76, was a product of the merit-based, free educational system without which many of our generation could not have gone to university. Read in The … Continue reading
Stand-up comedy comes to the Rose Theatre in Ormskirk on a regular basis this spring, with the first night on January 25. Read more about it in the Liverpool Echo.
In global first for England, personality tests will be used to weed out ‘unsuitable’ teaching applicants. The tests for prospective teachers were successfully piloted at Edge Hill University and London University’s Institute of Education (IoE) last year. Read more about … Continue reading