Category Archives: Trade publication
The athletes from Micronesia who trained at Edge Hill University for the 2012 Olympic Games, have been made honorary members of the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Club. Read more about this here.
Julie Davies, a Senior Lecturer at Edge Hill University, recently wrote a comment piece about the impact ‘community justice’ has had in Liverpool. Read more about her thoughts in The Justice Gap.
The Olympic athletes who are training at Edge Hill University, recently received cushions made by pupils from Ormskirk Church of England Primary and St. Anne’s Catholic Primary at a special presentation. Read all about it here.
Roger Shannon, the Professor of Film and Television at Edge Hill University has been part of a panel of judges who have been voting on the best film created in the ‘It’s Liverpool’ competition. Read more about the competition at … Continue reading
Professor of Film and Television at Edge Hill University, Roger Shannon, is one of the judges in the ‘It’s Liverpool’ film awards, a competition organised by Liverpool Vision. Read more about the competition on How-Do.
Historian James Renton suggests that this week’s application for UN membership by the Palestinians could provide the moral and legal backing required to achieve the reality of statehood, much as the Balfour Declaration of 1917 laid the ground for the … Continue reading
Edge Hill University has linked up with Japan to share best practice in technology which will result in better employability opportunities for students. The University has been awarded a grant from the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation – a charity that supports … Continue reading
Should hospital nebuliser masks be single-use items? Carol Kelly, senior lecturer at Edge Hill University, gives her expert opinion in this week’s Nursing Times on the topic. Read more here.
Universities have borne the brunt of cuts in the number of places for training secondary school teachers, with some having their allocations cut by hundreds. Edge Hill University received the biggest increase in primary teacher-training allocations (an extra 157 places) … Continue reading