This week in comms: to 30 November 2018

This week we’ve been working on more stories about our Scholarship winners which you can read here all in one place:

Scholarships 2018

We flagged up a valuable new professional accreditation for the Television Production Management degree…

Edge Hill partners with The Production Guild to help graduates move into film and TV production careers

…and celebrated a brace of awards:

Flagship mental health programme shortlisted for national award

Top award for department boosting gender equality

The Faculty of Education’s work with Tate Liverpool came to the fore in a story about the Ideas Depot, a display at the gallery that  draws on joint research work:

Schools to take over Tate Liverpool

The Ideas Depot display is on now, as is the stunning Op Art exhibition sponsored by EHU. Both are free but remember, Edge Hill staff and students, armed with a UniCard can get free admission to the paid-for shows including Fernand Léger.

Over on social media as well as amplifying news stories and pushing our course videos and other content, some of the in-the-moment activity of the week appeared such as the visit by out Honorary Doctor Heidi Thomas, writer of Call the Midwife

In the external (aka ‘earned’) media, great to see:


a BBC article quoting Professor Geoff Beattie:

a substantial piece co-authored by Professor Vicky Duckworth in the TES

and assorted sport-related pieces and alumni human-interest stories.

And finally – this week’s student sport:

EHU Sports Round-Up


More next week when we’ll have Graduation stories, yet more Scholars and some of our work with businesses.

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