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  • Secret Lives of Professors: the composer

    Secret Lives of Professors: the composer

    We speak with Gerry Smyth whose day job is Professor of Irish Cultural History at LJMU. His secret life: a composer keen to bring Irish poetry to new audiences.

  • What it's like to be a teacher

    What it's like to be a teacher

    Several months into her role as a primary school teacher, we catch up with Sarah Wright, who completed her teacher training with LJMU, to find out what her first year has been like.

  • Samira Ahmed on being a ‘difficult woman’

    Samira Ahmed on being a ‘difficult woman’

    On 28 March, LJMU presented the latest talk in the Athena Lecture Series with award-winning journalist Samira Ahmed delivering the keynote address: ‘My life as a difficult woman’

  • Ace business start-up for LJMU student

    Ace business start-up for LJMU student

    You wouldn’t think there would be time to start your own business while studying for a doctorate in sport and exercise psychology, but that’s exactly what Lydia Mountford has done.


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