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St George's Hall was packed out for the latest Roscoe Lecture presented by renowned comedian John Bishop.07/12/18
This is the fourth consecutive year that LJMU has enjoyed 100 days of stepping and wellbeing - with 78 teams taking part between 23 May and 30 August 2018.05/12/18
It was standing room only at LJMU's BAME Staff Network launch held at Sensor City earlier this month. The session, which was chaired by Professor Ahmed Al-Shamma’a, featured a range of enlightening and informative keynote talks.04/12/18
LJMU researchers are to help regenerate post-industrial sites of China after successfully bidding for £250,000 funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.28/11/18
Two nursing students at LJMU volunteered their time to teach schoolchildren how to perform CPR as a part of an initiative to encourage people to learn the lifesaving technique.
We talk to sport coaching expert Tabo Huntley about a new project that aims to address the issues surrounding the development of disability sports coaches and their efforts in supporting the sporting experiences for the 80 million disabled people across the EU.
While there is a lot of policy focus on young full-time undergraduates from disadvantaged backgrounds right now, reasons for promoting wider access remain varied; a desire for social justice or a desire to meet the needs of employers and the UK economy for skilled graduates, for example.
Two engineering students were given a behind-the-scenes tour of the Queensway Tunnel to discover the innovative feats of engineering and construction that went into creating the infrastructure.
Two Sport Psychology students share their experiences of their field trip to Manchester United training ground and the English Institute of Sport.07/12/18
Physical Education student, Ben Short, talks about his experiences attending a PE research day.06/12/18
It's an adorable and inspirational video, but it highlights a serious issue, explains Dr Margarita Mulero Pazmany21/11/18
Jim Acosta was accused of inappropriate behaviour towards a member of staff trying to remove a microphone from him leading to accusations of ‘fake news’, not by the President on this occasion - but against him.19/11/18