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  • Honorary Fellow Neena Gill CBE

    Honorary Fellow Neena Gill CBE

    Liverpool John Moores University awards Honorary Fellowship to Neena Gill CBE at Liverpool Cathedral on Friday 13 July 2018.

    13/07/18
  • Honorary Fellow Natalie Gross

    Honorary Fellow Natalie Gross

    Liverpool John Moores University awards Honorary Fellowship to Natalie Gross at Liverpool Cathedral on Friday 13 July 2018.

    13/07/18
  • Graduation review Friday 13 July

    Graduation review Friday 13 July

    Students from the Liverpool School of Art and Design and the Liverpool Screen School celebrated their success in the morning ceremonies, while the School of Humanities and Social Science and the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies were recognised in the afternoon procession.

    13/07/18
  • Honorary Fellow Daniel Libeskind

    Honorary Fellow Daniel Libeskind

    Liverpool John Moores University awards Honorary Fellowship to Daniel Libeskind at Liverpool Cathedral on Thursday 12 July 2018.

    12/07/18

Features

  • Is chocolate good for you?

    Is chocolate good for you?

    There’s been so much talk about the health benefits of eating chocolate that we wanted to find out the truth behind all the headlines. We speak to sport science PhD student, Daniel Sadler to get his perspective.

  • 6 sure signs that you’ve definitely graduated

    6 sure signs that you’ve definitely graduated

    You've finally made it to the big day but you're in a state of semi-disbelief. How can you be sure it's really happening? Not to worry, we list some of the unmissable signs that you've made it to graduation.

  • 7 ways Liverpool was key to improvements in health care

    7 ways Liverpool was key to improvements in health care

    As the NHS turns 70, we look at how and why Liverpool was a catalyst for change when it came to public health and how it continues to make a difference in health care today.

  • LJMU lecturer prepares to welcome Syrian refugee family

    LJMU lecturer prepares to welcome Syrian refugee family

    We talk to Angela Bowdery, senior lecturer on the Accounting and Finance programme, about her role in helping a Syrian family put down roots in her local community.


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