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Chloe Thomas and Kara McDougall talk about their experiences as women in the engineering sector.
Rebecca Gee, LJMU's Student Engagement Manager, gives her advice on how to look after your mental wellbeing while at uni.
We talk to Abbie Romano to find out why she chose to study engineering and her views on how women are perceived in the sector.
We find out why computer technology student, Jessica Buckley, chose to study the subject and her views on how women are perceived in the sector.
We talk to some LJMU alumnae and students who chose to pursue engineering as a career. The first in our series features Louisa King, one of The Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering.
LJMU students and staff will help inspire, motivate and celebrate women at International Women's Day Festival.
Joe Moran, author and Professor of English and Cultural History at LJMU, shares his unique perspective of the festive celebration.
We talk to sport coaching expert Tabo Huntley about a project that aims to address the issues surrounding the development of disability sports coaches and their efforts in supporting the sporting experiences for disabled people.
Rachel Stalker, senior lecturer in law and founder of the Legal Advice Centre, talks about the challenging landscape that led her to set up the Centre and how it benefits both students and the community.
Sedentary behaviour expert, Sophie Carter, explains why binge watching TV is detrimental to your health.