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When it comes to female participation in sport, we've come a long way. But the playing field is by no means level yet...
The determination from all areas of the university to carry on learning has remained steadfast, despite some recent setbacks...
Sport and Exercise Science graduate Niamh Charles tells us about the road to becoming a professional footballer and fulfilling...
Graeme Close hosts a series of videos discussing topics that can help us cope with the current lockdown.
Zoe spoke to us about wanting to get more girls interested in STEM subjects and why International Women’s Day is important...
LJMU lecturer Tori Sprung mentors for The Girls’ Network, an organisation that aims to empower girls from disadvantaged communities.
Brett Duffy, Science and Football student received a Student Volunteer Award for his contribution to the LFC Foundation.
Computer Science lecturer Fawaz is used to thinking fast on his feet. Turns out he’s also pretty used to running fast on...
Dimitrios Christou chose to study Sport Development at LJMU based on the idea that sport has the power to make a positive...
As the Women’s World Cup gets underway in France, one of England’s brightest talents is a familiar face here at LJMU.