UK’s biggest teacher conference welcomed by Leeds Beckett20 January 2017
Leeds Beckett University, the University of Leeds and the first direct arena, will welcome the UK’s biggest teacher training event in 2017 and 2018.Read more
Relationship with parents (in)directly serves as a doping deterrent for British student athletes, research finds19 January 2017
Parents are an integral influence and (in)direct doping deterrent for British student athletes, new research conducted at Leeds Beckett University suggests.Read more
Leeds Beckett named as a Stonewall top 100 employer for third successive year19 January 2017
Leeds Beckett University has been named in Stonewall’s list of the top 100 gay-friendly employers in the UK for the third year running.Read more
Our upcoming events
Carnegie Conversations: The Biggest Public Health Problem in the 21st Century
Steven is a Retired Professor from the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina and his lecture will explore the decline of physical activity over the last few decades and its impact on public health.
Carnegie Conversations: Rebuilding British Race Walking in Leeds
Carnegie School of Sport academic staff explore the story of the National Centre for Race Walking and how since April 2013 the focus of support has moved from individual athletes to coach development.
Carnegie Conversations: Changing Lives Through Sport
Leeds based agency, Brass, will discuss the work they did with Leeds Rhinos Foundation to increase sponsorship and awareness for the cause – and won in the ‘Not for Profit’ category at CIM Northern Awards 2016.
The Carnegie Adolescent Rugby Research (CARR) Conference: Applying Research into Practice
The aim of the 2nd annual CARR Conference is to share this cutting edge research to enhance the practical applications of this work with a range of practitioners including coaches, strength and conditioning staff and sport scientists working with youth athletes.
Leisure Studies Association (LSA) Conference
The internationally acclaimed annual Leisure Studies Association (LSA) Conference is aimed at academics, students, practitioners, policy makers and professionals who work broadly within leisure, sports, tourism and events.
Information for current students, staff, alumni and anyone interested in working at our University