Keep up with what's happening
30 October 2014
Professor to explore cost of match fixing in sport
Simon Gardiner is set to host his inaugural lecture as Professor of International Sports Law at Leeds Beckett University, where he will examine financial corruption in sport and argue for a more integrated approach to tackle the issues presented by match fixing.
16 October 2014
Lecture to explore housing energy performance
David Johnston is set to host his professorial inaugural lecture as Professor of Building Performance Evaluation at Leeds Beckett University, where he will discuss new-build housing energy performance.
16 October 2014
Health leaders gather at Leeds Beckett for public debate
The future of the NHS workforce will be on the agenda at a free public event held at Leeds Beckett University on Wednesday 22 October as Professor Nicki Latham and a panel of senior health sector leaders host a lecture and panel discussion.
Our upcoming events
One-day Symposium on the Leeds West Indian Carnival
A day of insight, discussion, involvement and entertainment to celebrate Black History Month and the Leeds West Indian Carnival.
Online Open Day
Online Open Days are a great alternative if you are unable to attend an Open Day or Open Evening. They are a virtual experience that allows you to log on from the comfort of your home, school or place of work and ask us any questions you may have about your course or life here at Leeds Beckett.
'The Iron Curtain Kid – Growing up on the wrong side of the Berlin Wall' - Oliver Fritz
Oliver Fritz talks about his experiences of growing up in East Berlin before a screening of the Oscar winning film "The Lives of Others".
'A New Era in Communication; The Science of Engagement' - Colin Byrne
Colin will talk about the Science of Engagement, a ground-breaking initiative created by Weber Shandwick. Born out of a need to better understand the marketing Holy Grail of engagement and to help understand what it is that drives human engagement. This guest lecture is part of the Leeds Business School Guest Lecture Series sponsored by Yorkshire Bank.
'Control Signal' - A duet by Karen Christopher and Sophie Grodin
'Control Signal' explores invisible influences and the inexplicable connections we feel but fail to acknowledge.
'Bridging the Building Fabric Performance Gap' - Professorial Inaugural Lecture by Professor David Johnston
This lecture will see Professor Johnston examine the concept of the building fabric 'performance gap' and propose that it is possible to bridge this gap when constructing new homes in the UK.