Keep up with what's happening
21 November 2014
Lecture explores housing energy performance
David Johnston has hosted his professorial inaugural lecture as Professor of Building Performance Evaluation at Leeds Beckett University, where he discussed new-build housing energy performance.
20 November 2014
Mindfulness Meditation workshop launched at Leeds Beckett
A one-day introduction to mindfulness meditation will be held at Leeds Beckett University on Wednesday 28 January.
20 November 2014
Hospitality students to be mentored by Leeds hotel and venue professionals
Following a very successful pilot of the Leeds Hotels and Venues Association programme last year, 25 Leeds Beckett students within the School of Events, Tourism & Hospitality are set to be mentored by Leeds-based hotel and venue personnel this academic year.
Our upcoming events
'Lasting Business Transformation - Preparing for the World of 2025' - Sean Connolly
Sean will be looking at what the world will be like in 2025, a significant date in the region with the likely arrival of HS2 (High Speed 2). He will discuss the constraining factors that a business might face and examine how business can prepare effectively. This guest lecture is part of the Leeds Business School Guest Lecture Series sponsored by Yorkshire Bank.
'Using theatre to explore understandings of contemporary women's lives in Uganda' - Professor Jane Plaistow
The Uganda Women's Intergenerational Theatre Project.
Postgraduate Open Evening
Our open evenings are a great way to explore your options and talk informally with teaching staff, specialist advisors and current students.
'Identity, "Authenticity" and the Irish in England' - Dr Marc Scully
Dr Marc Scully is based at the University of Leicester and is a member of the Impact of Diasporas on the Making of Britain research programme.
Book Launch: "The Tenants' Movement"
Book Launch for "The Tenants' Movement: Resident involvement, community action and the contentious politics of housing" by Quintin Bradley.
Use of Force Investigations in Civil and Military Conflict
This one-day conference hosted by Leeds Law School will highlight legal, moral and practical problems facing State authorities (military or police) when planning the use of force or having used such force in conducting what could be considered an effective investigation in international conflict zones now and in the future.