War-time censorship provides lessons for media freedom today12 February 2016
The UK needs a more coherent system of managing information in matters of national security, and should balance security with maximum media freedom, says Leeds Beckett researcher Dr Henry Irving.Read more
Is love the answer to suffering? New book explores love’s link with therapy12 February 2016
Can love heal the wounds of our past? A new book edited by psychotherapists at Leeds Beckett University explores the complex idea of love, the impact of a lack of love on our lives and how therapists can provide a substitute, or even cure, for this absence.Read more
Renewable energy key to sustainable cities, new academic book argues10 February 2016
A new book tackling approaches to the design, construction and planning of our cities has been published by a Leeds Beckett University academic.Read more
Our upcoming events
NHS England Film Premiere
The Community Partnership Team are proud to be hosting a film premiere event in partnership with St Georges Crypt and the NHS.
'A Most Important Intangible Asset' - Professor Michael Brown
Professorial Inaugural Lecture of Michael Brown will take place on 17 February.
David Welbourn: "Narrative – Putting Both Strategy and Culture in the Shade!"
David will look at the leadership implications for a world characterised by VUCA – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. He will argue that these are no longer the preserves of exceptional circumstances, but are the consequences of the system dynamics of increasing interconnectivity, a permanently-on culture and accelerating cycle times.
Creative & Digital Careers Week
The Creative & Digital Careers Week is open to existing Leeds Beckett University students studying any course. Some events are also open to Leeds Beckett University graduates and members of the public.
Natalie Sykes: "Engaging Leaders and Nurturing Entrepreneurs"
Natalie is the Regional Director , Institute of Directors, Yorkshire and the North East who is working towards chartered Director status within the Institute of Directors. Natalie will be delivering a guest lecture at the Rose Bowl on February 23, entitled "Engaging Leaders and Nurturing Entrepreneurs"
Inside/Out: Jérémie Bennequin, Artist.
Inside/Out is a series of guest lectures organised by Professor Simon Morris from the School of Art, Architecture & Design. This event introduces artist Jérémie Bennequin who will be talking about Erased Proust Writing.