Keep up with what's happening
30 January 2015
Study reveals bone density in professional rugby players low in proportion to their high muscle mass
Research published by health experts at Leeds Beckett University has revealed that relative to muscle mass, bone mineral density is up to 14% lower in elite male rugby players than the general population.
30 January 2015
Governance and Social Responsibility in Higher Education to be debated at Leeds Beckett
Sir Alan Langlands, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Leeds, is set to deliver a guest lecture at Leeds Beckett University.
29 January 2015
Leeds Beckett Health & Safety expert to speak at Kuwait conference
Leeds Beckett academic and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Immediate Past President, Tim Briggs, is set to talk about how training is used at a Kuwait health and safety conference.
Our upcoming events
National Sports Roadshow
An informative and interactive event for 16-18 year olds and university students.
'Leadership, Strategy and the European Governance Model' - Professor Dean Fathers
In what is an annual link-up between the Institute of Directors and Leeds Beckett University, this lecture will look to draw on the experiences of Dean Fathers who became Chair of Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust in January 2011.
Online Open Day
If you want to know more about our University then why not register for our online open day where you can ask any questions you'd like to find out about.
'Creating Safer Organisations: Practical implications of research about abuse in professional settings' - Marcus Erooga
Marcus Erooga will discuss the impact of recent high profile cases of abuse by people in a position of trust.
'The Yorkshire Way' - Dickie Bird OBE and Andy Gale
Dave Callaghan, Andy Gale and Dickie Bird, OBE discuss what difference an umpire can make.
PG Dip Youth Work and Community Development (JNC) Taster Sessions
Are you interested in learning more about current policy / practice issues impacting on young people, families and their communities? Do you want to meet other practitioners and engage in critical debate?