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Leeds Beckett commits to supporting students estranged from their families

Leeds Beckett commits to supporting students estranged from their families

Students who are estranged from their families will receive extra support as part of a pledge signed by Leeds Beckett University.

World-leading researcher on tourism in areas of conflict to take up professorial appointment

World-leading researcher on tourism in areas of conflict to take up professorial appointment

Leeds Beckett University has appointed Dorina Buda as Professor of Tourism Management in the School of Events, Tourism, Hospitality and Languages.

Obese people have lower pain threshold, new research shows

Obese people have lower pain threshold, new research shows

An extra layer of fat won’t provide a cushion against pain – in fact, obese people are more sensitive to pressure pain than those who are not overweight, and they are equally susceptible to extremes of hot and cold.

Event to tackle fragile masculinity

Event to tackle fragile masculinity

Leeds Beckett’s Professor of Psychology, Brendan Gough will take part in a discussion which will explore ‘fragile masculinity’ and ask the question ‘what’s so scary about feminine qualities in a male body?’.

Project to boost campus safety and Zero Tolerance culture

Project to boost campus safety and Zero Tolerance culture

Leeds Beckett has won a share of £2.45 million awarded to UK universities and colleges to strengthen safeguarding against sexual violence and harassment on campus.

Leeds Beckett students team up with Fuel for School to bring healthy food into the classroom

Leeds Beckett students team up with Fuel for School to bring healthy food into the classroom

Education students at Leeds Beckett are helping primary schools across West Yorkshire to teach children about healthy diets and avoiding food waste as part of an initiative by the Real Junk Food Project.

Neighbourhood Plans will shape the future

Neighbourhood Plans will shape the future

Using neighbourhood plans gives local people the power to create a locally distinctive vision for their community and is the future of planning, according to a new book jointly written by a senior lecturer at Leeds Beckett University.

Top ranking for Leeds Beckett in Student Barometer

Top ranking for Leeds Beckett in Student Barometer

Students from Leeds Beckett University have ranked services at the University highly in a global survey of university students.

Free short courses to improve mental health in Leeds

Free short courses to improve mental health in Leeds

Leeds Beckett University students have helped to deliver an eight-week course in popular electronic music to improve mental health in Leeds.

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