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Music students’ album out now

Music students’ album out now

A new album by folk-rock singer Tom Williams, performed, arranged and recorded by music students at Leeds Beckett University, has now been released.

Waist-to-height ratio more accurate than BMI in identifying obesity, new study shows

Waist-to-height ratio more accurate than BMI in identifying obesity, new study shows

Calculating a person’s waist-to-height ratio is the most accurate and efficient way of identifying whether or not they are at risk of obesity in clinical practice, a new study by Leeds Beckett University shows.

Statement from the Vice Chancellor regarding the death of Courtney Boyle

Courtney Boyle, one of our first year students reading Criminology and Psychology, was killed during the terrorist atrocity in Manchester.

New ways of fighting cybercrime developed by Leeds Beckett and West Yorkshire Police

New ways of fighting cybercrime developed by Leeds Beckett and West Yorkshire Police

New ways of fighting cybercrime and supporting digital investigations have been developed by Leeds Beckett University in collaboration with West Yorkshire Police.

Academic seeks help from Leeds’s music community for new project

Academic seeks help from Leeds’s music community for new project

An academic has launched a new project to make music in Leeds better than ever and is seeking the help of the city’s people.

Event to showcase global inequalities research

Event to showcase global inequalities research

An annual event to share and discuss new research relating to global inequalities will be held at Leeds Beckett University this month.

Shirley Tate - Professor in Race and Education

Shirley Tate - Professor in Race and Education

Shirley is a cultural sociologist and researcher in the areas of institutional racism and black identity. She took up the Professorship here at Leeds Beckett, following her previous role as Assistant Professor in Race and Culture at the University of Leeds.

Incident at Manchester Arena

Incident at Manchester Arena

The thoughts of the university community are with all those affected by yesterday's events in Manchester. In particular, we are hoping for the safe return of Courtney Boyle. Our thoughts are with her family. We urge any of our students affected to contact our student services for assistance.

Business in post-Brexit Britain up for debate at guest lecture

Business in post-Brexit Britain up for debate at guest lecture

Business in post-Brexit Britain will be debated when Sebastian James, the CEO of Dixons Carphone, gives a guest lecture at Leeds Beckett University.

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