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Most haunted places on campus...18 October 2017
Did you know that Headingley Campus’s historic buildings are packed to the rafters with spooky spirits? From a ghostly butler and a haunted bell in The Grange, to the whispering spirits of Bronte and Macaulay and the ghostly soldiers of the James Graham, there are endless stories from staff and students about their eerie experiences. In the spirit of Halloween, we met with our campus ghost expert, Ian Crossland, to find out more about the spooky side of Leeds Beckett… read on if you dare!
Active in Mind: National mental and physical health initiative launched in schools18 October 2017
A new national initiative led by youth sport charity the Youth Sport Trust to improve the physical, social and mental wellbeing of secondary school children will be piloted in 25 schools across the country and evaluated by academics at Leeds Beckett University.
Funding success opens laboratory doors for sixth-formers17 October 2017
Biomedical Sciences at Leeds Beckett has teamed up with Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College in Leeds to successfully secure funding from the Royal Society.
Report paints bleak picture of working conditions of European coaches17 October 2017
A report led by researchers at Leeds Beckett University has revealed the challenges faced by sports coaches of children across Europe.
Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England examines challenges facing the economy at Leeds Beckett talk17 October 2017
The risks and opportunities for the UK economy were examined at a free public talk at Leeds Beckett University by the Bank of England’s former Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy.