The trials of Oscar Wilde’s play Salome to be discussed at Leeds Cultural Conversation talk
Oscar Wilde’s play Salome, and all of the controversy that came with it both before and after his death, will be the subject of a Leeds Beckett University public lecture.
International Women's Day 2017 celebrated at Leeds Beckett
View the wide range of events and exhibitions to support International Women’s Day.
Step into the Gateway for our official launch
Based on the ground floor of the Leslie Silver Building at City Campus, The Gateway is your one stop shop for developing your professional skills, discovering opportunities and getting engaged in a range of activities to help enhance your employability now and after you graduate.
Be Active during University Mental Health Day 2017
University Mental Health Day spreads the message that mental health, like physical health, is important. This year’s campaign theme is ‘Active Mental Health.’
Education expert goes back to the future in public lecture
Using the lessons of the past to inform teacher education of the future will be the subject of a free public talk at Leeds Beckett University on Wednesday 8 March.
Clickbait and listicles killing journalism says lecturer in his latest book
A Leeds Beckett University academic has attributed the rise of clickbait and listicles in the media as contributing to the demise of regional press.
Research explores whistleblowing on doping in sport
Student athletes are reluctant to ‘blow the whistle’ on doping, research at Leeds Beckett University reveals.
Yorkshire Bank Honorary Chair to deliver public lecture
Richard Gregory OBE, senior advisor to CYBG Plc and the honorary Chair of Yorkshire Bank, will share his expertise on the effectiveness of the board when he hosts a public lecture at Leeds Beckett University.
Leeds Beckett welcomes New Head of Architecture
Internationally-renowned architectural educator and historian, Professor Raymond Quek, has been appointed as the Head of the Leeds School of Architecture at Leeds Beckett University.