From the Beatles to Oasis, Blur and the Battle of Britpop16 October 2019
Dr Peter Mills, from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities, examines the legacy of musical milestones.Read more
Improving mental health at nature reserves is excellent value for money10 October 2019
Prescribing contact with nature for people who have low levels of mental health is excellent value for money by improving people’s wellbeing.Read more
Olympians to receive Honorary Doctorates from Leeds Beckett University8 October 2019
Leeds Beckett University is to award Honorary Doctorates to local Olympians, Alistair Brownlee MBE and Jonathan Brownlee next month.Read more
Our upcoming events
Beckett Choir - rehearsals
Inside Out - Anat Ben David
Anat Ben-David is an artist-musician who will discuss the creative process and the relationship between the artist and the tools they use.
PsyCen Speech & Language Seminar- Leeds Beckett SLT Team in India
Leeds Beckett Speech & Language Therapy Team in India: Learning from an International Volunteering project. Speakers Jo Sandiford and Ben Bolton-Grant
Leeds Beckett SLT Team in India
Speech and Language Therapy tutors and students spent two weeks volunteering in schools in North India, linked with the Tibet Relief Fund where we engaged with a mainstream school and a residential special school, both having very limited prior knowledge of SLT.
Inside Out - Professor Anna Abraham
Anna Abraham is the author of The Neuroscience of Creativity (Cambridge University Press) and is a Professor in the School of Social Sciences at Leeds Beckett University. She will be talking about the the relationship between cognition and creativity.
Set in Stone? The Politics of Curating the Life of Emily Hobhouse in Contemporary South Africa
The second event in the Leeds Cultural Conversations series 2019/20.
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