Alumni designs shortlisted for new Leeds Beckett research and landscape centre29 April 2016
Leeds Beckett’s Project Office has shortlisted five design ideas for a new research centre set for the University’s Headingley Campus in 2017.Read more
Research explores the psychological factors of sports injury rehab29 April 2016
New Leeds Beckett University research has revealed that injured athletes’ thoughts, feelings and actions may influence the outcome of their rehabilitation.Read more
Dance Professional Development Day aims to empower young people29 April 2016
An innovative ‘Dance Professional Development Day’ for students, teachers, artists and anyone with an interest in raising the profile of dance is set for Leeds Beckett University.Read more
Our upcoming events
Alex Simpson: "Governance - a necessary evil or a driver of performance?"
Alex Simpson is General Counsel, Company Secretary and GSCOP Code Compliance Officer at Asda, the UK’s second largest food retailer serving around 19 million customers each week. Asda is also part of Walmart, a global company that employs 2.2m associates with $473bn in annual sales.
‘Eastern European ‘Show Trials’ of the 1950s: the Slansky Case’
New evidence and insights from previously closed archives about the Slansky trial, one of the best-known political show trials in 1950s Czechoslovakia, have recently become available. This talk will discuss how knowledge and understanding of the Slansky trial evolved as a result.
Business Schools: “Playing All the Right Notes But Not Necessarily in the Right Order” - Professor Martin Reynolds
Professor Martin Reynolds is Professor of Management Practice at Leeds Business School, part of the Faculty of Business & Law at Leeds Beckett University. He will be delivering his Professorial Inaugural Lecture on Wednesday 18 May on the knowledge synthesis problem in business schools.
Mindfulness Meditation Workshop
Researching Urban History
Researching Urban History Day is an exciting opportunity for you to be introduced to some of the main methods and sources to research your own urban histories.
Sport and Discrimination Conference
The second annual Sport and Discrimination Conference explores the interdisciplinary nature of discrimination within the sporting world.
Information for current students, staff, alumni and anyone interested in working at our University