Creating a greater sense of community
Our students, colleagues and alumni are finding thoughtful, innovative and inspiring ways to respond to the new challenges we are all facing in the fight against COVID19.
Working in an unfamiliar context can be unsettling. It can leave us lacking the routines we normally deploy to make us more purposeful. In many ways that underlines what it might be wise for all of us to consider doing in the coming days to make the best of the lockdown.
As the global lockdown response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues, social isolation is essential. In day-to-day function so too is maintaining physical distance from others. Yet, UK residents are encouraged to remain active once a day. Has this “exercise allocation” released our adaptive capacity regarding physical activity (PA)?
- Carnegie School of Education
- Carnegie School of Sport
- LBU Students
- Leeds Business School
- Leeds School of Arts
- Leeds School of Social Sciences
- School of Clinical and Applied Sciences
- School of Cultural Studies and Humanities
- School of Health and Community Studies
TagsEnglish students Intro History WW2 creative writing South Africa Social Reform France Writing English Literature anniversary windrush day family history contemporary writing Quakers Employability Live Brief Gaming new module creation mature student Second World War Covid19 Crisis Coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Blitz Harrogate Film Festival Reviews International Women’s Day Leeds Literature Festival Literature Caribbean Carnival culture special edition Urban History History Research publishing business Digital Advertising Agency cultural studies and humanities leeds beckett university lbu history careers Exhibition Heritage Industry Colonialism Travel Work Experience Student Internship University Life Glitzy Glamour of the Spring Ball Tutors Leeds Creative Writing Ideas Curating a Blog Writing Society Chapel FM Showcase Poetry Prose Spoken Word Anthology Workshop Carribean Masculinity The Leeds Library 250 years Professor Ruth Robbins library oldest UK library 250 years book project david oluwale local history leeds history david oluwale memorial website project research fifty years undegraduate students hostroy module community history Erasmus