The International Symposium on Advanced Materials Application is a prestigious international conference to promote current groundbreaking research findings in the field of materials science and engineering.
Dr Karen Horwood has been recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute’s The Planner publication as one of 2020s Women of Influence for her work on women and planning.
School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing partnership with YORhub goes from strength to strength
School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing's digital knowledge transfer network, thinkBIM, works with YORhub to assist students with final year dissertations.
Professor David Johnston, Professor of Building Performance Evaluation within Leeds Sustainability Institute, wins Best Paper Award for the Indoor and Built Environment (IBE) journal produced by Sage Journals.
The IMAGE project (Improving Employability of Autistic Graduates In Europe) led by Dr Marc Fabri aims to address this employment gap by focusing on the transition from higher education into the world of work, and the support universities and employers can provide during this transition.
Leeds Beckett secures £360k Erasmus+ grant to help young people make informed decisions when leaving school
Leeds Beckett University has secured funding for a new multi-national project that focuses on how best to support young people, predominantly from marginalized groups, as they plan to make the transition from compulsory schooling towards future positive destinations.
On the weekend of 11th – 13th October Leeds Beckett hosted an exciting partnership Hackathon event in which students from universities in the Leeds City Region studying were tasked to come up with innovative solutions to real challenges relating to mental health.
The School of Built Environment and Engineering have been successful in their bid for funding from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) to develop and deliver a pathway into construction for service leavers and full-time learners.
RED WoLF is a € 6 million European project led by Leeds Beckett University and run jointly with 13 Partner Institutions from UK; France, Germany, Belgium and Republic of Ireland. Dr Giuseppe Colantuono from the School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing leads the RED WoLF project.