Building a community of great people

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Throughout the year Leeds Beckett celebrates and raises awareness of important humanitarian, cultural, social and political issues across a range of activity. This activity enables us to share our staff, student and alumni stories to demonstrate the positive impact we are making to individuals, communities and places in Leeds. We also showcase how our research is helping to address some of the most pressing challenges we face in the world today.

Women's History Month

Throughout March, we celebrate women from across our university community who have helped to forge a more gender-equal society. For Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which takes place on Monday 8 March, the university will recognise the students, colleagues and graduates who have challenged perceptions and fought for change.

Throughout March, we celebrate women from across our university community who have helped to forge a more gender-equal society. For Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which takes place on Monday 8 March, the university will recognise the students, colleagues and graduates who have challenged perceptions and fought for change.

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Beckett Talks

"Beckett Talks" is our podcast series sharing voices from across our university community. You can hear our latest episode below.

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LBU Together

How Leeds Beckett has been affected by the global pandemic, and how our community of staff and students have made a positive impact locally, nationally and gloablly.