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Residents’ open event to discuss new electrical sub-station plans

The University and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are proposing to build a much-needed new electrical sub-station on part of a brown field site currently used as parking for hospital staff.

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A sustainable approach to the student changeover

Work is underway to ensure that this year’s student changeover is the smoothest ever and that the impact on local residents is as low as possible.

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My week - 5 May 2015 - celebrating our staff and students

Once again Celebrate Week 2015 has been a great success, highlighting the tremendous work of students and staff, and showing again that Leeds University Union is the beating heart of the University.

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Alan Langlands is the twelfth Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds.

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Leeds research

Research projects to the fore on International Clinical Trials Day

For International Clinical Trials Day today, the University is highlighting two research projects which show the importance of clinical trials to public health.

Research aims to improve access to music for people using hearing aids

Beethoven composed some of his most famous works after he became profoundly deaf.

Event highlights

May 29
  • 9:00 to
  • 17:00
  • Free
Bohemians and Marginal Communities in the 18th Century: George Morland in Context
The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

The Gallery is delighted to welcome experts and academics from a range of disciplines to discuss the wider context of 18th century painter, George Morland's work in this free symposium.

May 30
  • 14:30 to
  • 16:00
  • Free
"What they told me was quieter than tree trunks"
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery

Expect powerful and informative poetry and prose as writer and theatre director Adam Strickson reads from his own work to provide a lively insight into the themes of George Morland's paintings.

Jun 22
  • 18:00 to
  • 20:00
  • Free
Edith Cavell
Student Common Room, Level 12, Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building

We will explore the historical context and the legacy of the execution of British WWI nurse Edith Cavell.

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Reporter

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ISSUE Issue 589 - April 2015

In this issue:
  • The 2015 World Unite Festival
  • The University's new admissions system
  • Two major research grants to the N8 Research Partnership
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The Reporter is the University’s staff newsletter and is produced eight times a year.

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Our partnership with M&S - three years on

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