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Summer School success

The Leeds International Summer School has been a great success again this year, with 49 students from 11 different countries taking part.

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Twenty-five names added to University’s First World War roll of honour

The names of twenty-five men from Leeds who served in the Great War have been added to the University’s Brotherton War Memorial.

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Upward trend continues in 2014 National Student Survey

The University recorded another encouraging uplift in performance in this year’s NSS, with 88% of our final year students saying they are satisfied with the quality of their course at Leeds.

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As Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Student Education, Vivien Jones has responsibility for the academic and co-curricular experience of all taught students.

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Event highlights

Sep 12
  • 11:45 to
  • 13:30
  • Free
'On Your Marks'. The Evolution of Generation Y: Why innovation is the key to adapting to the future workplace
Yorkshire Bank Lecture Theatre (G.02), Leeds University Business School

You are invited to the latest in our ‘On Your Marks’ Networking Series, a partnership event from the University of Leeds and Marks & Spencer.

Sep 14
  • 15:00 to
  • 16:30
  • Tickets prices vary (see details)
Family concert: 'Tall Tailes with Pete Coe
Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, School of Music

Folk singer Pete Coe plays some incredible instruments and sings super songs about awesome animals, brave beasts and crafty creatures. Songs with stories, actions and a carnival of choruses.

Sep 15
  • 14:00 to
  • 16:00
  • Free
Reintroducing the Leeds Enterprise Educators Network (LEEN)
Liberty Building, Room G.32

The Vice Chancellor will open this event; followed by networking opportunities, discussions on coaching/teaching across disciplines, as well as how LEEN can support you.

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ISSUE Issue 583 July 2014

In this issue:
  • Sustainability awards bigger than ever
  • Gold award for Business School
  • Tackling mental health stigma
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Watch & Listen

Michael Whitelegge, Marks & Spencer Senior Insight Manager, talks about M&S’ Big Data strategy, outlining how consumer data can help a business understand the different needs of its customers. Introduced by Mark Birkin, Professor of Spatial Analysis and Policy in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds.

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