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GO TRI - get out and get active

Take part in one of Sport and Physical Activity's short, fun GO TRI events and see if the triathlon might be the sport for you.

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Double Olivier success for Leeds alumnus

Playwright and Leeds alumnus Mike Bartlett (English and Theatre Studies, 2002) has won not one but two Olivier Awards.

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My week - 2 March 2015 - Dean of MaPS, Professor Steve Scott

Professor Scott celebrates International Women’s Day and our Women of Achievement.

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Dean of Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences where he has a keen focus is on all the aspects relating to the interests and welfare of staff and students.

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Leeds research

Government needs own Plan A to make sustainable clothing more fashionable

Growing alarm at environmentally unsustainable clothing consumption can only be addressed by more government support for retailers and their customers, a University of Leeds academic has argued.

Innovation gives pregnant women with diabetes round-the-clock glucose control

Achieving better glucose control in pregnant women with diabetes by using continuous glucose monitoring may help them give birth to healthier children, new research from the University of Leeds says.

Event highlights

Apr 25
  • 9:30 to
  • 17:00
  • Free
Accommodation Viewing Day
On and off campus residences

Viewing Day gives you the opportunity to explore our accommodation options in Leeds. You can also discover what our campus has to offer by joining a tour of the Edge Sports Centre and Students' Union.

Apr 27
  • 17:00 to
  • 18:00
  • Free
Death in America, Life in Europe: Two approaches to ultimate penalties
LG.06, School of Law, University of Leeds

The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies annual lecture will be delivered by Professor Dirk Van Zyl Smit, University of Nottingham, who will compare & contrast UK & US approaches to ultimate penalties.

Apr 29
  • 17:15 to
  • 19:15
  • Free
Caryl Phillips book launch: 'The Lost Child'
Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre

Caryl Phillips (prizewinning novelist & author of 'Crossing the River' and 'A Distant Shore') launches his new novel, 'The Lost Child', with a reading, & in conversation with Professor John McLeod.

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ISSUE Issue 588 - March 2015

In this issue:
  • The South Bank Show Archive comes to the University
  • Our 2015 Women of Achievement
  • The new Vice-Chancellor's Impact Awards
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Our partnership with M&S - three years on

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