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Carers Rights Day - 24 November 2017

The day is organised by the charity Carers UK, with this year’s theme being Make Connections, Get Support. Read about the support available for staff here at the University.

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Competition – Design concept for glass in the Priestley Building

The Priestley Centre is looking for artwork ideas to be put on the internal glass windows and doors for when it relocates to the newly refurbished Priestley Building. Deadline - 4 December 2017

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Inside track

Inside Track - 6 November 2017 - Professor Tom Ward

Is more always better?

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Professor Ward leads on our education strategy, ensuring the University attracts, excites and retains high-quality students from a wide range of backgrounds, to benefit from an outstanding education.

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Event highlights

Nov 23
  • 18:00 to
  • 21:00
  • Free
A Feminist Space at Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward – exhibition
Project Space, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University Road

You are invited to the private view of this new exhibition in our Project Space.

Nov 29
  • 11:00 to
  • 12:30
  • Free
EU immigration information session for staff
Clothworkers Central Building Speakman LT (G.89)

An information session for EU staff who may be concerned or have queries about the effect of Brexit on immigration matters.

Dec 12
  • 19:00 to
  • 20:00
  • Free
A Look Back at the Weather of 2017 and Christmas Photo Competition judged by Keeley Donovan
Level 8 Seminar Rooms, School of Earth and Environment

A talk hosted by the Yorkshire Local Centre of the Royal Meteorological Society. The talk will be given by our secretary John Goulding and BBC presenter Keeley Donovan will judge the photo competition

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Reporter

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ISSUE 604 September 2017

In this issue:
  • Funding to tackle global challenges
  • Recording your public engagement work
  • Green light for major campus building project
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

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Leeds research

Sleeping position linked to the risk of stillbirth

Pregnant women who go to sleep on their back during the later stages of pregnancy face an increased likelihood of suffering a stillbirth, according to new research.

How the brain copes with extreme stress

In January 1987, Terry Waite was abducted while negotiating the release of hostages in the Middle East. He was held captive for five years – for much of that time he was in solitary confinement.