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New computer science degree apprenticeship launched

The first ever cohort of students has been welcomed on to a new computer science degree apprenticeship launched in partnership with the University.

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Tonight We Fly festival

Academics are invited to attend meals and conversations loosely themed around the past, present and future.

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Inside Track - Professor Tom Ward: Better, not bigger

Support for those grappling with the ‘complexity agenda’

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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

Oct 23
  • 12:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
Data Buffet: tidbits to help promote your research
Research Meeting Room 1 & 2 Level 13, Edward Boyle Library

Come and join us over lunch to learn about the importance of looking after your data throughout the research lifecycle, making it openly available and linking to your publications.

Oct 24
  • 16:00 to
  • 19:00
  • Free
Life Sciences Postgraduate Open Evening
Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds

Come along to the first ever Life Sciences Postgraduate Open Evening.

Oct 24
  • 17:00 to
  • 19:00
  • Free
Who cares about journalism? Facts and the aestheticized public in an irrational era
Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall

What is the point of journalism in our digital, irrational age?

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Reporter

Reporter 608 Cover Page September 2018

ISSUE 608 September 2018

In this issue:
  • Chancellor's installation souvenir supplement
  • High Speed Rail announcement
  • Leeds International Piano Competition winner
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

Watch & Listen

Hannah Myers (English and Film Studies 2020) talks about her family circumstances and the support she has received as a scholar at the University. Read more about the Scholarships campaign at Leeds.


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Leeds research

Driven to the brink of extinction by climate change

An extensive new study will aid scientists in updating conservation strategies and understanding how climate change is affecting species around the world.

China emissions on the right track as air pollution drops

The first detailed analysis of air pollution trends in China reveals a 20 per cent drop in concentrations of particulate pollution over the last three years.