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National Inclusion Week

The Equality Policy Unit are calling for staff who wish to deliver talks about their equality and inclusion practices as part of the week’s programme of events on 25 September – 1 October.

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Award-winning heart-shaped red blood cell

Researcher, Fraser Macrae, has won the British Heart Foundation photography competition for his image of a heart-shaped red blood cell.

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Inside track

Inside Track - 31 July 2017 - Sir Alan Langlands

Looking backwards and forwards at one and the same time

Alan Langlands Alan Langlands

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

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Event highlights

Sep 13
  • 13:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free Event
Leeds Online MBA: Explore Learning Online

This webinar will provide a deep insight into the online learning experience that you can expect with the Leeds Online MBA.

Sep 14
  • 13:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free event
Leeds Online MBA: Curriculum and Module Insight Webinar

This webinar will explore the curriculum of the Leeds Online MBA and delve into the modules that students will undertake.

Sep 19
  • 15:00 to
  • 18:00
  • Free
City Research Forum
Open Data Institute (ODI) Leeds

The Cities Research Theme is establishing a City Research Forum between the University of Leeds and Leeds City Council. This Forum will include talks, discussions and networking with refreshments.

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Reporter June 2017 cover showing Brownlee brothers

ISSUE 603 June 2017

In this issue:
  • Brownlee Centre launch
  • Be Curious 2017
  • Defining leadership excellence
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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

Interval workouts for older women may improve health of blood vessels

Short bouts of interval exercise may be most beneficial for older women at increased risk of heart-related illness, according to new University of Leeds research.

Greenland ice flow likely to speed up

New seismic surveys are challenging the view that recent slowdowns in Greenland’s ice flow will continue in the long term.