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Doctoral College Showcase: Book to attend

Join us on Monday 4 December to celebrate achievements of postgraduate research at the University. All are welcome.

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Leeds sees big increase in research awards – Times Higher

The University has seen a £12 million boost in research council awards during 2016/17 according to a Times Higher Education (THE) analysis published today.

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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 21
  • 18:00 to
  • 19:30
  • Free
Age Seeking Youth: The Rejuvenation Emporium
Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre, Michael Sadler Building, University of Leeds

A public lecture, Q&A, and pop-up exhibition exploring the untold history of ageing and anti-ageing across Britain in the twentieth century.

Nov 22
  • 10:40 to
  • 11:50
  • Free
Carers Leeds appointments STILL AVAILABLE
On campus

Carers Leeds are offering confidential 1:1 appointments for staff to discuss caring issues. The aim of these 30-minute appointments is to provide a range of advice, support and information to carers.

Nov 24
  • 13:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
Lunchtime Talk: Arthur Ransome
Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Court

Ann Farr of the Arthur Ransome Society speaks about Arthur Ransome, the celebrated Leeds-born author, journalist and spy in this free lecture.

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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

Understanding Sikh activism in Britain

Research sparked by media reports citing Sikh “radicalisation” in Britain has found little evidence of the country's Sikhs being radicalised to join international terrorist groups.

Better monitoring needed for pregnant women with diabetes

Half the babies born to women with diabetes are at risk of suffering complications due to fluctuations in their mothers’ glucose levels, say researchers.