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Sensory garden stimulates the senses and the soul

A two-year project to create a sensory garden on campus is really beginning to blossom.

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Baseline standards agreed for inclusive learning and teaching

A new approach to embedding inclusivity in learning and teaching at the University has been approved.

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Inside track

Inside track – Lucy Omidiran

Lucy Omidiran, who was appointed as the University’s HR Officer (International) in May, introduces herself and explains what the newly created role involves.

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Lucy Omidiran is the University’s HR Officer (International).

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Event highlights

Sep 26
  • 13:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
'Beth Johnson: In conversation with screenwriter Paul Abbott': a Media Futures special event
Rupert Beckett theatre, Michael Sadler Building

Hear how Paul Abbott progressed from writing for Coronation Street to winning a host of awards for his screenwriting.

Sep 26
  • 15:30 to
  • 18:30
  • Free
China in Africa
Liberty Building LG.06

This seminar will consider China’s activities in Africa from a variety of perspectives including industrialisation, agricultural development, security and international relations.

Sep 27
  • 10:30 to
  • 15:30
  • Free
Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning (Worsley)
Worsley Building Level 11 Communal Kitchen Area

Cake, coffee and a good giggle - all proceeds to Macmillan. Cake sale, tea & coffee, 2nd hand book sale (including children's books), quiz, guess the weight of the homemade Christmas cake competition

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Reporter 607 front cover June 2018

ISSUE 607 June 2018

In this issue:
  • Staff Festival 2018
  • University rankings success
  • Major research announcements
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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

Sugar in yogurt leaves a sour taste

A comprehensive survey of ingredients in yogurts has highlighted high sugar levels in many – particularly organic yogurts and those marketed towards children.

Flood frequency of the world’s largest river has increased fivefold

A recent study of more than 100 years of river level records from the Amazon shows a significant increase in frequency and severity of floods.