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Upcoming book on Learning and Teaching out in November

This story published on Wednesday 23 July 2014
Members of the School of Education and Professional Development staff have contributed to an upcoming book titled ‘Learning, Teaching and Development: Strategies for action’ which will be published by Sage in November 2014.


Reader in Working and Learning wins National Teaching Fellowship

This story published on Thursday 12 June 2014
Dr Kevin Orr will use the NTF grant of £10,000 to investigate work-related learning, specifically in Australia and the U.S


Racism on the rise in Britain? A wake-up call...

This story published on Tuesday 3 June 2014
Professor of Youth and Policy Paul Thomas has published two books on the
topic of Youth, Multiculturalism and Community Cohesion. Here he talks
about the new research showing a rise in racial prejudice in Britain.


Hudds Careers and Employability Service wins AGCAS award

This story published on Thursday 12 September 2013
UK/China research project praised as “a significant approach to career development”


Dean’s inaugural lecture led us into the ‘Twilight’ zone…

This story published on Thursday 1 August 2013
Professor Christine Jarvis, Dean of the School of Education and Professional Development, recently delivered her inaugural professorial lecture at the University, focussing on the appeal of the popular Twilight Saga.


Gambian minister receives honorary doctorate

This story published on Tuesday 23 July 2013
Alumna The Honourable Fatou Lamin Faye back in Huddersfield


The Gambia Education Minister receives her Honorary Award at Hudd

This story published on Tuesday 16 July 2013
The Honourable Fatou Lamin Faye was awarded the Doctor of University award at the University at the awards ceremony this week. She is the Honorable Minister for Basic and Secondary Education. Links with The Gambia are many, and included a visit to The Gambia by University staff earlier this year.


leading2gether: Kirklees, Early Years Professional Case Studies

This story published on Friday 21 June 2013
Becoming a leader for quality is to embark on a journey for which there is no defined destination. There will always be something new to learn, different ways of doing things and new challenges. New research, knowledge, reflection and experiences will influence thinking and practice, and will impact on understanding of quality.


Excellent facilities for students

This story published on Friday 21 June 2013
All the specialist facilities you need


Reasons to choose a teaching, early years or education course

This story published on Monday 17 June 2013
Why should you choose one of our courses? Here’s why!


University alumni group in The Gambia

This story published on Friday 8 February 2013
In January, the University launched an alumni group in The Gambia. It was supported by School of Education and Professional Development former student, the Honourable Fatou Lamin Faye, Minister for Basic and Secondary Education in the Gambia, and now Honorary President of the Alumni society.


China-UK Collaborative Partnerships in Employability and Entrepre

This story published on Monday 30 July 2012
The University of Huddersfield’s award-winning Careers and Employability Service and the School of Education and Professional Development recently showcased the results of a major research project – funded by the British Council – which straddled the UK and China and aimed to boost the job prospects of students from both countries.


Jubilee event celebrating 60 years of caring for young children

This story published on Friday 25 May 2012
As part of the University’s Jubilee celebrations, the School of Education and Professional Development held a successful event to mark 60 years of early years practice in the new early years room in the Lockside building in July.


Graduates of 2012 are go!

This story published on Wednesday 23 May 2012
A government agency, the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) has completed its latest survey into the paths taken by 2012 graduates and postgraduates when they leave their universities and colleges, and the research has put the University of Huddersfield’ s School of Education and Professional Development at the top of the class for propelling its students into well-paid careers.


Early Years tutor asked to contribute to national debate

This story published on Wednesday 23 May 2012
Samantha McMahon, Course Leader for the Early Years courses at the University, was recently asked to be involved in influential group discussions about the latest early years developments.


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