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Nationwide Children’s Research Centre remembered at special event

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Research projects dealing with child welfare issues to be highlighted at celebratory evening


DCLG looks to Huddersfield for ERDF funding successes

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
Department for Communities and Local Government delegation visit the University’s 3M Buckley Innovation Centre


Online gambling addiction and problem gambling

This story published on Friday 21 February 2014
Professor examines the UK’s urge to have an online flutter


Architectural Field Study to the Pearl of the Far East

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
Architecture students take in the rich culture of Ho Chi Minh City


Chinese movie market challenges Hollywood

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
New professor investigates Chollywood – currently the second largest film industry in the world


Fashion students enjoy first look at Burberry Prorsum's LFW show

This story published on Wednesday 19 February 2014
10 lucky fashion students receive tickets for the Burberry show at London Fashion Week


Functional energy materials research lecture

This story published on Monday 17 February 2014
Public lecture on developments in “green energy technologies” by Dr Pooja Panchmatia – Wednesday 12 March


Stay-at-home dads on the up

This story published on Friday 14 February 2014
New research into the UK’s stay-at-home dads now underway


John Bernard Mozilla Firefox OS marketing director and Hudds grad

This story published on Thursday 13 February 2014
John Bernard, Mozilla’s Global Marketing Director for Firefox OS, returns to the University of Huddersfield to talk to current students


Teacher training courses – employability high on agenda

This story published on Wednesday 12 February 2014
Educating Yorkshire head teacher Jonny Mitchell addresses Huddersfield students


BA(Hons) Fashion Design degree course top student

This story published on Tuesday 11 February 2014
Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons) student Jamie Long wins Cad and the Dandy Award in National Tailoring and Design Awards


BA(Hons) Fashion Design degree course – one of top seven in UK

This story published on Tuesday 11 February 2014
BA(Hons) Fashion Design with Marketing and Production achieves Creative Skillset accreditation


Future Human at Maison&Objet exhibition

This story published on Monday 10 February 2014
Uni artist Jenny Lee features at Paris exhibition, Maison&Objet


Brass Art, The Imagining of Things – Shadow Worlds: Writers’ Room

This story published on Monday 10 February 2014
Night-time visits to the Brontë Parsonage to capture the Brontë Sisters for Huddersfield lecturer Anneké Pettican


The ABC Syringe makes final three in World Design Impact Prize

This story published on Friday 7 February 2014
World Design Impact Prize shortlists Dr David Swann’s colour-changing ABC Syringe, designed to deter the reuse of syringes and stop the spread of infection


Huddersfield Weather Watch - January 2014

This story published on Friday 7 February 2014
Making a splash - only one day of January escaped rainfall


University of St Thomas, Minnesota, forges close links with Uni

This story published on Wednesday 5 February 2014
Common ground – both St Thomas’s and the University of Huddersfield enjoy close links with the 3M corporation


Precision Technologies Group (PTG) signs MoU with the University

This story published on Wednesday 5 February 2014
Machine Tool Technology chair for Uni’s Alan Myers ... PTG-Holroyd’s Prof Christopher Holmes becomes first Visiting Researcher


Alan Lewis appointed as Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship

This story published on Tuesday 4 February 2014
Businessman and entrepreneur Alan Lewis joins the University of Huddersfield as Visiting Professor


Fine Art alumnus celebrates Chinese New Year with solo exhibition

This story published on Tuesday 4 February 2014
‘Afterglow’ exhibition by Frank To, the Glasgow-based British-born Chinese artist with a burgeoning international reputation as a leading contemporary figurative painter, marks his return to his abstract painting origins.


State-of-the art Centre for Innovation in Rail underway

This story published on Wednesday 5 February 2014
Regional Growth Fund grant clears way for major railway research and training centre


Self-service Laptop Loans

This story published on Tuesday 4 February 2014
New service available in the library


Inventor of Storysacks speaks at University

This story published on Monday 3 February 2014
The newly created Childhood Studies Society has been able to attract international speaker and creator of Storysacks to the University.


New post for Linguistics Professor

This story published on Monday 3 February 2014
Professor Daniel Kadar has been appointed Visiting Professor at the Nanjing University of Science and Technology


Let’s Ramp Up the Red together

This story published on Wednesday 5 February 2014
On Friday 7 February, The British Heart Foundation will be encouraging people to Ramp Up the Red to raise money to support their amazing work.


Child Sexual Abuse: Have we Learnt Anything?

This story published on Thursday 6 February 2014
On Wednesday 11 December 2013, Dr Bernard Gallagher delivered the third public lecture in the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences (IRCAHS) 2013-2014 Series entitled Child Sexual Abuse: Have we Learnt Anything?


Student monthly gym memberships only £19.99 with Team Hud

This story published on Thursday 6 February 2014
Student Monthly Gym Memberships only £19.99 with Team Hud


Printing Services

This story published on Friday 7 February 2014
You can now order your new stationery


Be inspired by EG Visuals Ltd

This story published on Friday 7 February 2014
Thinking of setting up your own business but not sure about your idea?


Telling the story: how early man moved across the globe

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Archeogenetics: reconstructing the history of mankind


Entrepreneurial success

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
In 2012, the University was proud to receive the Times Higher Entrepreneurial University of the Year Award for its “entrepreneurial outlook championed at the highest levels of the institution”. Innovative research has resulted in regional and national impact in the field of entrepreneurship and enterprise, with Dr Kelly Smith contributing to the recently published Fifth Report from the UK Government All-Party Group for Micro Businesses. Entitled An Education System Fit for an Entrepreneur, it recognises the key role entrepreneurs play in the drive for growth, and looks at the effectiveness of our education system in supporting our entrepreneurs.


Flow-handling system research: improving productivity and sales

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
The Energy, Emissions and the Environment Research Group (EEERG), led by Professor Rakesh Mishra, part of the Centre of Efficiency and Performance Engineering, has carried out key research into the optimal design of flow-handling systems.


VC starts demolition of old sports hall

This story published on Monday 10 February 2014
Demolition work commences on the old Sports Hall


University Funded Research Project

This story published on Tuesday 11 February 2014
Call for volunteers


New for 2014 - You Try, We Buy!

This story published on Tuesday 11 February 2014
Did you know that you can now help to choose the books for the library?


Supporting young people out of work and education

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
A team of researchers at the University of Huddersfield’s School of Education and Professional Development has spent over five years researching the experiences and needs of marginalised young people, including those classified as not in education, employment or training (NEET).


New Materials Benefit Industry Partners

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Methods to improve control over thermally-induced solid state transformations have been developed by the Materials and Catalysis Research Centre.


The Huddersfield Giants are back

This story published on Tuesday 18 February 2014
Discounted tickets available for staff


The Huddersfield Giants are back

This story published on Tuesday 18 February 2014
Huddersfield Students’ Union sign partnership with Huddersfield Giants


Staff Monthly Gym Memberships

This story published on Friday 14 February 2014
Get fit with Team Hud


Big Crimes, Small Crimes and Self-Selection Policing

This story published on Friday 14 February 2014
On Wednesday 29 January 2014, Dr Jason Roach delivered the fourth lecture as part of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences (IRCAHS) 2013/14 Public Lecture Series, entitled ‘Big Crimes, Small Crimes and Self-Selection Policing’.


Business School Events

This story published on Friday 14 February 2014
The Marketing Society (MSoc) invite you to their latest events


Study exploring University staff health

This story published on Friday 14 February 2014
Academic staff needed as participants


Introducing the iPoint

This story published on Monday 17 February 2014
Say hello to the iPoint team at Student Central


Students' Union Elections

This story published on Tuesday 18 February 2014
It's time to Stand!


Discounted Metrocards for Staff

This story published on Tuesday 18 February 2014
New Scheme for May to December 2014.


Students at the heart of Hud

This story published on Tuesday 18 February 2014
Huddersfield Students’ Union’s biggest ever Student Volunteering Week.


Healthy Eating and Exercise Campaign

This story published on Wednesday 19 February 2014
Monday 24 February, 12.00noon to 2.00pm


Congratulations to Staff achieving their PhDs

This story published on Wednesday 19 February 2014
Celebrating staff achievements


Student International Business Projects Scheme

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
The student international business projects scheme links Yorkshire companies seeking to expand international export activities with post-graduate students across the region.


Support Staff Conference

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
Wednesday 16 April - save the date


Expansion of Chemical Engineering at Huddersfield

This story published on Friday 21 February 2014
Dr Lande Liu joins the team as new BEng courses launch for September 2014


The HINT: Issue 56

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
Find out about the University's latest international news


The Yorkshire Network for Canadian Studies seminar series

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
Talk by Professor Julie Rak


PARK’s growing presence in the planning community continues

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
PARK’s growing presence in the Planning Community continues with four papers accepted for ICAPS 2014


Our students at the heart of Hud

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
Volunteering Week 24 February - 1 March


Deterministic Track of the 2014 International Planning Competitio

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
The IPC is a biennial event organized via ICAPS to provide an empirical comparison of the state of the art of PDDL-accepting planning systems. It accelerates the development of research prototypes, provides challenges and a set of growing benchmarks to the Planning community, and leads to new directions for research and new links with other fields of AI.


Leader in ASP joins PARK

This story published on Tuesday 25 February 2014
Wolfgang Faber’s current research interests are in knowledge representation, logic programming, nonmonotonic reasoning, planning and knowledge-based agents. He has published more than 100 refereed articles and papers in journals, collections, and conference proceedings in these areas.


Pageturners Book Festival

This story published on Tuesday 25 February 2014
Finale event here at the University on Saturday 15 March


'Feckless Fathers’ to ‘Dynamic Dads'

This story published on Wednesday 26 February 2014
On Wednesday 19 February, Dr Abigail Locke delivered the fifth public lecture in the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences (IRCAHS) 2013-2014 series entitled, ‘Feckless Fathers’ to ‘Dynamic Dads’: Fatherhood in Contemporary British Culture.


Travel to Work Survey 2014

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
Please take a minute to complete this employee survey


Are You Present?

This story published on Monday 3 March 2014
3 - 7 March is the Are You Present Campaign Week


Are You Present?

This story published on Monday 3 March 2014
3 – 7 March is the Are You Present Campaign Week


Centre welcomes new visiting researcher

This story published on Wednesday 26 February 2014
The Centre for Research in the Social Sciences welcomes Esen Ezgi Tascioglu, a PhD student based at the University of Milan, as a visiting researcher.


Netball

This story published on Friday 28 February 2014
Starts Tuesday 11 March, 12.00 - 1.00pm in the Sports Hall


Collaborative project surveying LGBT people and authorities

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
The Centre for Research in the Social Sciences has been funded to lead a European research project on how hate crime and bullying can have negative affects on the wellbeing and rights of a large proportion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people.


Enjoy football?

This story published on Thursday 8 May 2014
Join the staff and student team every Friday 5.00pm – 7.00pm


Funding success for CRISS researcher

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Centre for Research in the Social Sciences researcher, Dr Jo Woodiwiss has recently been awarded a research grant by the National Children’s Research Centre.


International Week (3 – 7 March)

This story published on Friday 28 February 2014
Join in the fun with International Week


Pioneering Pilot Scheme Takes Off

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Dr Mahendra Patel launches Royal Pharmaceutical Society Student Champions Scheme


The Lemn Sissay PhD Scholarship for Care Leavers

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Applications are now being taken for The Lemn Sissay PhD Scholarship for Care Leavers, a full scholarship which covers fees and provides a bursary of £13,700 per year for 3 years full-time study at doctoral level.


Study shows bachelor degree nurses decrease inpatient deaths

This story published on Friday 28 February 2014
A recent study has shown that nurse staffing cuts may adversely affect patient outcomes, whilst increasing the emphasis of nurses gaining a bachelor’s education could reduce preventable hospital deaths.


Talk by Professor Julie Rak

This story published on Friday 28 February 2014
Tuesday 4 March, 4.30pm WG/13


Marathon marchers

This story published on Sunday 16 February 2014
Marathon marchers aim for more success in 2014 London Marathon


NOVUS Students meet their Mentors

This story published on Sunday 16 February 2014
An important milestone has been reached in the establishment of the NOVUS Trust


NOVUS Students meet their Mentors

This story published on Sunday 16 February 2014
An important milestone has been reached in the establishment of the NOVUS Trust


Pakistani researcher set to improve performance of turbochargers

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
Just four years after relocating to the UK for studies at the University of Huddersfield, Pakistan-born Noukhez Ahmed has been fast-tracked into research that could boost the efficiency of turbochargers.


Uni encourages more women to study engineering

This story published on Thursday 20 February 2014
The University of Huddersfield aims to play a key role in the drive to recruit more women engineers.


Dr Ainur Abdrazakova

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
The Emerging Markets Research Group was pleased to welcome Dr Ainur Abdrazakova, of Turar Ryskulov Kazakh Economic University in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 18 February.


Ibrahem Alshbili

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
Ibrahem Alshbili presented his first year research progress to the EMERGE group


Samar Mansour

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
First year PGR student at the University of Huddersfield, presented a seminar to the EMERGE group


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