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New article on Huddersfield’s James Mason and Transatlantic ident

This story published on Tuesday 14 January 2014
Professor of Modern British History Paul Ward (School of Music Humanities and Media) has recently published an article examining the connections between Transatlantic and local identities, with a focus on Huddersfield-born actor, James Mason.


Political Studies Association of Ireland Conference 2013

This story published on Wednesday 15 January 2014
The Political Studies Association of Ireland (PSAI) Conference was held at Trinity College, Dublin, 18-20 November 2013. ABIS was represented by staff whose research focuses on political identity throughout the UK. Academy Director Professor Jim McAuley, who is also a member of editorial board of the PSAI’s journal Irish Political Studies, presented findings about ‘Contemporary Loyalist narratives: collective memory and shared futures’.


Prevent: Still Problematic

This story published on Tuesday 14 January 2014
The government’s ‘Prevent’ policy, aimed at diverting young people and their communities away from terrorism and ideologies that support terrorism, has long been controversial. However, in its recent ‘Report of the Task Force on Tackling Radicalisation and Extremism’, government has renewed its prioritisation of this policy


Research on extreme right-wing movements

This story published on Wednesday 15 January 2014
Dr Graham Macklin is Co-Investigator on a forthcoming ESRC Research Seminar Series on “Right Wing Extremism in Contemporary Europe” (Grant Reference: ES/L000857/1). The Seminar was awarded a grant of £30,000, and the Principal Investigator is Professor Hilary Pilkington based at the University of Manchester. The other Co-Investigators of the Seminar Series are Associate Professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss (American University, Washington DC) and Professor Fabian Virchow (Dusseldorf).


New: The evolution of anti-Muslim protest in two English Towns

This story published on Wednesday 15 January 2014
Dr Joel Busher and Dr Graham Macklin are commencing a new £63,000 research project to examine the evolution of anti-Muslim protest in two English towns. The project is funded by a Special Interest Group on ‘Managing Far Right Activity’, a consortium of Local Authorities.


The Northern Ireland ‘Culture Wars’ symposium

This story published on Tuesday 14 January 2014
On 22 November 2013, the group board of the Political Studies Association Specialist Group on Britishness, comprising ABIS members Professor Jim McAuley, Dr Andrew Mycock, Dr Catherine McGlynn and Dr Shaun McDaid, organised a one day symposium in Belfast exploring Northern Ireland’s on-going ‘culture wars’. The event was kindly hosted by our colleagues at the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRiSS), University of Ulster.


World Design Impact Prize 2013-2014 Finalists Announced

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
The School are delighted to announce that Dr. David Swann, Reader in Design, has been shortlisted in the final 3 of the World Design Impact Prize 2013-2014.


Making It Real

This story published on Friday 31 January 2014
A Surface Design showcase from the University of Huddersfield


Book calls for sustainable management of wetlands by communities

This story published on Thursday 30 January 2014
Professor and founder of Wetlands Action calls for “people-focused” approach in new book, Wetland Management and Sustainable Livelihoods in Africa


Book considers Ivor Goodson, the travelling organic intellectual

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Researcher’s new book Reading and Teaching Ivor Goodson explores his influential view of curriculum and teaching


Cloning – the science fact behind the science fiction

This story published on Monday 27 January 2014
Hudds scientist explains the positives of cloning


Easing the suffering of Alzheimer sufferers

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Researcher develops new drugs to treat the neuro-inflammation that afflicts Alzheimer’s sufferers


Erasmus student shares her experiences of Criminology placement

This story published on Friday 3 January 2014
Carolina Campo, from Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain has spent three months studying Criminology at the University of Huddersfield as part of the Erasmus programme. Here she shares her experiences of life at the University.


Spanish student shares his experiences of study abroad programme

This story published on Friday 17 January 2014
Ignacio Quirós Cabello, from Andalucía, Spain has spent three months studying Criminology at the University of Huddersfield as part of the Erasmus programme. Here he shares his experiences of life at the University.


Giants put through their paces at University's new fitness labs

This story published on Thursday 16 January 2014
Huddersfield Giants are put through their paces using state of the art testing equipment in the University's new Biomechanics and Physiology labs


Free legal service launched – only one of its kind in the UK

This story published on Friday 17 January 2014
University’s Legal Advice Clinic helps members of the public who cannot afford to pay for advice nor secure legal aid


Uni joins innovative project to reduce business crime

This story published on Wednesday 15 January 2014
Huddersfield’s Applied Criminology Centre selected for pilot scheme to reduce business crime in the region


Huddersfield Chemistry student gains top marks in country

This story published on Monday 27 January 2014
Ben wins Royal Society of Chemistry Shalgosky Award for highest mark in UK


Huddersfield is ‘on top of its game’

This story published on Thursday 30 January 2014
We lead the way in the Best University Workplace survey


Huddersfield takes top spot Best University Workplace survey

This story published on Thursday 30 January 2014
We lead the way in the Best University Workplace survey


Huddersfield tops Best University Workplace survey

This story published on Wednesday 29 January 2014
University of Huddersfield leads the way in the Best University Workplace survey


Hudds scientist wins British Pain Society Clulow Award

This story published on Thursday 16 January 2014
“...pain is a highly subjective phenomenon and sensitivities vary from patient to patient...”


Links grow with Indonesia National Agency of Drug & Food Control

This story published on Thursday 9 January 2014
Huddersfield is the NA-DFC’s UK ‘University of Choice’ for providing degree-level and postgraduate training


New programme will help international students adapt to Uni life

This story published on Friday 10 January 2014
The International Learning Support Programme will ensure international students realise their full potential


NPL Level 1 Dimensional Training

This story published on Friday 10 January 2014
On January 27th to 29th one of NPL’s training partners, Hexagon Metrology, will be providing NPL Level 1 Dimensional Training at the 3M BIC


Positive Choices conference celebrates 10th year anniversary

This story published on Wednesday 8 January 2014
Staff and students from the Learning Disability Nursing course at the University will attend the tenth annual ‘Positive Choices’ conference in March 2014.


Psychology graduate identifies a passion for people and HR

This story published on Monday 27 January 2014
Mark Hainsworth graduated from Psychology BSc(Hons) at the University in July 2012 and has since gained a Master’s degree in Organisational Psychology. He now hopes to work alongside people in the world of Human Resources.


‘Question Time’ focus on health visiting

This story published on Tuesday 21 January 2014
Student health visitors challenge an expert panel as the Government embarks on its Health Visit Implementation Plan


Royal College of Nursing Congress 15-19 June 2014

This story published on Monday 6 January 2014
Open to both RCN members and non-members, this free exhibition is the largest of its kind in the UK and brings together everything nursing staff need to know to keep up to date in their area of practice.


Acne Project Launches Survey

This story published on Friday 17 January 2014
A unique national and international project which aims to improve the treatment of acne has launched a survey for those who have been affected by the condition.


Forensic Research Project goes to the Dogs

This story published on Friday 10 January 2014
A unique forensic research project at the University of Huddersfield has been featured by the Police Oracle website.


University launches new Forensic MSc Suite

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Courses start in September 2014 with specialist modules in DNA and Body Fluids, Toxicology, Forensic Entomology, Forensic Anthropology and Forensic and Analytical Science


Deborah gives Obesity Advice

This story published on Monday 13 January 2014
Examiner article for National Obesity Week


Starring Saudi student Saeed collects awards for his research

This story published on Thursday 9 January 2014
Award-winning paper Impact of web technologies on student-expert power relationship now wins an Excellence Award from the Saudi Cultural Bureau in the UK


Comedy Night at Lawrence Batley Theatre

This story published on Friday 17 January 2014
Thursday 23 January, 7.30pm


Congratulations to Staff achieving their PhDs

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Celebrating staff achievements


Informed Researcher

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Disseminating your research through open access


Make 2014 an enterprising year!

This story published on Monday 6 January 2014
Do you have an enterprising idea?


National Student Survey (NSS)

This story published on Monday 27 January 2014
The annual National Student Survey (NSS) opens on Monday 27 January.


New Occupational Health resources for 2014

This story published on Friday 17 January 2014
Keep healthy in the workplace


Postgraduate Open Day

This story published on Thursday 6 February 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00pm until 6.30pm


Research Leadership Forum

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Can you help reduce administration by 20%? Please note the date change for this event.


Staff Get Active Basketball

This story published on Tuesday 21 January 2014
Fridays from 12.30pm to 1.30pm


Support Staff Conference 2014

This story published on Thursday 9 January 2014
Save the date: Wednesday 16 April


University Book Club

This story published on Wednesday 29 January 2014
Do you love reading? Join the next book club on 5 March.


6 Million + The Journey

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Thursday 30 January, 7.00pm in Huddersfield Town Hall


Applications now open for Enterprise Placement Year 2014/15

This story published on Tuesday 14 January 2014
Do you want to set up your own business or work for yourself?


ʻStudent Centralʼ opens for business

This story published on Monday 13 January 2014
New Student Central building is opened months ahead of schedule


Student Health Visitors 'Question Time'

This story published on Thursday 2 January 2014
Student Health Visitors have the opportunity to debate issues that are of up-most importance to them via a Student HV Question Time event to be held at the University on Tuesday 14 January 2014.


I LOVE HUD

This story published on Friday 10 January 2014
We want to know what you LOVE ABOUT HUD!


Make 2014 an enterprising year!

This story published on Monday 6 January 2014
Do you have an enterprising idea?


National Student Survey (NSS)

This story published on Monday 27 January 2014
The annual National Student Survey (NSS) opens on Monday 27 January


Postgraduate Open Day

This story published on Thursday 6 February 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00pm until 6.30pm


Refreshers' Week

This story published on Monday 20 January 2014
Monday 20 January – the fun begins.


Sports Centre Launch Event

This story published on Thursday 23 January 2014
Thursday 23 and Friday 24 January in Student Central


Spring Festival

This story published on Tuesday 4 February 2014
Friday 7 February - daytime and evening activities


Students’ Union Strategic Plan 2014-18

This story published on Wednesday 15 January 2014
Find out more about their big ideas for change


Thank you!

This story published on Wednesday 8 January 2014
The Festival of Carols raised £115


The Globe Innovation Centre granted planning approval

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Alan Lewis, the University of Huddersfield and 3M join forces to invest in a multi-million pound innovation and enterprise project


Female students anticipate lower salaries than male counterparts

This story published on Wednesday 22 January 2014
Business School research shows ‘gender pay gap’ is perceived by female students


Uni welcomes Careers representative from UNIST South Korea

This story published on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology come to Huddersfield for careers fact-finding visit


The wind gets up to speed

This story published on Monday 13 January 2014
Records are broken by a blustery December


Business graduate launches new furniture and home furnishings web

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Business Management graduate, Michael Burke has recently launched Zurleys, an online retail business


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