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Chancellor’s Prize for Outstanding Achievement

This story published on Thursday 31 July 2014
27 School of Art, Design and Architecture graduates receive the Chancellor’s Prize for Outstanding Achievement


Graphics graduate at D&AD

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Laura Hudson, Graphic Design graduate selected for the Design and Art Direction (D&AD) New Blood Exhibition


Town and Gowns

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
University of Huddersfield’s Summer 2014 Graduate Fashion Show


Fashion Design student on placement with Fyodor Golan

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
Our Fashion Design with Textiles student, Emily Cliffe shares her four month placement experience behind the creative label Fyodor Golan in London.


Great success for Art, Design and Architecture Graduate Shows

This story published on Thursday 10 July 2014
A round-up of the degree shows from final year students in Art, Design and Architecture


Textiles student showcases her talent at New Designers

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
Samantha Williamson Textile Crafts graduate talks to us about exhibiting in London


Costume with Textiles students on placement with Northern Ballet

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
Working with an award winning and professional team of designers, students have developed and gained a valuable experience in the area of Costume Design


Architect Ecaterina graduates with average marks of 84.6

This story published on Wednesday 16 July 2014
The world is her oyster as Romanian student Ecaterina travels first to Vietnam and now to India


Audrey collects her PhD and now looks to her next project

This story published on Tuesday 22 July 2014
Dr Audrey Robinson-Maynard’s new project is a “shared care” business that would mean older people having more say over their care


Biology students top the sciences at graduation

This story published on Friday 18 July 2014
Laura and Ralf receive Chancellor’s Prizes with exceptionally high marks of 84.4% and 86.7%


Celebrated organic chemist receives honorary doctorate

This story published on Wednesday 16 July 2014
Professor Guy Lloyd-Jones, a Huddersfield alumnus, returns to receive his award


Charlotte Gaunt is the top student at the July graduations

This story published on Thursday 24 July 2014
Charlotte gained the highest average mark of 89.33% and now embarks on a career in primary teaching


CerEd/PGCE in-service students graduate from Kirklees Colle

This story published on Monday 14 July 2014
Professor Roy Fisher represented the School and University at the Kirklees College graduation, where some of the Cert Ed/PGCE Lifelong Learning teacher training students, who took the University of Huddersfield award, were studying and recently graduated.


Chancellor’s prize winners 2014!

This story published on Monday 21 July 2014
Congratulations are due to Adele Taylor, a Childhood Studies BA(Hons) final years student, who is one of the winners of the 2014 Chancellor’s Prizes, awarded for her excellent final award results.


Charlotte Gaunt is the top student at the July graduations

This story published on Wednesday 30 July 2014
WHEN a group of Barnsley children start their schooling in September, one of their teachers will be a former student who achieved the highest mark out of thousands who graduated from the University of Huddersfield in July 2014. And Charlotte Gaunt has a passionate belief in the crucial importance of primary education, which is often not given the respect it deserves, she argues.


Lindsey chalks a high mark of 89.2% and now looks to a Master’s

This story published on Wednesday 30 July 2014
LINDSEY Emerton – herself the mother of an eight-year-old boy – is convinced that, for the sake of their development, children need to be playing and socialising, not slumped in front of a TV screen or surfing the web.


Sir John's call for creativity recognition in schools

This story published on Thursday 24 July 2014
This week, Sir John Sorelli has received his honorary award from the University's Chancellor Professor Sir Patrick Stewart at the graduation ceremony.


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.


William Northam Winner 2014

This story published on Tuesday 15 July 2014
Claire Hamilton, a final year Childhood Studies BA(Hons) has been selected to receive the 2014 William Northam Prize after being nominated by Course Leader Ceri Daniels and Head of Division Dr Andrew Youde.


Lecturer supports Commonwealth Games as part of Physio team

This story published on Wednesday 23 July 2014
Emma Knott, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy is part of the physiotherapy team supporting the Commonwealth Games.


First Bishop of Huddersfield receives honorary doctorate

This story published on Monday 28 July 2014
The Rt Revd Tony Robinson receives an Honorary Doctorate of the University


Former President of the Law Society receives honorary award

This story published on Monday 28 July 2014
Huddersfield graduate and former President of the Law Society Nick Fluck receives an Honorary Doctorate of the University


Chancellor Sir Patrick Stewart goes global for Huddersfield

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
The University of Huddersfield sent its top team to the British Council’s prestigious, three-day Going Global Conference, which took place this year at Miami International Convention Center.


Hats off to our successful graduates

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
Awards season came to Huddersfield in July as the University of Huddersfield celebrated its graduates.


Erasmus exchange student shares experience through Politics blog

This story published on Wednesday 16 July 2014
Gérémy Abeille came to Huddersfield as an exchange student from the University of Toulon, France as part of the Erasmus programme. Since moving back to Toulon, he kindly shared his experiences in an open and honest blog entry to the 'Harold Wilson's Pipe'.


Hewlett Packard Vice-President receives honorary doctorate

This story published on Monday 21 July 2014
Philip Darnell, a Huddersfield alumnus, returns to receive his award


'The Changing Nature of Diabetes' Hudd supports annual conference

This story published on Tuesday 15 July 2014
A one day diabetes conference to be held on 11 November will provide a valuable and stimulating update for GPs, community and practice nurses, dieticians, podiatrists, pharmacists and all those working in the delivery of diabetes care.


'Troubling Narratives: Identity Matters' conference great success

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
'Troubling Narratives: Identity Matters' conference, held at the University on 19 and 20 June 2014 at the University, is a great success with two keynote speakers, 70 panel papers and 120 delegates.


Britishness Group event on Scottish Independence referendum held

This story published on Monday 30 June 2014
A Britishness Group event on Scottish Independence referendum held in Belfast in June this year, with contributions from CRISS researchers Dr Andy Mycock and Dr Catherine McGlynn.


BSA conference success for CRISS research students

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
British Sociological Association conference on 18 June 2014 was a great success for Centre for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)research students.


Dr Woodiwiss elected as BSA study group convenor

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
Dr Jo Woodiwiss has been elected as Co-Convenor of the British Sociological Association (BSA) Families and Relationships (FAR) study group.


CRISS Director launches new book on Democratic Unionist Party

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
On 17 June 2014, a new book on the Democratic Unionist Party was launched in Belfast, co-authored by Centre for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS) Director, Professor Jim McAuley.


ESRC Festival of Social Science event in Nov 2014 on adoption

This story published on Friday 11 July 2014
Dr Jo Woodiwiss has been awarded a grant by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to run a Festival of Social Science event on adoption with Dr Kate Wood from the division of Social Work.


Inadequate support in schools for diabetic children

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
“...teenage diabetics might become self-conscious about their condition and neglect their medication ... ignorance among other pupils can lead to bullying...”


New book under contract with Palgrave

This story published on Monday 14 July 2014
Dr Jo Woodiwiss has signed a book contract for an edited collection on Opportunities and Challenges for Feminist Narrative Research with Palgrave Macmillan.


New professor to expand Centre for Applied Childhood Studies

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
“...we will develop some new areas around the health and well-being of children and families, plus inter-generational relationships and parenting...”


Prof calls for new caring and responsive policies for child abuse

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
“...the number of maltreated children in England could be as much as 90 per cent higher than official figures show...”


Researcher offers a greater understanding of women child killers

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
Dr Helen Gavin’s research challenges the view that women who kill their children are monsters or psychotic


Huddersfield increases student employability figures

This story published on Thursday 31 July 2014
Job Ready report shows the University of Huddersfield to be among “the top universities for employability”


Huddersfield Weather Watch - June 2014

This story published on Friday 1 August 2014
Huddersfield experiences 6th warmest and 5th driest June


July Awards Ceremonies 2014

This story published on Friday 11 July 2014
During the course of the ceremonies, 3,148 students will receive their awards and they will be joined by more than 6,000 guests


Lindsey chalks a high mark of 89.2% and now looks to a Master’s

This story published on Thursday 24 July 2014
Lindsey Emerton’s 89.2% marks make her second highest at the July Graduations


Podiatry hosts customer service skills and communications event

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
In March 2014, a new initiative was undertaken at the University of Huddersfield to guide first year podiatry students on the importance of developing their customer service and communication skills when managing patients within podiatric practice.


Prime-time for crime scene scientist

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
Dr Anna Williams has been awarded one of the British Science Association’s Media Fellowships


Psychology graduate’s dissertation accepted by academic journal

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
Carolyn’s ground-breaking research shows that there could be increased numbers of psychopaths in senior managerial positions


Rail conference looks at the controversies of The Connected North

This story published on Friday 4 July 2014
The Connected North rail conference will be held at the University of Huddersfield on Friday 11 July


Romanian graduate receives Chancellor’s Prize and heads to India

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
Award-winning architecture student Ecaterina Raluca Stefanescu (pictured) already has a truly global outlook.


Research resource in weekly Learning Disability Practice journal

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
Stacey Atkinson, Senior Nurse Lecturer in Learning Disabilities compiles the weekly Research round-up in the Learning Disability Practice journal, providing up to date insights into research projects surrounding various topics within learning disability practice.


Rio-bound researcher to deliver two papers at world conference

This story published on Tuesday 8 July 2014
Luke looks at sport and exercise and its beneficial effects on mental health and wellbeing


Santander bank on campus

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
The University's Chancellor, Sir Patrick Stewart, officially opened a Santander branch on campus


Chemistry PhD Success

This story published on Wednesday 16 July 2014
Ahmed Elmekawy defends his thesis


Double Award Success for Nutrition and Health

This story published on Friday 25 July 2014
Nutrition and Health are celebrating after two of its students won prizes recently


Huddersfield to host Biology Conference

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
British Society for Protist Biology Spring Meeting 2015 to be held in Huddersfield


Chancellor’s Prize winners

This story published on Wednesday 23 July 2014
Congratulations to all winners of the Chancellor’s Prizes for 2014 from the School of Computing and Engineering


Creating reliable turbocharger compressors for the small car

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Doctoral student seeks the more resilient, longer-lasting turbocharger compressors for the average family and small car


Top marks for high-flying US-based engineer

This story published on Tuesday 22 July 2014
Now Andrew will return to Huddersfield to undertake his PhD in the rapidly advancing field of additive manufacturing


Uni and Smallpeice Trust combine to find future rail engineers

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
Institute of Railway Research chosen to host the rail engineering residential course by the Smallpeice Trust


Uni joins strategic partnership with National Physical Laboratory

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
The partnership will lead to a centre of excellence for advanced manufacturing metrology and a new base for the NPL at Huddersfield


Should Yorkshire have Special Minority Status like Cornwall?

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
Dr Pete Woodcock poses the question in dual survey to get Yorkshire’s opinion of its identity


Sir John calls for a greater recognition of creativity in schools

This story published on Monday 21 July 2014
“...I think everybody in this country should have the opportunity to be creative as well as literate and numerate,” says honorary award recipient Sir John Sorrell


Sir Patrick Stewart officially opened Santander branch on campus

This story published on Friday 18 July 2014
Sir Patrick Stewart, officially opened Santander branch on campus


Catering arrangements during Graduation

This story published on Thursday 10 July 2014
Monday 14 July to Wednesday 23 July


Employee Benefits Update

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Health Shield visit on Monday 7 July, 9.00am to 2.00pm


First student to complete the Doctor of Business Administration

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
Jacqueline Hall has recently completed her Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), making her the first student to graduate with a DBA at the University of Huddersfield.


First issue of new research magazine published

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
Discover is now available


Happy Campus Quiz

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
Save the date for Friday 19 September


Huddersfield Marathon Band needs your votes

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
Voting closes on Saturday 23 August


Library entrance and Level 4 to be refurbished

This story published on Wednesday 16 July 2014
The Library entrance and a large part of Floor 4 of the University Library are being refurbished this summer


New edition of The HINT

This story published on Tuesday 22 July 2014
The latest edition of our international newsletter


Printing Services

This story published on Thursday 28 August 2014
Beat the rush and submit your printing jobs now


Santander branch opening soon on campus

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
Monday 14 July


Staff breakfast in the Faith Centre

This story published on Friday 4 July 2014
Thursday 10 July, 7.30am to 9.30am


Staff Hub Survey

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
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The UKTI Graduate Talent for International Business

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
Launch event on Thursday 10 July


Tour de France photos

This story published on Tuesday 8 July 2014
Do you have any photos from last weekend?


Universities’ Superannuation Scheme (USS)

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
Possible changes


University Long Service Awards 2014

This story published on Friday 11 July 2014
Congratulations!


University reaps more awards

This story published on Friday 11 July 2014
Well done to everyone involved


Calling all Huddersfield JobShop users

This story published on Thursday 10 July 2014
We want your feedback


Enterprising Yorkshire Day

This story published on Monday 28 July 2014
Enterprising students and graduate join Yorkshire Day celebrations at Asda


Huddersfield Active Travel

This story published on Thursday 10 July 2014
Latest events and activities


Surface Design graduate talent spotted by London art gallery

This story published on Wednesday 30 July 2014
The work of Dan Matthews will feature at the Aram Gallery in Covent Garden


Bangladeshi student recognised by High Commissioner

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
The Assistant High Commissioner for Bangladesh, Mr Zokey Ahad, paid a farewell visit to the University of Huddersfield and met students from his homeland who had made a big success of their studies.


The Connected North Rail Conference debates regional rail future

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
Rail conference highlights contrasting views for connecting the North of England


The Huddersfield man who built The Shard and the Millennium Dome

This story published on Wednesday 23 July 2014
Bernard Ainsworth has a reputation in the construction industry for being the ‘ultimate’ project manager


Top science team reaches £2 million milestone

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
The University’s IPOS research unit, an Agilent Centre of Technological Excellence, now looks to expansion


Tour de France comes through Huddersfield

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
Huddersfield became the focal point in July for the worlds' greatest cycling race.


CSRC shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious 2014 Green Gown

This story published on Tuesday 29 July 2014
CSRC is a finalist in the Research & Development category of the 2014 Green Gown Awards.


HRM success for the Business School

This story published on Thursday 31 July 2014
Congratulations to Business School lecturer, Frances-Louise McGregor who has been recognised at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Awards for being the best Council Rep in the country.


The’ Supply Chain Experts’ show their expertise

This story published on Tuesday 15 July 2014
A student team called ‘The Supply Chain Experts’ have lived up to their name, winning the 2014 University of Huddersfield ‘Fresh Connection’ competition.


University’s transport degree pioneer steps down

This story published on Wednesday 30 July 2014
Huddersfield man Colin Bamford receives the award emeritus professor on his retirement


A Grand Day Out!

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
Yorkshire welcomed the riders and spectators in grand style for the Grand Depart hosting a party for 2 and half million visitors to the event


Zurleys’ Celebrity Style!

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Michael Burke, founder of online furniture store Zurleys has been stirring up a storm in the media world.


Huddersfield hosts international business launch

This story published on Thursday 17 July 2014
The University of Huddersfield, having played a key role in the development of the scheme, hosted the launch event, Graduate Talent for International Business in July.


Video games company takes on big boys ... with a little Uni help

This story published on Thursday 31 July 2014
3M BIC News – Red Kite Games
Video game Firefly Runner finds instant success in the 70 billion dollar gaming market


World interest in research work on the benefits of the Okra plant

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Carbohydrates from the Okra plant can improve the quality of food products such as butter, mayonnaise, yoghurt and fruit drinks


Yorkshire’s Tour de France supremo receives honorary doctorate

This story published on Tuesday 22 July 2014
Sir Rodney Walker is delighted to receive his honorary award


Young people getting involved in local politics

This story published on Friday 1 August 2014
My Country My Vote project by Politics staff and local politicians to ensure the voters of tomorrow play their full part in local democracy


‘Troubling Narratives: Identity Matters’ Conference

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
“...how narratives and story-telling are central to how we understand and establish social reality, our identities and our communities...”


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