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Researchers develop device that simulates gastro-intestinal tract

This story published on Friday 28 March 2014
New device simulates the gastro-intestinal tract and how it absorbs medication


Un Grand Succès for Logistics!

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
French students have swapped the busy Parisian boulevards for the rolling Pennines of Huddersfield


University welcomes growing link with Benghazi University

This story published on Thursday 27 March 2014
Huddersfield already welcomes over 200 Libyan students and this will now increase


Photography student makes shortlist for GuardianWitness Awards

This story published on Wednesday 26 March 2014
First year student uses Grandfather's WWI artwork to show a British perspective on the war


“Made in Yorkshire” – a brand in the making

This story published on Monday 24 March 2014
Yorkshire’s textile heritage could be the stimulant for a global fashion brand


Professor's scheme stems the rise of far-right beliefs

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
The Think Project, co-written by Huddersfield’s Professor Paul Thomas, is unveiled at the House of Commons


A new approach to sickness absence – the telephone

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
Researchers show that telephonic support is a key component in helping more people return to work from sick leave


Research endorses decision to fund Offenders’ Families Helpline

This story published on Thursday 20 March 2014
Hudds research demonstrates the success of the Offenders’ Families Helpline as the only means of family members contacting loved ones in prison


Art and Design lectures with Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev

This story published on Tuesday 18 March 2014
“The most influential thinker in the contemporary art world” visits Huddersfield


Disabled people with Learning Disabilities and Civil Society

This story published on Friday 14 March 2014
Postgraduate Research Forum seminar forms precursor to British Sociological Association conference with wide-ranging themes


New Director for FEGReG

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
The Financial Ethics and Governance Group (FEGReG), based at the University of Huddersfield Business School, has a new director, Professor Collins Ntim.


Three student nurses selected for Nursing Times awards

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
Winners announced at 1 May ceremony


Huddersfield Weather Watch for February 2014

This story published on Monday 10 March 2014
Very mild, but very wet!


Hi-Tech success

This story published on Friday 7 March 2014
Technology Brands Choose Huddersfield Marketing Students


Sustainable supply chains

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
New professor looks at the risks to the supply chain from extremes of climate to economic upheaval and political unrest


Legal Advice Clinic in the running for top ‘pro-bono’ award

This story published on Friday 7 March 2014
Following an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the opening of the Legal Advice Clinic


Students to Present at the Association of Law Teachers Conference

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
The Association of Law Teachers will be holding its annual conference at the Queens Hotel, Leeds


Verbal and physical aggression towards NHS staff on the increase

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Hudds researchers call for major ‘de-escalation’ survey


‘Lean thinking’ – the way to improving the NHS for patients

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Professor applies Toyota’s ‘lean thinking’ system to NHS


Gender and Sexuality Research – Compulsory Sexuality seminar

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Gender and sexuality network, sexgen, launches in Huddersfield


ABC syringe wins the World Design Impact Prize 2014

This story published on Monday 3 March 2014
International recognition for the Reader’s design which has the potential to save thousands of lives


Simon's a Scientist - Get him out of here!

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Huddersfield PhD Student is one of five nuclear physicists to take part in national outreach competition


Arena 51: Safe, Secure and Challenging?

This story published on Tuesday 1 April 2014
Booking is now open for Arena 51 on Wednesday 30 April 2014


Huddersfield Hanover Literary Research partnership

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
The 24th through the 26th of February 2014 a delegation of six researchers in literature from the Leibniz University..


Findings of the COPING Project presented to Askham Grange prison

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Senior Lecturer within the Department of Social Work, Ben Raikes and Martin Manby, Director of the Nationwide Children's Research Centre, were key note speakers at conference ‘Children and Families Coping with Custody’, held on 26 February at Askham Grange women’s prison.


Postgraduate Open Day

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00-6.30pm


Postgraduate Open Day

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00-6.30pm in Quayside


Politics graduate Nosheen becomes first SU Muslim woman president

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
Nosheen Dad, Politics graduate from the University, has become the first Muslim woman President of the Students' Union and hopes her year in office will change perceptions of Asian women and encourage other women to seek leadership roles.


Support Staff Conference

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
Wednesday 16 April – booking is now open!


Team Hud want your feedback

This story published on Thursday 6 March 2014
What do you think of the Get Active sessions?


Nursing student becomes RCN Regional Student Representative

This story published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
Kevin Hall, second year Nursing (Mental Health) BSc(Hons) student has become the Royal College of Nursing Regional Student Representative for Yorkshire and Humberside and will represent the regional student nursing voice on the national student committee.


International Progression Open Day

This story published on Thursday 6 March 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00-5.00pm


International Progression Open Day

This story published on Thursday 6 March 2014
Thursday 13 March, 1.00-5.00pm


Take on Team Hud

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
Think you've got what it takes to beat Team Hud?


Various events planned to celebrate World Social Work Day

This story published on Thursday 6 March 2014
The Division of Social Work has planned numerous events and activities surrounding the celebrations of World Social Work Day, outlined in their recent newsletter.


Student Safety Prize Winners

This story published on Friday 7 March 2014
Prize winners announced


Undergraduate Recruitment Activity

This story published on Friday 14 March 2014
Book your place to find out more on Tuesday 18 March


Politics launches new blog

This story published on Friday 7 March 2014
The Politics department at the University has launched its own blog, ‘Harold Wilson’s Pipe’.


Fairtrade Market

This story published on Monday 10 March 2014
Tuesday 11 March, 11.00am to 2.30pm


Employable Me!

This story published on Friday 7 March 2014
Meet the new face of the Careers and Employability Service


University’s Nursing students set up new society

This story published on Monday 10 March 2014
The University of Huddersfield Nursing Society has been set up by three final year Nursing students in order to enable fellow students to meet and exchange ideas, ultimately make friends and keep in contact with other students in the various branches of nursing.


Employable Me!

This story published on Monday 10 March 2014
Careers and Employability launch EmployableME!


Discover: new research magazine launched

This story published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
Find out what's happening in Research


Overcoming Challenges to Pursue My Dream in Politics

This story published on Monday 10 March 2014
Second year Politics student, Gemma Pickering intently shares with us snippets of her life on the Politics blog, 'Harold Wilson's Pipe'.


Nutritionist takes to the airwaves

This story published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
Nutrition and Health Course Leader Dr Deborah Pufal appeared on this morning’s BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast programme to discuss a new Government report suggesting that young people’s diets contain too much salt.


A Focus on Family Support: An Evening of Celebration

This story published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
A celebratory evening was held on Wednesday 7 March 2014, as part of the IRCAHS 2013/14 Public Lecture Series. Entitled ‘Focus on Family Support’, the evening comprised of three short lectures focusing on the importance of family focused support, whilst celebrating the work of the Nationwide Children’s Research Centre (NCRC).


Research Leadership Forum

This story published on Wednesday 19 March 2014
Huddersfield University Press


Drop-in sessions with the Enterprise Team

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
27 March, 24 April and 29 May


University Book Club

This story published on Wednesday 19 March 2014
Do you love reading? Join the next book club on 28 April


New Employee Benefits

This story published on Friday 14 March 2014
The latest employee benefits for staff


International Week unites the campus

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
Friendships made, cultures exchanged and the campus entertained


Steve Lyon is shortlisted for the CPHV Awards 2014

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
Steve Lyon, Senior Lecturer in Nursing, has been shortlisted for the Community Practitioner and Health Visitor Awards 2014.


Bruce Myers performance

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
Friday 21 March at 7.30pm


Politics staff and students collaborate on 'My England?' project

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
Politics staff and students are working together on a research project that seeks to develop knowledge of how English identity is understood by students and staff on the University of Huddersfield campus.


Talk by Dr Susan Billingham

This story published on Friday 14 March 2014
Tuesday 18 March, 4.30pm to 5.45pm


Arabic Day

This story published on Monday 17 March 2014
Wednesday 19 March, 11.00am to 3.00pm in Central Services Building Atrium


Support Staff Conference

This story published on Tuesday 18 March 2014
Behind the scenes with our Event Management students


WISE Student Colloquium

This story published on Monday 17 March 2014
Calling all female maths, physics and engineering students


WISE Student Colloquium

This story published on Tuesday 18 March 2014
Spread the word to your female maths, physics and engineering students


Cycling Challenge

This story published on Tuesday 18 March 2014
Students and staff to compete in cycle challenge


Linguistics Research Seminar

This story published on Monday 17 March 2014
Wednesday 19 March, 2.30pm


Students’ Union Elections 2014

This story published on Tuesday 18 March 2014
Voting is open!


Enterprising Easter

This story published on Monday 24 March 2014
Hop along to the Enterprise Team's Easter Events on Monday 31 March and Thursday 3 April


Nowruz (New Year) Celebrations

This story published on Wednesday 19 March 2014
Friday 21 March, 11.00am to 3.00pm, in Central Services Building Atrium


Free Legal Drop In Sessions at the Legal Advice Clinic

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
In another innovative move the Legal Advice Clinic


Tour de France 100 day countdown festival

This story published on Monday 24 March 2014
Join the countdown on Thursday 27 March, 11.00am to 3.00pm in Student Central


A Talk by Dr. Susan Billingham

This story published on Wednesday 19 March 2014
The Yorkshire Network for Canadian Studies


Research Festival Poster Competition 2014

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
Enter NOW for your chance to win!


New Quantitative Research methods training unit is launched

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
A new and unique training unit has been launched as part of the School of Human and Health Sciences called the Quantitative Research Methods Training Unit (QRM-TU).


DART (Donated art) exhibition 2014

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
Arts and Crafts exhibition in the Business School on Weds 26 March


Short films about our research

This story published on Monday 24 March 2014
Take a look at some of the applied social science research activity


The Watt and the How of Clean Energy: Batteries Required

This story published on Tuesday 25 March 2014
Another chance to hear Dr Pooja Panchmatia's lecture


Important Changes to Pension Rules

This story published on Tuesday 25 March 2014
Latest Update from Human Resources


New Pre & Post Award system

This story published on Wednesday 26 March 2014
Making it easier to manage research and enterprise bids and proposals


Safety Awareness Student Support Fair

This story published on Friday 28 March 2014
Thursday 3 April, 11.00am to 2.00pm


Safety Awareness Student Support Fair

This story published on Friday 28 March 2014
Thursday 3 April, 11.00am to 2.00pm


When French Music meets Jazz

This story published on Thursday 27 March 2014
Professorial Lecture with speaker: Professor Deborah Mawer


Graphic Design graduates recent news and success

This story published on Wednesday 26 March 2014
Rick Jones, Robert Loeber and Daniel Lambert-Maddocks fill us in on their recent news


Do you want to become a Special Constable?

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
Find out how on Friday 4 April, 10.00am – 3.30pm


Keep your property safe

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
Look out for the star stickers


Teaching and Learning Conference

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
Monday 23 June 2014 – booking now open


Calling all postgraduate students

This story published on Tuesday 29 April 2014
We want your feedback


Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)

This story published on Wednesday 30 April 2014
Feedback wanted from our Postgraduate students and staff


Talk by Dr Gillian Roberts

This story published on Friday 28 March 2014
Tuesday 1 April, 4.30-5.45pm in WG/13


Support Staff Conference

This story published on Friday 4 April 2014
Wednesday 16 April – last few places left!


Research Leadership Forum

This story published on Wednesday 2 April 2014
Tuesday 13 May, 4.00 – 5.00pm in George Buckley Lecture theatre


Let’s Move Challenge

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
Take part in Team Hud’s latest challenge


Updating your e-mail signature

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
Take a few minutes to update the Open Day information on your e-mail signature


IRCAHS launches six short films about their research

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
The Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences has launched six short films about their research, providing a few examples of the variety of applied social science research undertaken at the University.


IRCAHS research showcased at this year’s Research Festival

This story published on Tuesday 1 April 2014
The Human and Health Sciences research institute, IRCAHS will showcase a variety of research examples at this year's annual Research Festival.


Facebook & Marketing Communications’ Efforts of Fast Food Chain

This story published on Thursday 29 May 2014
Due to the modernisation of Egyptian society in the past 50 years and the ongoing difficult economic conditions


Destination Tripivia!

This story published on Wednesday 29 May 2013
Michael Burke launches New Hotel Comparison Website


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