Head of Accountancy, Finance and Economics second term on ICAEW

This story published on Friday 28 April 2017
University’s Head of Accountancy, Finance and Economics invited for second term on the governing body of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales


Archaeogeneticist pinpoints Indian origins using today’s populace

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
PhD student Marina Silva identifies the origins of Indian populations comprising migrating humans from Africa, Iran and Central Asia over a period of 50,000 years


Pharmacist takes key role brokering NICE accreditation for RPS

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
Dr Mahendra Patel’s positions with NICE and RPS enabled him to unite the pair


Uni’s CPT takes lead role in £1m CNC servitisation plan

This story published on Wednesday 26 April 2017
The CNC servitisation scheme will see businesses purchasing the capacity to manufacture products whilst the servitisation provider retains responsibility for the machinery and its smooth running


Chancellor opens the new £28 million Oastler Building

This story published on Tuesday 25 April 2017
At the opening, the University’s Chancellor, HRH The Duke of York, met various firms that had worked on the project


Duke of York’s Inspiring Digital Enterprise Awards launched

This story published on Tuesday 25 April 2017
Inspiring Digital Enterprise Awards (iDEA) – free and open to all ages – are described as “bite-sized challenges that help teach digital and enterprise skills”


The Duke of York Young Entrepreneur Awards 2017

This story published on Monday 24 April 2017
Entrepreneurs from 16 start-up businesses received the award on the day from HRH The Duke of York


Global manufacturer turns a profit without harming environment

This story published on Friday 21 April 2017
The Centre for Sustainable and Resilient Communities welcomed Purchasing Director Barry Townsend of global carpet tile manufacturers Interface to explain how


Modern slavery forum questions the effectiveness of the NRM

This story published on Wednesday 12 April 2017
“…the panel agreed that the National Referral Mechanism was not fit for purpose due to nationwide inconsistencies in the way victims are reported…”


New app offers ancient sights and sounds of sites like Stonehenge

This story published on Wednesday 12 April 2017
Unlike other computer game-like walkarounds, the Huddersfield app enables the user to hear what an ancient site used to sound like by integrating acoustic modelling


Luddite Memorial Lecture by Dr Katrina Navickas

This story published on Tuesday 11 April 2017
With a government clampdown on public assemblies in the early 1800s, protests movements in towns like Huddersfield would organise large gatherings outside borough boundaries


New research shows women took the lead in early days of the NHS

This story published on Friday 7 April 2017
New discovery shows women in the 1950s, not just as nurses, but in labs, handling high-tech procedures and running most aspects of hospital life


Sir Patrick Stewart returns to the University for a two-day visit

This story published on Thursday 6 April 2017
Sir Patrick viewed the Institute of Railway Research and Future Metrology Hub, lunched with international students and offered advice to drama students in an acting masterclass


Hudds joins the Times Higher’s world top 200 “young universities”

This story published on Thursday 6 April 2017
Internationalisation is cited as a key reason for success in the newly-released 2017 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings


Migrant Asian women remembered ‘home’ through food and song

This story published on Monday 3 April 2017
The first migrant Pakistani and Indian women revived memories of home through ancient songs and recipes handed down from mother to daughter


ITV Anchor Nina Hossain named 'guest editor' for Friday news day.

This story published on Saturday 1 April 2017
Nina Hossain, ITN newsreader and holder of a University of Huddersfield honorary degree, agreed to be ‘guest editor’ for the day to our third year BA(Hons) Broadcast Journalism students on Friday.


Dimensions of Jaan-pehchaan and its B2B relationship outcomes

This story published on Monday 3 April 2017
The Business School’s Strategy and International Business Research Group (SIB) heard Dr Ziko Konwar from University of Leeds present his research on "Dimensions of Jaan-pehchaan and its B2B relationship outcomes".


The Annual Luddite Memorial Lecture 2017

This story published on Monday 3 April 2017
Wednesday 5 April


Support Staff Conference Programme announced

This story published on Tuesday 4 April 2017
Tuesday 11 April


Public Lecture and Debate with Professor Stefan Selke

This story published on Thursday 6 April 2017
Food banks as moral enterprises: Friday 21 April


Engage Research Festival

This story published on Wednesday 19 April 2017
Tuesday 25 April – Friday 28 April


China Children and Teenagers’ Foundation

This story published on Monday 10 April 2017
University staff and students to visit China and hand over our donation


Research survey for staff

This story published on Monday 10 April 2017
Staff encouraged to complete CROS and PIRLS survey


Information for international students

This story published on Thursday 6 April 2017
International webinars coming up


Marketing students make it to the L'Oreal London Finals

This story published on Wednesday 5 April 2017
Teams Innovision and Hybris from Huddersfield Business School secure a place at the L'Oreal Brandstorm National Final in London.


Access to the new Oastler Building

This story published on Monday 17 April 2017
From Tuesday 18 April


Huddersfood Easter Holiday Openings

This story published on Thursday 6 April 2017
Limited catering: 10 April until 2 May


Support Staff Conference 2017

This story published on Friday 7 April 2017
Celebrate, Communicate and Innovate


Planning Team shortlisted for Times Higher Education Award

This story published on Tuesday 11 April 2017
Outstanding Strategic Planning Team


Assignment Extension system

This story published on Friday 7 April 2017
Currently not processing requests


Joseph Priestley Refurbishment

This story published on Tuesday 18 April 2017
Changes to be aware of from Monday 24 April


HRM students SHARPEN their skills with charity

This story published on Monday 10 April 2017
Five Master's students from Huddersfield Business School have been undertaking an intensive study week project with the organisation SHARPEN (SME's HRM Attraction, Retention and Performance Enhancement Network).


Spring into fitness

This story published on Wednesday 19 April 2017
Spring offers coming up at Team Hud


Exam Stress Event

This story published on Tuesday 18 April 2017
Tuesday 18 April 2017 to Thursday 25 May 2017


Exam Stress Event

This story published on Tuesday 18 April 2017
Tuesday 18 April 2017 to Thursday 25 May 2017


Important information for European students

This story published on Thursday 13 April 2017
No immediate changes for current European students of the University


Finance Team shortlisted for Times Higher Education Award

This story published on Tuesday 18 April 2017
Outstanding Financial Performance Award


Applicant Visit Day Parking

This story published on Tuesday 25 April 2017
Saturday 29 April


ADA Away Day

This story published on Wednesday 19 April 2017
Wednesday 19 April


Record Store Day

This story published on Thursday 20 April 2017
Free event at Heritage Quay


SU Thank You Awards

This story published on Friday 21 April 2017
Celebrating the exceptional hard work of staff members


Wannasee Live Music Festival

This story published on Tuesday 2 May 2017
Exclusive staff discount: buy one and get one free


Explore the Open Mic Scene with a different kind of Symposium

This story published on Friday 21 April 2017
When thinking about lectures and discussions the open mic scene does not come to mind as an appropriate topic. However the University of Huddersfield, School of Music, Humanities and Media, welcomes you to a unique event on 6 May which offers a mix of performance and informal discussion for performers, artists, audiences and thinkers. This is a part of the Sound.Vision.Place series.


Bringing the Local into Focus

This story published on Monday 24 April 2017
Dr Alex Kevill from Huddersfield University along with Dr Uzair Shah from Lancaster University giving a seminar on Bringing the Local into Focus: Researching Social Entrepreneurship within Transnational Management Education.


The Staff Quiz is back

This story published on Wednesday 3 May 2017
Friday 12 May - Student Central


Huddersfield Jazz

This story published on Tuesday 25 April 2017
Experience the Switzerland based Jazz trio Vein on Saturday 29 April


Marketing students get a taste for consultancy

This story published on Monday 24 April 2017
Marketing students tasted what it's like to be a market research consultant during a live consultancy project with local company 'Epicure Bar and Kitchen'.


Challenge Cup Final event at Heritage Quay

This story published on Wednesday 26 April 2017
Saturday 29 April


School of Education and Professional Development Away Day

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
Friday 28 April


Part-time jobs available

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
Deadline to apply - Sunday 7 May


Bishop of Huddersfield to deliver lecture

This story published on Wednesday 10 May 2017
Thursday 18 May - 6.30pm


Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
Book your MOT now


Singing, dancing and cocktails...

This story published on Thursday 27 April 2017
Everyone welcome to join in the fun


Inspired Huddersfield Festival 2017

This story published on Tuesday 2 May 2017
Celebrating art, design and architecture


China Children and Teenagers' Foundation

This story published on Tuesday 2 May 2017
Update on school visit


Marketing Students Win L’Oreal Brandstorm Tech Challenge Award

This story published on Tuesday 2 May 2017
For the sixth year running Huddersfield marketing students were represented in the national Brandstorm finals in London. The competition is hosted by L’Oreal and aims to develop student marketing talent through an innovative competitive project based around the company’s brands.


General Elections 2017

This story published on Wednesday 10 May 2017
Your chance to make your voice heard


Subject Specialist Conference 2017

This story published on Monday 15 May 2017
In April, the School of Education and Professional Development was privileged to welcome onto campus four hundred trainees nearing the end of their two-year, In Service in Teacher Education course for their annual, two-day Specialist Conference. This exciting and vibrant event enables them to share their scholarship and expertise in the teaching of their subject to others who teach the same or a similar discipline. Trainees from across our whole Consortium of partner institutions, which stretches from the North East to Suffolk.


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