CDs produced for £3.5m ancient music research project

This story published on Thursday 28 July 2016
The CDs are a co-production between the University, European Music Archaeology Project and Delphian Records


Uni sponsors 2016 Innovation and Enterprise Award

This story published on Thursday 28 July 2016
The Innovation and Enterprise Award is part of the Examiner Business Award – deadline for entries is Friday 19 August


Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival double funding success

This story published on Thursday 28 July 2016
Over the course of two days, the HCMF secures two funding awards from Arts Council England totalling £274,000


University seals China partnerships in construction technology

This story published on Tuesday 26 July 2016
Memorandums of Understanding signed with Beijing’s Tsinghua University and with the Yunnan Arts University


Historian’s Digital Victorians project links with Canadians

This story published on Tuesday 26 July 2016
Using the latest digital technology to understand the past leads to transatlantic collaboration with Huron University College in Canada


New balls! Entrepreneurial spirit sets tone for tennis resurgence

This story published on Monday 25 July 2016
Lecturer Peter Emsell and director of Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club puts the case for survival of the UK’s amateur sporting clubs


Probing the origin of the world’s first farmers

This story published on Monday 25 July 2016
Ancient DNA reveals complex genetic history of Near East at dawn of agriculture


Funding confirmed for major Holocaust Heritage Centre

This story published on Friday 22 July 2016
The Holocaust Heritage and Learning Centre for the North of England is being developed in conjunction with Holocaust Survivors’ Friendship Association


£400k project researching the redoubtable reformer Emily Hobhouse

This story published on Thursday 21 July 2016
Dr Rebecca Gill joins three other universities for the The Emily Hobhouse Letters project backed by the AHRC


Psychopathy of 1,800 prisoners leads to novel diagnostic tool

This story published on Wednesday 20 July 2016
“…psychopathic traits uncontaminated with behavioural items can be used in the same way among participants with and without criminal history…”


Researchers seek new form of antidepressant

This story published on Wednesday 20 July 2016
“…response rates to the currently available antidepressants can be as low as 50 per cent…”


The good accountant

This story published on Friday 15 July 2016
Professor Chris Cowton, Dean of the Business School and founding Director of FEGReG, gave a keynote presentation on virtue ethics and accounting at the ASEPUC Congress held at the University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain on Friday 17th June.


Earnings Management and the Role of Governance and Directors

This story published on Thursday 14 July 2016
The Business School's Emerging Markets Research Group (EMERGE) heard Nouran Nabil, an Erasmus Mundus UNetBA scholarship holder from Egypt, present her research on 'The Governance Role of Board of Directors' Characteristics and Its Impact on Earnings Management'.


Professor Amon Chizema and women on corporate boards

This story published on Wednesday 13 July 2016
Amon Chizema, Professor of Strategy and Corporate Governance at the University of Birmingham, presented the key points from his research on what might facilitate – or hinder – the appointment of female directors on boards.


EGOS 2016: Power, talent and organization

This story published on Friday 8 July 2016
Professor Stephen Swailes, together with Dr John Lever, presented a paper at EGOS 2016 on power, talent and organization on 8 July 2016.


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