Professor Jawad Syed to present paper at AOM

This story published on Tuesday 31 May 2016
Professor Jawad Syed is presenting a paper at South Asian Academy of Management (AOM) entitled 'South Asian Muslim women and leadership at work in the UK'.


Professor Jawad Syed to present a paper at EURAM 2016

This story published on Tuesday 31 May 2016
Professor Jawad Syed to present a paper entitled Postcolonialism, Power and Diversity at the EURAM 2016.


The forgotten man and his work… remembered

This story published on Thursday 26 May 2016
Few have heard of Huddersfield statistician George H. Wood, whose work is archived in Heritage Quay, but now his work has been brought to life by the University’s motion graphics students


20 years of study culminates in PhD for Qatari engineer

This story published on Wednesday 25 May 2016
Now, Dr Abdulrahman Al-Braik actively encourages other Qatari students to study at the University of Huddersfield


Wound expert appointed professor

This story published on Tuesday 24 May 2016
“…it is all about preventing skin damage in people who may be at risk…”


The Conversation - sharing opinions on topical news

This story published on Tuesday 24 May 2016
University wants academics and researchers to take part


Spellweaving - Ancient Music from the Highlands of Scotland

This story published on Monday 23 May 2016
Newly released is the CD Spellweaving – Ancient Music from the Highlands of Scotland. Highland Spellweaving have recreated bagpipe music from a Scottish manuscript of the 1790s, much of which is drawn from centuries-old traditions.


Ulster Loyalist perspectives on the IRA and Irish Republicanism

This story published on Wednesday 18 May 2016
Professor Jim McAuley talks to members and former members of Loyalist paramilitary groups to find out what they really think of the Republican counterparts


£124,950 for global collaboration to address UK security threats

This story published on Tuesday 17 May 2016
Professor Paul Thomas is to collaborate with Victoria University, Australia, in a new project funded by the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST)


“It’s not what you say, it’s the way that you say it.”

This story published on Monday 16 May 2016
Celebrated linguist, writer and broadcaster Professor David Crystal gives the second annual Babel Lecture


Narrative Therapy masterclasses go from strength to strength

This story published on Sunday 15 May 2016
Collaborative approach with Canada’s King’s University College leads to Memorandum of Understanding


Mad dogs and Englishmen – mental health and the rulers of the Raj

This story published on Thursday 12 May 2016
Research shows high level of mental health issues of the men and women who went out to rule the Raj in India


Bimbling about – political insight into what is and what could be

This story published on Thursday 12 May 2016
Dr Alex Bridger argues that psychogeography – basically wandering around or bimbling – provides important insights into the nature of society and the urban environment


One size fits all – not the case for child sexual abuse

This story published on Wednesday 11 May 2016
“…victims’ recovery from abuse could be made more difficult if it is assumed that their experiences were irreparably damaging …”


Humans in Southern Arabia 10,000 years earlier than first thought

This story published on Tuesday 10 May 2016
New evidence shows that there was an Ice Age refugium in Arabia, possibly on the Red Sea plains, and that the people dispersed and populated Arabia and the Horn of Africa


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