Work-life balance dissertation earns graduate top prize

This story published on Tuesday 21 July 2015
Business Management graduate Katharine Woodhead now starts her career in HR for Huddersfield firm Equi-Trek


Mikron Theatre deposits archive at the University

This story published on Wednesday 8 July 2015
The history of a unique waterways theatre company finds a canalside home at the University’s Heritage Quay,


Professor awarded for lifetime achievements with top award

This story published on Tuesday 7 July 2015
Professor John Colligon will receive the British Vacuum Council’s Senior Prize for 2015 and the John Yarwood Medal


Professor Collins Ntim receives a research grant award

This story published on Tuesday 7 July 2015
Professor Collins Ntim receives a research grant award from the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education


HRH The Duke of York, KG, to be appointed Chancellor

This story published on Thursday 2 July 2015
His Royal Highness will be installed as University Chancellor at the July Graduation Ceremonies


Uni central in European particle accelerator’s strategic future

This story published on Tuesday 30 June 2015
Professor Rob Edgecock pioneers Applications of Particle Accelerators in Europe project aimed at raising awareness and boosting funding for accelerator research


Families and Intergenerational Relationships holds 1st symposium

This story published on Monday 29 June 2015
The research group’s first symposium was designed to “strengthen and develop existing networks and provide the opportunity for new partnerships”


Huddersfield students star at RSC event to boost science teaching

This story published on Saturday 27 June 2015
Royal Society of Chemistry special event to investigate ways to boost science teaching in schools and HE


Private Finance and the UK Highways Agency

This story published on Friday 26 June 2015
On 15th June 2015 Professor Istemi Demirag spoke to FEGReG members and students about the findings of a study, conducted jointly with Dr Salman Ahmad and Prof. Ciaran Connelly, into a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) project commissioned by the UK Highways Agency.


Lego Serious Play aids history undergrads to express in words

This story published on Wednesday 24 June 2015
“...after a session with the Lego, first-year undergraduates can be much more ready, willing and able to develop and express their ideas in words...”


Personality tests would make the military more effective

This story published on Tuesday 23 June 2015
Researcher Dr Merle Parmak argues that military personality tests should be used to determine whether recruits are suitable for combat or better fitted to roles behind the lines


Faculty unveils two new research centres within a month

This story published on Friday 19 June 2015
School of Art, Design and Architecture launches the Innovative Design Lab and the Centre for Urban Design, Architecture and Sustainability


National Women in Engineering Day 2015

This story published on Thursday 18 June 2015
Join us at the University of Huddersfield for National Women in Engineering Day 2015 as we celebrate the achievements of women in engineering.


Machine tool accuracy to rise to new level

This story published on Thursday 11 June 2015
Dr Andrew Longstaff has received an EPSRC High Value Manufacturing Catapult Fellowship to bring commercial reality to cutting-edge research


2015 National Teaching Fellowship makes it eight years in a row

This story published on Wednesday 10 June 2015
Dr Jonathan Glazzard's NTF project will address homophobia at primary school age


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