Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference 2012

This story published on Tuesday 18 September 2012
Students and staff presented research findings at the 19th annual Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference at the University of Huddersfield on Wednesday 1st June 2012.


Four at the seaside

This story published on Saturday 1 September 2012
In April, four FEGReG PhD students made the trip from Huddersfield to the south coast of England


Newcastle, old and new

This story published on Saturday 1 September 2012
Two members of FEGReG attended the EBEN


Power to the people

This story published on Thursday 23 August 2012
University scientist’s key role in Anglo-Indian research into lithium super batteries


UK researchers aim to tackle railway challenges

This story published on Thursday 23 August 2012
Researchers from the new Institute of Railway Research at the University of Huddersfield intend to address one of the most complex issues in engineering – the relationship between a locomotive’s wheel and the rail.


The Polish alliance

This story published on Tuesday 21 August 2012
Universities of Huddersfield and Rzezsow could add nano-technology research to their zones of collaboration


Track to the future

This story published on Thursday 2 August 2012
Professor will make University of Huddersfield a leading centre for railway research


The Thought Process

This story published on Wednesday 1 August 2012
Professor Lee McCluskey and a £16 million project to create thinking robots


Lisa presents findings from ‘NEET’ research in Manchester

This story published on Monday 30 July 2012
Local Government Network interactive workshop: Anticipating the risks from the next generation

Dr Lisa Russell, researcher working on the Leverhulme ‘NEET’ (Not in Education, Employment or Training) research being undertaken in the School of Education and Professional Development, gave a presentation about the 'implications of the 'lost generation of unemployed youth' as part of a session that aimed to explore the effect of the economic downturn on young people. The workshop aimed to identify the implications for the youth of our country and explore how local government could mitigate the challenges ahead.


University researchers win Ian Martin Prize for Social Justice

This story published on Monday 9 July 2012
At the recently held SCUTREA conference Dr Robin Simmons and Dr Ron Thompson won the Ian Martin Prize for Social Justice for their paper, which was presented to the conference.


Encyclopedic knowledge

This story published on Thursday 28 June 2012
Director of FEGReG, Professor Chris Cowton, has recently completed two encyclopedia entries.


COMADEM 2012 hailed success

This story published on Thursday 28 June 2012
COMADEM Conference comes to Huddersfield


Higher Education Academy research project confirmed into student

This story published on Wednesday 9 May 2012
James Reid, Senior Lecturer in Childhood Studies has been awarded a grant by the Higher Education Academy to undertake research into student placements. The project titled "Developing a variety of approaches to work placement to enhance knowledge and skills for employability" involves research with placement partners and students in examining the relevant benefits of different approaches to placement and how these prepare students for work.


Refugees from the Ice Age

This story published on Tuesday 8 May 2012
Project unearths new data on the repopulation of Europe after the Ice Age


Fashion in the age of the image

This story published on Wednesday 2 May 2012
Lecturer's new book on the promotion of fashion in the modern media


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