Same page or poles apart – policing anti-social behaviour

This story published on Monday 9 January 2017
Researcher Monika Baylis examines the differing approach of the police in Poland and the UK to anti-social behaviour


2016 top news stories

This story published on Wednesday 21 December 2016
Huddersfield top university for best-qualified staff in the sector and wins Queen’s Anniversary Prize


Engineer combines mechanical and electrical in KTP with company

This story published on Wednesday 21 December 2016
MEng graduate Terence Zimvu is the KTP Associate with Rochdale-based CR Solutions


The Ted Hughes Network launches with celebrated poets

This story published on Wednesday 21 December 2016
Poets Christopher Reid, Ian Parks and Carola Luther join the University’s Dr Steve Ely for the launch


Research investigates ‘lad and ladette culture’

This story published on Tuesday 20 December 2016
Postgraduate psychologist Hayley Craig explores the issues in her ‘Acceptance of Sexual Assault Scale’


Christmas past – Uni brings life to vintage recordings

This story published on Tuesday 20 December 2016
Music Technologist Ben Evans restores the vintage tapes for the Old Girls’ Association of Dolgellau’s Dr Williams’ School in Wales


Award-winning research dispels myths around Economic Tyre Turning

This story published on Friday 16 December 2016
Dr Yousif Muhamedsalih was named Best Young Researcher of 2016 by Rail Research UK Association


Uni symposium on cyber security – SMEs are most at risk

This story published on Wednesday 14 December 2016
Latest figures show a 144 per cent increase in successful cyber-attacks on businesses


Heritage Quay welcomes its artist-in-residence

This story published on Wednesday 14 December 2016
Multi-media artist Poulomi Desai takes up residence


Cancer breakthrough - device shows which drugs will perform best

This story published on Tuesday 13 December 2016
“…the device allows early assessment of the effects of drugs, speeding up the adoption of those that are shown to be therapeutically effective…”


Town’s music heritage becomes a tourist trail courtesy of the Uni

This story published on Tuesday 13 December 2016
The Music Trail was created by students on behalf of DISCOVER Huddersfield


New online journal receives overwhelming response to first issue

This story published on Monday 12 December 2016
The Journal of Creative Music Systems is an open access journal


University launches Ted Hughes Network

This story published on Thursday 8 December 2016
Wednesday 14 December – 5.30pm for a 6pm start


Polly Toynbee’s lecture – Brexitland: Press and Politics Today

This story published on Thursday 8 December 2016
Leading political journalist Polly Toynbee gives her take on ‘Brexitland’, Theresa May and the Daily Mail


£1m government funding takes social work training to new level

This story published on Wednesday 7 December 2016
The University will be part of the Government’s new Social Work Teaching Partnership scheme


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