Student Toby Mercer is not only celebrating gaining a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Writing but also the birth of his first daughter.
An Edge Hill academic has been awarded a prestigious Honorary Research Fellowship ahead of a major exhibition on the femme fatale.
Mum-of-three Angelica Gonzalez, who left South America to build a better life for her family has completed her degree despite working hard in a full-time career.
A Manchester student who put her mum’s health before her studies says lockdown helped her complete her degree after four years.
Graduation is here – you have worked so hard, in such unprecedented times, so we hope you take the time to celebrate all you have achieved.
An Edge Hill academic has won a prestigious award from the International Olympic Committee to educate coaches and athletes in three countries about non-sexual abuse in sport.
A pilot creative project to encourage positive mental health among NHS staff is being trialled by an Edge Hill University academic and partners.
A virtual hub spearheaded by an Edge Hill University student social worker to help others connect and share best practice has been praised by top figures in the profession.
Artist alumnus Philip Garrett has donated a poignant sculpture to be displayed at Edge Hill in recognition of the University’s strong ties to the suffrage movement.
A games expert from Edge Hill University explains why there has been a surge in the popularity of board games as the nation celebrates World Chess Day today (20th July).