More than a third of research 'world leading or 'internationally excellent'
More than a third of research produced at Liverpool Hope University has been rated as world leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*) by the national 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF). 55% of permanent academic staff were entered into the exercise.
Please note that from 7pm Friday 19th December 2014 until Monday 5th January 2015 the University will be closed. There will be no access to classrooms or tutor offices during this period.
Faculty of Education celebrates launch of three books in one day
The Faculty of Education celebrated the launch of three books in one day, exploring such topics as the philosophy of education, language and identity and the history of juvenile delinquency.
Professor Nagar to chair international conference on 'soft computing'
Liverpool Hope’s Dean of Science, Professor Atulya Nagar, is to chair an international conference later this month (Saturday 27th to Monday 29th December), looking at using ‘soft computing’ for problem solving.
Students share their thoughts on Hope for QAA review
A group of students took over the foyer of the University's Gateway Building on Thursday 11th December, as part of a drive to put together Liverpool Hope's submission for the Quality Assurance Agency's Higher Education Review.
Ground breaking ceremony marks start of work on new Science building
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool Cllr Erica Kemp joined students, staff and contractors to mark the start of work on a new £8.5 million Science building at Liverpool Hope University.
New Science building: the student view
The ground breaking ceremony which marked the start of work on the new Science building also brought current students together with a well-known member of the University’s alumni.
Student success celebrated at Scholarship Presentation evening
Hope Chapel was packed with students, their families and supporters on the evening of Wednesday 10th December, as the University held the second of its annual Scholarship Presentations.
Dean of Liverpool to deliver 2014 Archbishop Blanch Lecture
This year’s Archbishop Blanch Lecture, 'The Book of Life: the Bible as a means of grace,'will be delivered by the Very Reverend Dr Pete Wilcox, Dean of Liverpool.