Liverpool Hope joins EU RE-InVEST project to tackle social inequality
Liverpool Hope University’s Department of Social Work, Care and Justice is one of only two UK Universities to take part in a €2.7 million EU project that will attempt to deliver a more inclusive, powerful and effective EU-wide social investment strategy.
Senior Lecturer in History to become visiting scholar in Montreal
Senior Lecturer in History, Dr Sonja Tiernan, has been invited at the Peter O'Brien Visiting Scholar to the Canadian Irish Studies Centre at Concordia University, Montreal.
English Department hold Honours Conference
The English Department at Liverpool Hope held their annual English Literature Honours Conference this week. This conference is an opportunity for students to showcase their work at Level H and talk to staff and fellow students about research.
Merseyside youngsters invited to help with new Dyspraxia study
Children from Merseyside with confirmed or suspected Dyspraxia are being invited to take part in a new six week study at Liverpool Hope University which will investigate how training their gaze can help improve co-ordination skills.
Academics invite public to assess coalition record a week before election
Academics are to gather at Liverpool Hope University a week before the general election to assess the impact of the first peacetime coalition in Britain since the Second World War.
Sound City announces Liverpool Hope University as official partner
Sound City has announced Liverpool Hope University as an official partner for the 2015 festival and conference.
Jazz, flamenco and folk in Capstone Spring Summer programme
Liverpool Hope's Capstone Theatre will this season welcome an array of music stars from across the world, each of whom will bring their distinct sound to the city. It will also help audiences ease into summer with a programme of weekly jazz concerts throughout April and May.
Jimmy McGovern returns to childhood neighbourhood to celebrate Hopkins
Banished and Cracker writer Jimmy McGovern is to return to the parish in which he grew up to celebrate the life of another great Liverpool-based writer – one of Victorian England’s greatest poets Gerard Manley Hopkins.