Hope awarded £32,000 grant from the Church Colleges of Education Fund
Liverpool Hope has been successful in securing a grant for £32,000 from the Church Colleges of Education Fund. This funding will be used to enable students to go on fieldtrips to churches and other spiritual places to develop their understanding of Theology.
Ubiquitous Musics: The Everyday Sounds That We Don't Always Notice
Dr Elena Boschi, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Visual Communication at Hope, is co-editor of a collection of essays on Ubiquitous Musics, a collection which offers a multidisciplinary approach to the pervasive presence of music in everyday life.
Pride and Prejudice after 200 Years
Liverpool Hope's series of lectures linked to the city-wide In Other Words literary festival continues on Saturday 4th May, with a lecture discussing two hundred years of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Professor Roger Brown on new arrangements for quality assurance
Professor Roger Brown examines the new arrangements for quality assurance in higher education in a new report from the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI).
Simple word memory test may point to early signs of Dementia
Dr Davide Bruno, Lecturer in Psychology talks about his research into memory loss and how a simple test could lead to an early dementia diagnosis
BBC Radio Merseyside presenter joins Hope as Visiting Professor in Broadcast Journalism
BBC Radio Merseyside broadcaster Roger Phillips has joined the academic team at Liverpool Hope University as Visiting Professor in Broadcast Journalism. He is teaching Media & Communication students about radio broadcasting and pursuing a career in the media.
Liverpool Hope sponsors Liverpool International Tennis Tournament
Liverpool Hope has been announced today as the naming sponsor for the Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament 2013 held at Calderstone Park in June.
Hope links for Bluecoat play
A forthcoming production of Tom Hall's 'Raccoon' at the Bluecoat arts centre stars recent Hope Drama graduate Natasha Williams and is directed by Lecturer in Drama Dr Brian Desmond.