The Faculty of Education's first Distinguished Lecture of the academic year was given by Professor Graham Donaldson on Tuesday 18th October.
The Faculty of Education's first Distinguished Lecture of the academic year was given by Professor Graham Donaldson on Tuesday 18th October.
Internationally acclaimed pianist Joanna MacGregor delivered the first in a series of concerts focusing on Mozart's piano concerti at The Capstone Theatre on Sunday 23rd October.
There are places available on the Liverpool Hope Mathematics Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course, commencing 9th January 2012. This course is fully funded by the TDA, so most students do not pay fees. Additionally most students are eligible for a bursary.
Liverpool Hope students and staff featured in an edition of BBC1's 'Inside Out' series, shown on Monday 24th October at 7.30pm.
Steve Egan, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance at the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), spent two days at Liverpool Hope University last week.
Hope Academy, a brand new £33 million school in Newton-le-Willows, had its official opening ceremony on Thursday 3rd November. The school is sponsored by Liverpool Hope University, along with the Catholic Archdiocese and Anglican Diocese of Liverpool.
Professor Keith Ward, one of the most distinguished British philosophers of religion of his generation gave a lecture entitled ‘Is there a Soul?’ at Liverpool Hope University on Wednesday 9th November.
The Department of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies is delighted to welcome Professor Ricky Abad as a visiting fellow, from 5th -18th November 2011. On Wednesday 9th November, Professor Abad will deliver a lecture on The Filipinization of Shakespeare.
It’s almost exactly a year since the government published the Browne report on the future funding of higher education in England.
This year’s Archbishop Blanch Memorial Lecture, “The Word, and the words: how does God speak?” was given by Dr Jane Williams on Wednesday 23rd November.
Liverpool Hope University honoured one of its most illustrious names on Wednesday 9th November, as it dedicated a building to Revd Alexander Jones.
Liverpool Hope University's Cornerstone Festival continued on Thursday night with Acousmatic Journeys 2011, a showcase for Liverpool Hope-based composers and special guests.
Liverpool Hope University's Cornerstone Festival continued on Friday, with an evening of dance in the Capstone Theatre. Taciturn is a professional dance company of four female dancers, based in Liverpool.
An historic double-bill featuring two pioneers of improvisational music took place on Monday 21st November at the Capstone Theatre: 'time being', presented by Sound and Music, brought together, for the first time, Harold Budd and The Necks in a unique performance.
Tuesday 22nd November was the feast day of St Cecilia, patron saint of musicians, and the University marked the day with a concert of music by three sons of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Francis Davis examines ‘Enterprise After The Big Society’
Liverpool Hope University's 'Pre-paid 2011' postcard auction has raised over £3,000 for charity, with one lucky bidder snapping up a Tracey Enim original for £330.
2012 looks set to become a memorable year in the life of British universities, and Liverpool Hope, like all our fellow universities has been preparing for some time for a radical change to our life.
In December, Steven Broomhead, Hope’s Director of Institutional Advancement, was one of three people invited to join the National Football Museum’s Board of Trustees.
Liverpool Hope University is joining forces with PSS and the Alzheimers Society to raise awareness about dementia amongst staff and students, as part of its aspiration to become a dementia friendly organisation.
The next MerseyLune Seminar in Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience will take place at Liverpool Hope University on Wednesday 18th January from 4-6 pm in Room FML 009.
Mercury-nominated jazz pianist and composer Zoe Rahman will be performing at Liverpool Hope University’s Capstone Theatre on Saturday 4th February, to mark the release of her fifth album “Kindred Spirits”.
Bram Stoker’s chilling story, Dracula, adapted by Jane Thornton and John Godber, comes to the Capstone Theatre next month.
Professor Steven Broomhead, Liverpool Hope University's Director of Institutional Advancement, is involved in a national scheme to give more children the chance to take part in after-school activities.
Liverpool Hope University's Dementia Centre received coverage in the national press today, as The Independent's Jonathan Brown wrote about the centre's distinctive approach to raising awareness of dementia.
Twenty one graduate interns started their working lives at Liverpool Hope University on Monday 9th January, as part of a scheme to make the University’s graduates ‘job ready’.
Liverpool Hope University's Dementia Centre gained more national exposure on Monday 23rd January, as The Guardian's Ciara Leeming wrote about her visit to the centre.
It is with great sadness that the University reports the death of Julia Carter Preston. As a nationally renowned ceramicist Julia was one of the leaders of Liverpool’s contemporary art scene.
Liverpool Hope’s Vice Chancellor Professor Pillay has given an interview in The Independent, in which he talks about the University’s commitment to ensuring Higher Education is open to all, regardless of background.
The newly appointed Alexander Jones Professor of Biblical Studies at Liverpool Hope, Dom Henry Wansbrough, presented his first lecture at the University.
Veteran Liverpool priest and campaigner Canon James Collins was honoured by Liverpool Hope University on Friday 27th January, with the award of an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity.
A PhD student at Liverpool Hope has been interviewed by Christianity Today, talking about his time working with the late US singer Whitney Houston.
Liverpool Hope University plays host to the AGM of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management NW England Section on Wednesday 1st Februray, followed by a lecture from eminent environmental consultant Dr David Parker.
The Fourth International Fair Trade symposium will be held at Liverpool Hope Business School from Monday 2nd to Wednesday 4th April. The event will be held in conjunction with the GEO Fair Trade Final Conference.
Liverpool Hope student Maurizio Molinari made the headlines this week, when the Liverpool Echo reported on the 760-mile round trip he makes every week to the University.
Liverpool Hope University is organising an joint conference with Kingston University, to explore the connections between addiction and performance.
As part of its Spring season at the Capstone, Liverpool Hope University will welcome the touring company, Theatre Unlimited, who will perform two critically acclaimed solo shows, both of which premiered at the National Theatre.
Winter Graduation ceremonies took place at Liverpool Hope University on 26th January, as the University community honoured the achievements of over one hundred students.
Liverpool Hope University has been awarded the Workplace Wellbeing Charter, in recognition of its committment to the health and wellbeing of its staff.
Foundation Day celebrations took place at Liverpool Hope University today, as the University community gathered to reflect upon Hope's past, and look towards its future.
Multi-award winning theatre company Sell a Door bring their groundbreaking staging of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies to Liverpool Hope University’s Capstone Theatre on 7th March.
Tuesday 24th January was Islam Awareness Day at Liverpool Hope. Staff and students had the chance to visit an exhibtion in the University's Gateway Building, detailing the role played by Islam in the development of science, the arts and world culture.
Liverpool Hope's Professor of Musical Performance, Joanna MacGregor, has been speaking in The Scotsman newspaper about her current tour of Scotland, as well as her current work at the University.
Liverpool Hope University marked the Charles Dickens bicentenary on Wednesday with a public lecture by Professor Michael Slater, one of the world's foremost Dickens scholars.
Liverpool Hope University honours a range of local figures at its Winter Graduation ceremonies this week.
Brian Plumridge, a student on Liverpool Hope's PG Diploma in Radio and Online Journalism course, has interviewed actor Andre Royo for the University's Radio Hope station.
Liverpool Hope Business Management student Gemma Tasker made a successful presentation of her work at a prestigious ethnography conference at University Campus Suffolk last week.
Sinead Duffy, Hope graduate and Students' Union Administrator, is part of the latest One Brick at a Time team which flew out from Manchester Airport at the end of February.
The Reader Organisation’s Get Into Reading project celebrates its tenth birthday this September. With its mission to ‘bring about a reading revolution’, the charity’s read aloud groups have taken Shakespeare to supermarkets, poetry to prisons and Hardy to hospitals.
Dr Joe Greener, Post Doctoral Teaching Fellow In Social Work, shares his views on the Delivering Dignity report. The new Delivering Dignity report by the Commission on Dignity in Care for Older People fails to recognise that quality care in our hospitals and care homes rests on better funding.
Dr Manuella Blackburn, Lecturer in Music Technology at Liverpool Hope, has released her debut album of electroacoustic music this month, on the empreintes DIGITALes label.
Dr Manuella Blackburn, Lecturer in Music Technology at Liverpool Hope, has had her acousmatic work Switched on (2011) selected for this years composers’ competition for Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2012.
Liverpool Hope University has been selected as a pioneering partner in the UnLtd and HEFCE HE Support Initiative, which aims to increase entrepreneurship in Higher Education institutions.
Renowned South African playwright David Peimer has joined Liverpool Hope University as Head of Department for Drama, Dance and Performance Studies.
Liverpool Hope’s Health Science Department has agreed a collaboration with AFC Liverpool to support the football club, whilst also assisting with staff research and student placements and projects.
Students and their families gathered with Liverpool Hope staff at Hope Chapel on Thursday 16th February to celebrate the scholarships the students have been awarded by the University.
A group of nine officers and staff from Merseyside Police have graduated from Liverpool Hope University in the UK’s first attendance taught Masters degree in Police Leadership, which has been especially customised for Merseyside Police.
Lecturer in Music, Dr Manuella Blackburn, has been nominated for a prize at the biannual Metamorphoses composition competition to be held in October 2012.
Liverpool Hope University's Gaelic Football team have won the final of the British Universities Gaelic Athletics Association GAA 2012 Championship for the first time in their 21 year history.
Rev Tony Bradley, Deputy Director of the SEED Centre at Liverpool Hope University was interviewed on BBC Radio Merseyside talking about the state of the economy and the fall in GDP.
Liverpool Hope University's Professor Daniel Jeyaraj is currently in India, where he gave a seminar at Madras Christian College on the subject of India Initiated Churches.
Nine Olympic hopefuls from the Oceania Swimming Team have been staying at Wesley Halls at Liverpool Hope as they prepare for the London 2012 Games.
Professor Roger Brown, Co-Director for the Centre of Higher Education Research Development (CHERD) at Hope, appeared on Radio Four's The Moral Maze on the evening of Wednesday 22nd February discussing University admissions.
At the international conference 'Progress in Colour Studies 2012' held on 10th-13th July 2012 in Glasgow the poster of Prof. Galina Paramei entitled ' Blue colour terms in Italian monolinguals and bilinguals' was awarded the prize for the best poster.
Second and third year composition students at Liverpool Hope University have embarked on a project in which they will write pieces to be performed by members of world renowned choral ensemble The Sixteen.
Please note as from the 1st September 2012 car parking fees will change.
Liverpool Hope University is hosting a Student and Graduate Trade Fair and Business Networking Lunch, at its city centre Creative Campus.
Liverpool Hope University's Dr Simon Marwood appeard on BBC Radio Merseyside on Wednesday 15th February, appealing for cyclists to assist his department with a research project.
Fadel Soliman’s public lecture compared the UN Declaration of Human Rights with the Quran in light of the rise of Islamists in Egypt
Liverpool Hope University Professor of Music Stephen Pratt was invited by UDESCA, which represents the five French Catholic Universities to speak at their recent conference at the UNESCO Centre in Paris.
Congratulations to all our graduates. We have had a fantastic two weeks of ceremonies both at Hope Park and Liverpool Cathedral.
The German born New York based artist Charline Von Heyl delivered the second in a series of Tate-Hope lectures on Friday 24th February 2012. Von Heyl talked about the evolution of her work and her position in relation to contemporary art practice.
Hope student Kate Lord had a taste of the limelight on Friday 29th June, as she took part in the Olympic Flame relay as it passed through Chesterfield.
The Students’ Union at Liverpool Hope has been named National Union of Students ‘Small Students’ Union of the year’ in the 2012 NUS Awards.
Liverpool Hope University has joined with the Universite Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers, France, to offer a unique Dual International Masters in Mathematical Informatics.
Liverpool Hope has launched a national advertising campaign to promote the University to prospective students as well as people interesting in holding events and meetings on campus.
Students and staff from Liverpool Hope University saluted Charles Dickens on the 200th anniversary of his birth today (7th February) with 200 minutes of readings from his novels and other works.
The new Resident Tutors at Liverpool Hope have been team building at Plas Caerdeon Outdoor Activity Centre.
An agreement to facilitate international academic collaboration, students' mobility and delivery of videoconferencing has been signed by Liverpool Hope University and the University of Monterrey.
Liverpool Hope University has introduced seven fully funded doctoral scholarship opportunities, which together are worth more than £300,000 over three years.
The John Godber Company & Theatre Royal Wakefield presents Weekend Breaks, wry comedy from one of the nation’s favourite playwrights.
International humanitarian, world-class theologians and renowned philanthropist honoured by Liverpool Hope University
The launch the above report will take place at Liverpool Hope University's Hope Park Campus on Thursday 8th March.
The Faculty of Sciences and Social Sciences at Liverpool Hope University have appointed Mr Ken Pye an Honorary Fellow.
Dr Jacqui Miller, Course Leader for Drama and Theatre Studies (with Film Studies) at Liverpool Hope has been asked to edit a book about Audrey Hepburn.
The Centre for Research in Emergency Services and Training (CREST) has secured funding to host the first British Academy of Management (BAM) event at Liverpool Hope University in August 2012.
The increased popularity of a particular genre such as crime or romantic fiction is rarely traceable to a single event or trend; indeed the unpredictability of best sellers is well known.
Liverpool Hope University is one of the first city institutions to sign up for the new Liverpool Fairness Charter, a plan to reduce social and economic inequality for those who live in Liverpool.
Liverpool Hope's Faculty of Arts and Humanities is pleased to welcome a number of new colleagues to its staff. Dr Anthony Cawley, Lecturer in Communication
Liverpool Hope’s Professor of Musical Performance Joanna MacGregor, has been honoured in the Queen’s Jubilee Birthday Honours list.
Liverpool Hope University has launched the Hope Business Recovery Programme aimed at helping Merseyside small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) through challenging times.
Liverpool Hope's new Professor of Reading and Communication featured in the Guardian this week. In the article he talks about his passion for reading and the importance of reading for pleasure.
Hope historian Dr Bryce Evans has been cited in a national debate over Ireland's future within the European Union. With Ireland's indebtedness impacting through cutbacks to essential services, the Irish Independent.
Liverpool Hope University’s Student Union has been named a finalist in this year’s National Union of Students Awards in the Small Students’ Union of the Year Award.
The Hope business start-up programme is aimed at helping entrepreneurs and people who have a business idea to start their business within the Merseyside region.
Dr Sonja Tiernan, Lecturer in Modern History at Liverpool Hope University, formally presented her new book Eva Gore-Booth: An Image of Such Politics to the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, at his residence Áras an Uachtaráin last week.
Liverpool Hope’s Geography Department welcomed forty students and three academics from the Department of Human Geography and Planning at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands on Wednesday 6th June.
Liverpool Hope University's Hope Park campus plays host to the Childwall in Bloom garden party on Sunday 10th June. With its extensive gardens, the campus is an ideal venue for the event, which aims to raise awareness of the work of volunteers in keeping Childwall beautiful.
Liverpool Hope University's branded bus paid a visit to Hope Park Campus on Thursday 31st May, as part of the University's new publicity campaign.
Dr Michael Mulqueen, Associate Professor and Head of Hope's Politics History Media and Communication Department, was interviewed on Ireland's RTE Radio 1 on Thursday 31st May.
Dr Manuella Blackburn has been awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council(AHRC) Early Career Research Fellowship starting in October 2012 in collaboration with project partners Milapfest.
The Department of Health Sciences held its first Research Symposium on Nutrition, Health and Exercise this week. Students from Liverpool Hope University and other institutions are presenting their research alongside invited keynote speakers as part of two parallel research symposia.
As part of the national, regional and local advertising campaign launched on Monday 14th May, a short advert and longer show reel of Hope’s Conferencing and Events' facilities have been produced.
Congratulations to Hope Business School's Jay Stevens and Jameel Kara who won the Santander and Young Enterprise Best Display Stand Award on Friday 18th May at London’s Guildhall in the National Heat of the International Competition.
Students from Hope's Faculty of Education got their first taste of presenting research on Thursday 17th May, as they took part in the Second Student Pedagogical Research Symposium.
Frank Cogley, member of Liverpool Hope University's University Council, nominee of the Archbishop of Liverpool and also Chair of the Audit Committee, has given an in-depth interview to The Liverpool Post.
A student studying for the Postgraduate Diploma in Radio and Online Journalism at Liverpool Hope University has been shortlisted for an award from the BBC College of Journalism.
Former Liverpool Hope Theology lecturer Father Kevin Kelly launches a new collection of his writings at the University on Thursday 24th May.
Congratulations to Moyra Neale, Marketing Director and Laura Eaton, Operations Director, of Little Star Productions, who won the Presentation Award in the first Liverpool Young Enterprise Universities Start Up Programme.
Liverpool Hope's Professor Steven Broomhead was a guest on BBC Radio Merseyside's Breakfast Show on Wednesday 9th May, talking about the regeneration of the city of Chester.
Professor Ron Geaves was interviewed last week for a BBC television documentary on William Abdullah Quilliam.
Students from Liverpool Hope's PG Diploma in Radio and Online Journalism were featured on Radio Merseyside's Simon Hoban (Drivetime) programme on Friday 29th April.
Dr Claire Molloy, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, History, Media and Communication at Hope, has been invited to address the World Animal Forum at Banna near Turin in May.
It is with great sadness that Liverpool Hope hears of the death of our friend Canon James Collins. Father Jimmy, as he is known, sadly passed away on Thursday, aged 94.
A Young Enterprise team from Liverpool Hope has been successful in getting through to the national heats of the Young Enterprise International Competition.
To celebrate the centenary of Bram Stoker's death this month, Liverpool Hope's Dr Trish Ferguson will give a lecture on the author to A-level students from local schools.
Sinead Duffy, Hope graduate and Students' Union Administrator, has just returned from Uganda after helping to build a teaching facility at a Ugandan university in a skills exchange which has so far positively impacted on thousands of students and hundreds of apprentices.
Fair Trade producers, policy makers and researchers from around the world have congregated at Liverpool Hope, as the University plays host to the Fourth International Fair Trade Symposium.
New figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency show that the percentage of students completing their course of study at Liverpool Hope University has risen.
A new book, Professional Ethics: Education for a Humane Society, edited by the Faculty of Education's Dr Frank Su and Professor Bart McGettrick has just been published by Cambridge Scholars Press.
Liverpool Hope University will host the Social Work Action Network Conference on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st March 2012 at the Creative Campus’s Great Hall. The conference will see experts from around the world discussing the latest challenges and ideas in social work.
Liverpool Hope University hosted the second annual Makin Lecture on Thursday 22nd March. Professor Philip Alexander FBA from the University of Manchester presented a lecture entitled The Messianic Idea in Judaism Revisited.
The Neil Cowley Trio have long held a reputation as one of the UK’s most exhilarating live bands. Their intensely thrilling, dynamic sets of propulsive rhythms and aching melancholy, has won the trio a loyal following of fans.
Liverpool Hope student Jessica Tweed braved the cold today to raise money for charity as she spent an hour in a bath of baked beans.
Local historian and BBC Radio Merseyside presenter, Frank Carlyle, will give a talk at the Capstone Theatre on Friday 23rd March at 7.30pm.
Liverpool Hope University’s Business Gateway held a Business Networking Lunch on Thursday 15th March, as one of the fringe events of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, which took place in Liverpool last week.
Hope student Timothy Critchley got a surprise today, when he won an iPad for his participation in the National Student Survey.
Rev Tony Bradley, Deputy Director of Liverpool Hope's Social and Ethical Enterprise Development (SEED) Centre, has written an article for Business Zone, highlighting the contribution to the economy made by social and ethical businesses.
On 8th March, the University held an event to launch a major report entitled Faith in England’s Northwest: How Faith Communities are Adapting to the Current Economic and Political Climate.
Raphael Seitz, Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Fine and Applied Art at Liverpool Hope University, has designed the new crozier for The Most Reverend Patrick Kelly, Archbishop of Liverpool.
Liverpool Hope University will host the second annual Makin Lecture on Thursday 22nd March at 5.30 p.m. in the Eden Lecture Theatre.
Professor Michael Mulqueen, Head of the Department of Politics, History, Media and Communication at Liverpool Hope, has been profiled in The Guardian for a piece about Irish professionals migrating to England to work.
Liverpool Hope is proud to sponsor Rhys Chatham's A Crimson Grail at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral at this year's Biennial.
Professor Simeon Hunter has joined Liverpool Hope as Head of Fine and Applied Art and Professor of Art History and Visual Culture.
Professor Tassilo Erhardt could have had a very different career path if he had followed his original vocation to become a Benedictine monk. Instead, he has joined Liverpool Hope University as Head of Music and has plans to launch a new programme in sacred music.
Students on a new History course at Liverpool Hope will be 'learning while the eat' thanks to a link-up with two local Tesco supermarkets.
Liverpool Hope's Ian Marsh appeared on Radio 5 Drive Live programme on Wednesday, discussing the aftermath of this week's Manchester shootings.
The corporate world turned out in strength on Thursday 13th September to support One Brick at a Time, a partnership project led by Chester and District Housing Trust (CDHT), Liverpool Hope University, VMM and Halton Housing Trust.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council have awarded just under £10,000 to Dr Stefanie Kappler and Dr Bryce Evans, lecturers in the Department of Politics, History, Media and Communication at Hope.
Liverpool Hope’s new student social space – Our Place – was officially opened on Friday 28th September by MP for Wavertree Luciana Berger and the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) regional consultant Mark Allanson.
Merseyrail has wrapped one of its trains in Liverpool Hope university livery, the first time the regional rail company has done this with branding from an educational establishment. The wrapped train has very recently entered service.
Liam Burns, President of the National Union of Students, will be visiting Liverpool Hope on Wednesday 10th October. During his visit, Liam will officially launch the National Student Union's National Demo 2012, which will take place on 21st November.
Liverpool Hope is hosting events as part of the first ever Liverpool Knowledge Festival in partnership with Liverpool Vision.
MOBO Award-winning group Kairos 4tet play The Capstone Theatre on Friday 12th October. As part of a special offer, tickets for the concert are now £5.00
Rev Canon Tilby, who is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4's Thought for the Day and was a BBC producer for 22 years, hosted a seminar with Liverpool Hope's broadcast and online journalism students.
Dr Sonja Tiernan, Lecturer in Modern History at Liverpool Hope, appeared on Women's Hour on Friday 5th October, talking about the life and work of Eva Gore-Booth, Irish poet and social activist.
Danny Boyle and Frank Cottrell Boyce, two of the creative minds behind the Olympic 2012 opening ceremony, came together again to support The Reader Organisation’s reader-in-residence project in the Faculty of Education at Liverpool Hope University on Wednesday 10th October.
Liverpool Hope's Senior Lecturer in Popular Music and Director of our postgraduate course - The Beatles, Popular Music & Society, Dr Mike Brocken, is interviewed in the Metro as The Beatles reach their 50th anniversary.
Irish Literature Lecture Series explores the fascinating and dynamic relationship between literature, history, politics and culture in Irish writing throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Work by Hope student Roozbeh Rajaie is being displayed in a special exhibition at Lime Street Station, in the Virgin First Class Lounge.
The award winning Beatles Story Liverpool has forged a unique academic partnership with Liverpool Hope University.
Professor Roger Brown will be delivering the Faculty of Education Keynote Lecture to first year BA Education Studies students on Thursday 18th October.
Liverpool Hope will welcome top civil servants and emergency services chiefs on Wednesday 17th October, as CREST hosts the North West Resilience Conference.
Students studying for Liverpool Hope's PGDip Radio and Online Journalism enjoyed a seminar with veteran South African broadcaster Keith du Plessis on Tuesday 22nd October.
Dr Manuella Blackburn, Lecturer in Music at Liverpool Hope, has won first prize in the 'Métamorphoses' acousmatic music competition in Brussels.
Frank Cottrell Boyce, Liverpool Hope's Professor of Reading and Communication, has won the 2012 Guardian Children's Fiction Prize.
As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, Liverpool Hope University has been selected to take part of an exciting programme led by the National Union of Students(NUS).
Hope Media Lecturer Gary Morrisroe has had a film shortlisted for this year's Cofilmic Comedy Film Festival.
Hope Media Lecturer Gary Morrisroe appeared on BBC Radio Merseyside on the morning of Wednesday 14th November, discussing the ninetieth anniversary of the first BBC Radio broadcast.
Members of staff from Liverpool Hope's Art and Design department will be present at two UCAS 'Design Your Future' events in Manchester and London this month.
On Thursday 8th November 2012, Liverpool Hope University was pleased to host over 60 small or medium sized enterprises (SMEs) who attended ‘Hope Connections: The Ultimate SME Business Networking Event’.
Tom Woolley, Fundraiser Manager at Everton in the Community came to Liverpool Hope on Monday 12th November, to give tips and guidance to students on how to generate income.
Liverpool Hope’s Vice Chancellor Professor Pillay was invited by Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria to give the ‘Convocation Lecture’ at their graduation ceremony on November 1st.
Lecturer in History Dr Bryce Evans appeared on BBC Radio Merseyside this morning to talk about the history of alcohol and our relationship with alcohol over the years in this country as part of a series of programmes during Alcohol Awareness Week.