Liverpool Hope University and School Improvement Liverpool Ltd once again invited early childhood professionals to an event designed to support Early Years Leaders from the Merseyside area.
Liverpool Hope University and School Improvement Liverpool Ltd once again invited early childhood professionals to an event designed to support Early Years Leaders from the Merseyside area.
Former fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Professor Galina Paramei attended an interdisciplinary colloquium with Psychology PhD student Ann-Kathrin Johnen.
An original performance piece from MA by Creative Practice graduate Francess Gannon will be showcased as part of Liverpool’s LightNight 2018.
In an interview with The Guardian, Lecturer in Media and Communication Dr Lyndon Way discussed the controversial folk-rock band Grup Yorum.
Former Director of National Museums Liverpool Dr David Fleming OBE is joining Liverpool Hope University as Professor of Public History.
David Reid, Associate Professor in Computer Science, featured on BBC Radio 4’s Four Thought alongside presenter Olly Mann.
Denise Barrett-Baxendale MBE, Visiting Professor of Leadership in Sport Serving Humanity, will deliver her Inaugural Professorial Lecture in the EDEN Lecture Theatre on Wednesday 11th April at 5pm.
Dr Laura Hamer, Senior Research Fellow in Music, presented a paper on her on-going research project on Liverpool bandleader Mary Hamer at the Music and Gender in Balance Conference.
Senior Lecturer in Music Dr Manuella Blackburn has been invited to give the keynote address at this year’s Australasian Computer Music Association (ACMA) Conference in Perth, Australia.
A Foundations of Fitness programme saw eight students take their first steps towards a career in fitness instructing.
Liverpool Hope’s Women’s Gaelic Football team has been crowned the British University Ladies champion.
Attendees of the Political Studies Association’s (PSA’s) Annual International Conference heard from four Liverpool Hope academics.
Liverpool Hope Lecturers will share their expertise at a special health event held in conjunction with this year’s Grand National sponsors.
Two Liverpool Hope lecturers were invited to speak on BBC Radio Merseyside this week.
The Legal Theory Blog has recommended a new article written by Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli.
Fine Art graduate Sumuyya Khader is among a series of artists whose work is currently on show at the Bluecoat in Liverpool.
A new crowd-funded magazine that provides ‘a platform for creative people of colour’, has been launched by two Fine Art students from Liverpool Hope.
Fine Art students have been given the opportunity to put their skills and learnings in to practice at one of Liverpool’s top music festivals.
The annual Hope Star Awards returned for 2018, with staff from across the University recognised for their work supporting students.
A week-long field trip took students from the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Tourism and Tourism Management to the island of Malta.
Professional Tutor Nicki Blundell and Dr Lucy Hanson visited a range of services in the Gambia, which will provide a new student experience for those studying Social Work at Liverpool Hope.
Inspirational business leaders from across the Liverpool city region were honoured at the Liverpool Hope and The Leaders Club Awards 2018.
A team of talented Design students are taking part in a special Meet the Makers of the Future event at the Bluecoat Display Centre.
Downtown Liverpool in Business honoured Hope’s Employability Manager Lynsey Martin at its Women in Business Awards 2018.
Gender equality and empowering women are the central themes of a new international networking project between Liverpool Hope University; Bluecoat Arts Centre; Christ University in Bengaluru; and FACT.
Lecturers Dr Niamh Malone, Dr Gary Anderson and Dr Steven Shakespeare organised a successful public symposium at the Liverpool Tate gallery.
Lecturer in Digital Media Dr Anthony Ridge-Newman has published a new book exploring the international media’s responses to the Brexit outcome.
Lecturers Dr Niamh Malone and Dr Kris Darby have partnered with Hope Graduate Theatre Company to bring a week-long interactive arts hub to Tate Exchange Liverpool.
Alumnus Liam Markey, who studied MA Museum and Heritage Studies at Liverpool Hope, has been awarded a coveted PhD scholarship.
As people across the globe celebrate International Women’s Day, Associate Professor Sonja Tiernan reflects on how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go to achieve equality in Great Britain.
Liverpool Hope University has been shortlisted for five awards - including University of the Year - in the Educate North Awards 2018.
Student Vanessa Boateng was invited to a special reception with the Queen in recognition of her work with the British, Black, Asian, and minority ethnic community in Liverpool.
A new ITV documentary exploring one of the UK's most high-profile cases of criminal profiling will feature Liverpool Hope’s Visiting Professor David Canter.
The BBC’s Inside Out North West will showcase findings from a two-year long study conducted by a team of researchers from Liverpool Hope University.
Local schoolchildren have been given an Opera taster session, as part of a new project between Hope Graduate Theatre Company and the European Opera Centre.
The latest book from Professor David Bolt, Disability and Education, is out now and available to pre-order as part of the Routledge Advances in Disability Studies series.
A new exhibition workshop by Head of Fine and Applied Art Janice Egerton is now on show at Tate Liverpool.
MealMate came home with a trophy and invitation to the Young Enterprise National Final in May, after a day of fierce competition at the Regionals.
An action-packed week of science and discovery will mark the third annual British Science Week celebration at Liverpool Hope University.
Liverpool Hope’s Gaelic football team have become the first-ever British university team to win the All-Ireland Corn na MacLeinn trophy.
Senior Lecturer in Theology and Education Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle presented a research paper at the First International Conference on Catholic Religious Education in Schools.
Independent music magazine The Wire has written a positive review of Senior Lecturer in Music Dr Manuella Blackburn’s recent album 'Petites étincelles' (empreintes DIGITALes).
Hope alumna Kate Rylance has been named in fashion magazine Drapers’ 30 under 30 for 2018.
Bringing the ancient world into contemporary classrooms is the focus of a special event to be held at Liverpool Hope University.
Liverpool International Jazz Festival returns for the sixth year, with a host of performances, masterclasses and workshops from contemporary artists.
Dr Emauele Secco joined a team of experts as they explored ways to transform technology used by the NHS in complex rehabilitations.
The President of Ireland Michael D Higgins has commended the work of Associate Professor Sonja Tiernan, Head of History and Politics.
The Cornerstone Festival returns for 2018, with a diverse selection of performances and workshops.
Dr Emma Katz has secured a book contract with Oxford University Press for her first monograph Domestic Violence, Coercive Control and Mother-Child Relationships: Harms, Resistance and Recovery.
Dr Noel Brown, Lecturer in Media and Communication, explores the success of Disney’s Pixar in his new book Toy Story: How Pixar Reinvented the Animated Feature.
Liverpool Hope is launching a new Postgraduate Certificate at our Hope Park campus and university centre at St Marys’ College, Blackburn.
Inspired by the architecture of Liverpool Hope’s iconic Hilda Constance Allen (HCA) building, local resident Tom Mason produced a watercolour replica of the historic site.
Donal Moloney, BA Fine Art Programme Leader, has been shortlisted for the Dentons Art Prize 2018.
This year’s National Student Survey (NSS) will see Liverpool Hope students not only influence the future of the University, but also raise funds in memory of a former student.
Alumna Emma Smith explains how her time at Liverpool Hope inspired her to pursue a career in the Arts.
Senior Law Lecturer Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli has published a new paper in the (2017) 26(1) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law.
Berlin’s growing reputation as a site for ‘dark tourism’ was explored by students who travelled to the German city on a five-day fieldtrip.
Students receiving Masters, PhDs, Postgraduate Certificates, and Bachelor degrees were honoured at the University’s Winter Graduation celebrations.
Lecturer in Childhood and Youth Dr Emma Katz has become a partner in an Academy of Finland-funded project at the University of Lapland.
The first speaker in the Theorising the Popular series has been confirmed as Senior Lecturer in Popular Music at Manchester Metropolitan University Dr Peter Dale.
Two highly coveted awards were presented to Computer Science PhD student Madhuleena Dasgupta at a prestigious international conference.
Lecturer in Media and Communication Dr Lyndon Way has been invited to be a guest speaker at CTM experimental music festival in Berlin.
Lecturer in Media and Communication Dr Lyndon Way is celebrating the launch of his new book Popular Music and Multimodal Discourse Analysis: Ideology, control and resistance in Turkey since 2002.
Associate Professor in History Bryce Evans has been awarded the annual Pan American Research Grant.
A new cohort of international students have joined Hope for a semester of study and the chance to experience life in Liverpool.
A new play from internationally acclaimed writer and director John Godber will be performed for one night only as part of Liverpool Hope’s Cornerstone Festival 2018.
Hope Lecturers are collaborating on a major international symposium held in partnership with Liverpool Tate Gallery.
The idea that employment reduces conflict risk is explored by Professor Neil Ferguson, Department of Psychology, in a piece for Vision of Humanity.
Geography students from across the North West attended a special training session at Hope, to become Ambassadors with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).
A special celebration was held to commemorate the official transfer of the Talbot Collection to the Sheppard-Worlock Library.
Several Liverpool Hope academics have been featured in the media discussing their research and topical news stories.
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has once again accredited Liverpool Hope University’s undergraduate Psychology degree programmes.
Students from the Department of History and Politics visited the historic city of Kraków, Poland.
Lecturer in Childhood and Youth Dr Emma Katz presented the findings of her domestic abuse research.
The inaugural Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference brought experts and industry frontrunners from across the globe to Liverpool Hope.
A Regular Research Grant has been awarded to Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli by The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation (GBSF).
A new article by Lecturer in Politics Dr Danny Rye and Dr Katharine Dommett of the University of Sheffield has been published in the journal Politics.
A composition by Senior Lecturer in Music Dr Manuella Blackburn has been selected for performance at a concert in Chile.
The opportunity to attend an inspiring conference was awarded to two Hope Masters students, who entered a national competition open to students from across the UK.
Associate Professor Sonja Tiernan, Head of History & Politics, has been invited to address a conference to mark the centenary of female suffrage and the extension of male suffrage in 1918.
The talents of Liverpool Hope’s third-year Fine & Applied Arts students will be on display, as the Annual Student Arts Auction returns this festive season.
Young people from across the globe will travel to Liverpool Hope to hear from a host of inspirational guest speakers at The Big Hope 2.
Staff and students at Liverpool Hope University are raising money to bring 12 young people from Palestine’s West Bank to Liverpool for The Big Hope 2 Young Leaders Congress.
Representatives from Liverpool Hope University visited the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan to attend a conference on Gross National Happiness (GNH).
A new book co-edited by Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli's was launched at a special event in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cape Town.
Cryptography specialist Dr Neil Buckley has contributed to a government-backed discussion on the digitisation of the NHS.
Liverpool Hope University has been recognised as one of the top universities in the UK for teaching excellence and student experience by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.
Former Playwriting Prize winner and current student Jonathan Cheriyan is to debut his award-winning musical at the Capstone Theatre.
PhD student Rick Blackman’s research into music and anti-fascism in post-war Britain has been turned into a book.
Experts and clinicians will meet at Liverpool Hope University this November to explore the future of shoulder and upper limb rehabilitation.
Hope alumna Jennifer Vaudrey is about to embark on her second UK tour, following the success of her debut EP Hide Away From Love.
One of Hope’s own is celebrating being part of the team behind BBC Radio Merseyside, after the station was awarded Freedom of the City.
The idea that social media is creating a culture of shame was discussed by Dr Erin Pritchard on BBC Radio 4’s programme The Digital Human.
Bespectacled Theatre Company is the brainchild of Drama graduates Franki Le-Voguer and Matthew Plummer, who have been working hard to make their dream into a reality.
Fine Art Lecturers Tony Smith and Dr Donal Moloney are taking part in the exhibition ‘Fully Awake’ in Glasgow’s House for an Art Lover.
Fine Art graduate Heather Garner has been awarded a prestigious internship at the British Museum.
The new Chair and Pro Chancellor of Liverpool Hope’s University Council Revd Canon Peter Winn, spoke about his role with the Diocese of Liverpool.
In their new book Christian Faith, Formation and Education, Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle and Dr John Shortt explore the relationship between faith, formation and education.
Learning and Teaching Coordinator Dr Lynn Hilditch explores the work of photographer Lee Miller in a new book.
Several academics have been featured in the media discussing their research and topical news stories.
First year Creative and Performing Arts students and final year Drama students have been running with wolves in Sutton Manor.
A new exhibition exploring the relationship between ceramic techniques and digital engineering highlights the work of Associate Professor Alan Whittaker.
Professional Tutor in Health and Wellbeing Joanne Heeney has a new chapter in the Palgrave Handbook of Disabled Children’s Childhood Studies.
A paper by Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli has been recommended by the Legal Theory Blog.
BBC’s TV show Blue Peter invited Associate Professor Dr Bryce Evans to talk about sweet treats from World War 2 in a guest special.
Businesses, organisations and charities across the Liverpool City Region are invited to nominate their exceptional leaders for the first Liverpool Hope and The Leaders Club Awards.
A new exhibit featuring the works of artists Andrew Bracey, Danica Maier and Gerard Williams has opened in the Cornerstone Gallery.
Dr Michael Holmes, from the History and Politics department, responds to Conservative MP Chris Heaton-Harris’s request for universities to share details on their teaching of Brexit.
The annual Political Studies Association Conservatives & Conservatism book prize has been awarded to Senior Lecturer in Modern History Dr Stephen Kelly.
A biography by Hope’s Head of History and Politics has inspired the naming of two new buildings set to be unveiled in Manchester.
Dr Manuella Blackburn has been nominated for a Computer Space award for her work Snap Happy (2017).
A study by Lecturer in Criminology Dr Adam Snow has been featured in the national news, following findings that one in three motorists receives a fine each year.
Academics from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their expertise with media outlets around the world.
Twenty years after studying at Hope, former international student Abdulrahman Sallam has become an ambassador for the University in the Middle East.
Members of the public are invited to Liverpool Hope University to hear from a parliamentary expert on North Korea.
Media and Communications Lecturer Dr Lyndon Way has been invited as a guest speaker to Newcastle University’s Critical Discourse Studies Group (CDSG).
Associate Professor in Health Sciences Dr Caroline Wakefield has co-designed a workshop to educate students around the country about the negative consequences of initiation activities in sport.
Professor Gerald Pillay, Vice-Chancellor & Rector of Liverpool Hope University, has joined a taskforce seeking to protect Liverpool’s World Heritage status.
The Department of Disability Studies in Education is set to welcome a renowned scholar in the field, to speak at a special seminar.
Three Hope Drama graduates put their training to the test as they headlined the Word of Mouth storytelling club, in Manchester.
MA Music student and electroacoustic composer Wendy Smith shared her dɪsˈlɛksɪə ˈɡeɪtweɪ (dyslexia gateway) installation (2016) with the local community of Halton.
The future of social policy, its limits and its possibilities, is to be examined in a series of free public lectures at Liverpool Hope University.
Interim Head of Law Dr Belen Olmos Giupponi and Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli presented to peers at the 108th Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars.
Belly dancing, a henna artist and a special visit from Merseyside Dogs Home were just some of the treats in store at a special Well-being Festival held at Hope.
Liverpool Hope University’s Concert band is looking for new members from the local community.
The annual dinner of Liverpool Consular Corps was held at Hope, featuring representatives from across the globe.
The complex relationship between the European Union (EU) and cultural policy is explored in a new chapter published by Teaching Fellow Dr Kate Mattocks.
The artistic talents of Hope Masters student Bridget Waters are showcased in a new exhibit in the heart of Liverpool.
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Dr Anna Kirpichnikova served as an invited panel expert in mathematical modelling at a Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP) meeting.
A taste of India will be coming to Hope, as one of the University’s catering team goes on a gastronomic research tour of the country’s northern region.
Dr Jennifer Clear from the Department of Geography and Environmental Science led a field trip with colleagues from five nationalities to the Tatra Mountains, Slovakia.
Lecture in Childhood and Youth Dr Emma Katz has continued to make a difference with her domestic violence research, by collaborating with key external partners, this time Welsh Women’s Aid.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a new series of lectures commemorating the historic event, will be held at Liverpool Hope University.
Liverpool Hope has been awarded a Medical Research Council (MRC) grant to work with partners in the Philippines to develop a receptacle that preserves the quality of bio specimens over long distances.
Hegemonic constructions of female beauty and femininity in South Asian Women’s magazines is explored in Senior Lecturer in English Language Dr Linda McLoughlin’s new book.
In his new book, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy Dr Duane Williams explores the radical and often controversial reflections on language by Martin Heidegger.
The impact of Everton Football Club’s new partnership with the games giant behind Angry Birds, was discussed by Lecturer in Marketing Dr Clay Gransden in one of Finland’s biggest daily newspapers.
Members of Liverpool Hope University’s ChildLab research group have been sharing their findings at several international conferences.
Liverpool Hope University has been ranked Top 3 in the UK for Teaching Quality and Top 5 nationally for its wider student experience by The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
Ten years on from the original event, The Big Hope fulfils its promise to welcome back young people from around the world to Liverpool.
Professor Galina Paramei from the Department of Psychology has been awarded a Senior Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
Change, naturalness and people in coastal environments were among topics discussed at the international coastal conference Littoral 2017, hosted by the department of Geography and Environmental Science.
Geoff Main, a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship PhD student in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, presented his multi-author paper at the Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society.
Members of Liverpool Hope’s Women in Music Research Group presented a panel of papers at the First International Conference on Women’s Work in Music, at Bangor University.
Dr Noel Brown, Lecturer in the Department of Media and Communication, is celebrating the publication of his latest book, The Children’s Film: Genre, Nation and Narrative.
Our new advertising campaign is now screening at cinemas across parts of the UK, and via TV on demand.
Colleagues from the Faculty of Science have travelled across Europe representing Liverpool Hope University at several conferences.
Keep an eye out for our branded double decker bus, as it once again takes to the road, visiting schools and colleges across the North West and beyond.
An exhibition by Head of History and Politics Associate Professor Sonja Tiernan is to go on display at the Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester.
We remember less about the route of a journey if we navigate with Sat Nav rather than use a conventional map, according to researchers at Liverpool Hope.
Professor Neil Ferguson from the Psychology Department has been awarded a grant from the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust to fund his research with former combatants in Northern Ireland.
Our academics have been sharing their expertise, and students have been sharing their experience of studying at Liverpool Hope with the media.
The Sand Dune and Shingle Network based in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Faculty of Science, Liverpool Hope University, organised a two day international workshop for Natural Resources Wales.
Alumni Nikki Watson and Mel Shield returned to Hope to tie the knot at the place where they first met.
A prize has been awarded to Senior Lecturer in EU and International Law Dr Belen Olmos Giupponi.
An essay based on the academic research of Drama Lecturer Dr Stephe Harrop features in a theatre programme for a new West End production.
Dr James Burke OBE, Rector of Liverpool Institute of Higher Education (LIHE) from 1980 to 1995, after which LIHE became Liverpool Hope, died on Saturday 2nd September 2017.
A second award has been presented to Research Facilitator Colin Cooper, for his Distinguished Contribution to Research Administration.
Sleep-deprived members of the public are being invited to swap counting sheep for an evening exploring the history and science of wakefulness – including a bedtime story.
Former Design student Attila Olah has been shortlisted for a £1,000 prize alongside five other recent ceramic graduates from the North West.
Two generations of one Bury family have celebrated graduating with university degrees. Husband and wife Ian and Lorraine Baison and daughter-in-law Michelle MacKin graduated from Liverpool Hope University this week, after studying for BA degrees through Holy Cross College in Bury.
As Liverpool welcomes business leaders from across the world to the International Festival of Business (IFB2016), Liverpool Hope AI expert Dr David Reid prepares to speak to delegates about culture and technology, while the university hosts a debate about the global economic crisis.
The Creative Industries Young Enterprise team, KidSmart, won first prize and the opportunity to represent the University at a regional competition.
Dr Michael Brennan (Department of Social Science) and Richard Barry (Plas Caerdeon) have just returned from a fortnight in Sri Lanka with Global Hope, where they worked with nine Liverpool Hope University students at the SOS Children's village in Anuradhapura for orphaned and abandoned children.
MSc Psychology Graduate Marissa Pendlebury is in the running for a National Association of College and University Entrepreneurship (NACUE) award.
Liverpool Hope MA student Angela Samata presented a BBC1 documentary this week called Life After Suicide, where she spoke about her own experience and met others left behind after the suicide of a loved one.
A Jane Austen classic, Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross’s solo tour, and classical, jazz and electronic music make for an eclectic new season at the Capstone Theatre.
Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli publishes new article in The Journal of Comparative Law.
A paper exploring the perception of social exclusion among first-generation immigrants, has been highly commended in the 2017 Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence.
University top 10 in UK for overall student satisfaction and 1st for Assessment and Feedback.
After experiencing a Global Hope trip to India in 2016, sports coach and fitness instructor Laura Seddon couldn’t wait to return to the country a year later.
Phil Ashby’s journey to a First Class degree in Dance and Drama & Theatre Studies was not just an academic one, but a personal one that saw his love of dance help him recover from addiction.
Upon invitation of Colour Vision Scientist Professor Katsuaki Sakata, Professor Galina Paramei was invited to Joshibi University of Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan, as a Visiting Professor.
Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in Politics and International Relations Dr Kate Mattocks recently had an article published in the Journal of Common Market Studies.
A more sustained dialogue between journalists and Muslims, religious literacy training and more regulation of print media were among the suggestions put forward by participants at a media practitioners’ conference at Liverpool Hope University.
Pierre Giorgini, Vice-Chancellor of Lille Catholic University, received the award of Doctor of Education on Thursday 20th July at a ceremony at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
Actor David Suchet CBE told Liverpool Hope Graduands to let their imagination soar and to use the arts to nourish their spirit, as he picked up his honorary degree.
Sister Maura encourages graduates to fight for social justice and says "Education is more than the distribution of facts."
Poirot actor David Suchet CBE, Vice-Chancellor of Lille Catholic University Pierre Giorgini, and Sister Dr Maura O’Carroll SND to receive honours at graduation ceremonies.
On Saturday 11th July, staff from the University’s estates and catering services took part in this year’s Coniston Challenge to raise money for Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
St. Mary’s College and Liverpool Hope University are to widen Higher Education and Continuing Professional Development provision in Blackburn by launching a new University Centre.
Omnibus, the first play to win the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize, has received full marks from theatre critics.
Leaders from the public, private and voluntary sectors are being invited to Liverpool Hope University this June to debate the future of social care.
Liverpool Hope academics have been sharing their expertise with the public - including BBC Breakfast's six million viewers.
Lecturer in International Relations Dr Catalina Montoya Londoño has released a new book, which launched at the International Book Fair in Bogota, Colombia.
Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Dr Zoi Nikiforidou delivered a guest lecture at the University of Bielefeld Winter school, discussing the wellbeing of children across the globe.
Liverpool Hope University will work with De La Salle University, Manila, to offer Dual Masters programmes in Data Science, Robotics Engineering, Computer Science, Sports Exercise and Nutrition, Ecology and Environmental Management, Climate Change and Business.
Liverpool Hope is celebrating after achieving Gold in the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Liverpool Hope bow ranks alongside Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London, five Russell Group Universities, Bath and Lancaster for teaching excellence.
Biology and Environmental Science students helped the Marine Conservation Society and Friends of Anglesey Coastal Path to survey part of Holy Island coastline and collect litter.
Drama & Theatre Studies alumnus Kristian Lawrence is proof that sometimes you have to think outside the box to get your foot on the career ladder.
The World War One National Kitchen project run by Associate Professor in History Dr Bryce Evans has been shortlisted for an award.
A £300 charitable donation was presented to Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton by Liverpool Hope University.
Vice Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship student Alessandra Lotteri recently flew to São Miguel Island in the Archipelago of Azores, Portugal, to complete her first fieldwork for data collection.
The Council of the Royal Geographical Society has awarded professional accreditation to Liverpool Hope University’s BSc Geography degree.
Liverpool Hope University has climbed 23 places in the Guardian Good University Guide 2018, while graduate prospects and subject areas including Business, Biosciences and Social Policy have also risen significantly.
Lecturer in Creative Writing Dr Paul Johnston has had his story Ulysses of Embra published in the American, British and Canadian Studies, Journal of Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu.
An end of year initiative saw 52 crates of food collected from halls of residence and donated to local charities.
This year's Fine and Applied Art Degree Show may be over, but it's certainly not the end for our students. One Fine Art graduate’s 2016 Degree Show helped land him his dream creative design job at Topshop.
The group travelled to the University of Illinois to present their work at the Thirteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2017).
The Association of Research Management and Administration (ARMA) has honoured Hope’s Research Facilitator Colin Cooper with one of its highest honours.
Team GB Paralympian Jamie Burdekin, who holds an Olympic bronze medal, visited Liverpool Hope’s Health Science Building.
Professor Ian Vandewalle, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Operations) and Head of Liverpool Hope Business School, delivered his inaugural Professorial Lecture on the Corporate Social Responsibility… for good, or profit?.
Tickets are now on sale for Omnibus, Katie Mulgrew's winning Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize play.
A selection of prestigious awards were presented to Fine and Applied Arts students at the final year Degree Show.
Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship student Shreya Sehgal recently gave a talk at the UK’s largest conference for Applied Mathematics.
The Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, hosted a special launch event in Taiwan for Dr Brian Christopher Jones’ latest edited collection.
The Hope Challenge, which sees trainee teachers and researchers work with schools and Local Education Authorities to deliver tailored projects, is in the running for a national award.
A keynote address given by Senior Lecturer in History Dr Bryce Evans has been praised by colleagues in the field and members of the public.
Professor Ian Vandewalle, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Operations) and Head of the Liverpool Hope Business School, will deliver his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on Wednesday 31st May.
Childwall in Bloom’s annual open garden event returns to our Hope Park campus on Sunday 11th June, 2 – 4pm.
New work from Fine Art alumna Stephanie Miello will be showcased as part of Liverpool’s annual Light Night celebrations.
Unique works crafted by final year students from the Department of Fine and Applied Art will go on display in a special exhibition.
A unique collaboration between Creative Campus Venue Manager Neil Campbell and Senior Lecturer in Dance Dr Rachel Sweeney will mark the launch of a new album.
A new article by Lecturer in Public Law Dr Brian Christopher Jones explores freedoms in Hong Kong.
Geoff Main, a PhD student from the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, has recently returned from his two-month fieldwork season in the Maltese Islands.
Studying an MA in Art History and Curating at Liverpool Hope helped alumna Nicola Scott land her dream job.
Dr Sonja Tiernan, Acting Head of Department of History and Politics, has been invited to address the Trade Union Congress (TUC) in London at a special event hosted by the Southern and Eastern Region of the TUC.
The University of Modena, Italy, welcomed Dr Belen Olmos Giupponi as a guest speaker at a conference commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.
Lecturer in Law Dr Brian Christopher Jones has edited a special issue of the British Journal of American Legal Studies.
Lecturer in Media and Communication Dr Noel Brown is celebrating publishing his new book with a launch event at Hope Park.
The Centre for Culture and Disability Studies (CCDS) will host its 50th seminar at Liverpool Hope next week.
Dr Ruth Canning, Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in History and Politics, has been awarded a month-long Visiting Research Fellowship at the National University of Ireland (NUIG to explore Old English identity in late Elizabethan Ireland.
Indigenous Water Protector Thomas Tonatiuh Lopez, who played a key role in the Standing Rock Dakota Nation oil pipe protest, is set to share his experience with Liverpool Hope students and members of the public this week.
Dr Katz delivered the first Keynote speech of her career in Plymouth. Opening the conference, ‘Domestic Abuse through the Eyes of Young People’, Dr Katz’s 50 minute speech focused on children’s and mothers’ experiences of coercive control.
Dr Michael Holmes from our Department of History and Politics is currently a Research Fellow in the European School of Politics at l'Université Catholique de Lille, funded by the regional council of Hauts-de-France. He discusses what is in store for the the next round of French elections.
Marcus Willis, who became the story of last year's Wimbledon when he beat Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis to earn a Centre Court showdown with Roger Federer, will take to the court at this year’s Liverpool Hope International Tennis Tournament.
Work by Liverpool Hope Fine Art graduate Ant Hamlyn goes on display at the V&A Gallery this week.
South Korean artist and composer Yunchul Kim delivered the final international artists’ presentation of the year as part of the Hope+FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) partnership.
Liverpool Hope University soars 25 places in Complete University Guide 2018
Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli presented the Uppsala Forum on Democracy, Peace and Justice guest lecture at the Uppsala University Faculty of Law, Sweden.
The challenges of peacebuilding will be discussed in a special guest lecture by Eamon Gilmore, the EU Special Envoy for the Peace Process in Colombia.
Senior Lecturer in Sociology Dr Michael Brennan has published a new book – Theorising the Popular, which explores the significance of particular elements of popular culture.
A new article by Dr Brian Christopher Jones looking at the impact of Donald Trump’s election as president, has been published by the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
As people across the globe mark World Health Day, the Student Development and Well-being department would like to share some student tips on positive mental health.
A year-long residency as an artist-in-residence at the Bootham School in York has been awarded to Fine Art graduate Lizzie Brownsword.
Students Thomas Nenna, Kayleigh Harvey and Neil Brunskill joined Dr Bryce Evans spoke to BBC Breakfast about a unique event which allows people to experience dining in World War 1.
The lack of detail on foreign policy in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign leaves a range of questions about how America’s global role will change following his election.
There was a celebratory atmosphere as staff, students and special guests gathered to witness the official unveiling of the new £8.5 million Health Sciences Building.
Having fun while learning was a key theme at Hope’s first-ever British Science Week celebrations, with people of all ages encouraged to learn about the world around them.
Find out about the recipients of our Winter 2017 Honorary Doctorates - Professor James Keaton (MBE) and Canon Andrew White.
Lecturer in Public Law Dr Brian Christopher Jones has had two items published, an edited book and new post for the UK Constitutional Law blog.
The hard work and support efforts of 20 staff and students were recognised at a special awards night hosted by the Students’ Union (SU).
Salford-born actor Simon Bradbury took away £10,000 and the opportunity to have his work considered for production by Liverpool’s Royal Court, for a comedy that charts the last hours of playwright and actor Moliere’s life.
Historian Dr Bryce Evans and The Real Junk Food Project Liverpool CIC will serve one hundred people a 100 year old menu, to experience what it was like to eat at a World War 1 National Kitchen - the first of a number of kitchens that Dr Evans will lead around the UK.
Two Hope alumni shared their insights into the world of networking at a special event featuring business experts from a variety of industries.
Liverpool Hope University is set to work with The Leaders Club in a bid to bring some of the UK’s best minds together to tackle social and economic challenges.
A new internship programme brings student athletes and sports science students together in a unique peer-to-peer training scheme.
President of the Association for Nutrition Dr Margaret Ashwell OBE visited Hope during British Science Week, meeting PhD fellows, touring the new research facilities and speaking to nutritionists.
Work by Senior Professional Tutor Lin Holland will feature in the first of a series of major exhibitions celebrating the Bluecoat’s 300th anniversary.
The University was saddened to hear of the death of Sr Catherine Hughes SND on Friday 17th March 2017.
Creations by Professional Tutor in Fine and Applied Art Tony Smith have gone on display at Ouachita Baptist University, Arkansas, US.
Everton football star Enner Valencia, Club Fitness Coach Jan Kluitenberg and Club Ambassador Graeme Sharp were the first official visitors to Liverpool Hope University’s new Sports Science Avenue.
Liverpool Hope’s Popular Music Resources Centre is currently home to a new archive of folk, blues and traditional music from all over the world.
Real world social media marketing experience is helping six students put theory into practice at one of Liverpool’s premier luxury hotels.
Researchers at Liverpool Hope University have joined forces with Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton CEO Dil Daly to call for more government funding for group exercise programmes and practical nutrition advice for the elderly.
Dr Joseph Maslen, Lecturer in Education Studies, has travelled to Leeds for the inaugural meeting of the BERA (British Education Research Association) Special Interest Group on the History of Teachers and Teacher Education.
A team of researchers including Dr Richard Lamb from Liverpool Hope University have identified a new way to kill certain cancer cells - by starving them of a key nutrient.
Professor in Psychology Galina Paramei delivered a series of lectures during a recent Erasmus exchange trip to l'Université Catholique de Lille.
Two exciting live projects have seen Design students working with the Walker Art Gallery and John Lewis department store.
Dr Niamh Malone presented a research paper at the First International Arts and Dementia Research Conference, Royal Society for Public Health, London.
Dr Emma Katz’s ground-breaking research into children and coercive control continues to be in demand.
Honorary Professor of Law Sir Mark Hedley shared insights into his life as a High Court judge in an interview with the Liverpool Echo.
Despite the weather, more than 300 people visited Health Sciences on Sunday 12th March to help Liverpool Hope celebrate the launch of British Science Week.
Aspiring young lawyers battled it out to be crowned victors at the National Speed Mooting Competition hosted by Liverpool Hope University.
The work of urban theologian Kenneth Leech will be celebrated at a conference organised by the Bishop of Liverpool Rt Revd Paul Bayes.
Sir Chris Stone, chief education officer for GEMS’ MENASA arm (Middle East, North Africa and South Asia), will return to Hope to present a public lecture on ‘Leadership at all levels'.
Experts from Liverpool Hope University will offer the public an insight into how we can age more healthily, as they team up with Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton for this year's charity lecturethon.
Plans to stage Omnibus, the winner of the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize, are moving ahead following the announcement that the project has received a grant from Arts Council England’s Grants For The Arts Programme.
Hope’s Online Store has once again scooped an award from process and payment experts WPM, retaining the title for the second year running.
As people across the globe come together to celebrate International Women’s Day, we take a look at how Liverpool Hope University is working to #BeBoldForChange.
The Faculty of Science is inviting the public to join them during British Science Week to learn how to track the Easter bunny, identify birdsong, and discover what we can all do to age more healthily.
Paintings by the Director/CEO of FACT (The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) Michael Stubbs are on display at the Cornerstone Gallery.
Exclusive work experience opportunities with a diverse range of local businesses were presented to the winners of the Insight to Business Awards 2017.
A new book edited by Lecturer in Art History Dr Kathrin Wagner will launch at a special event at the Creative Campus on Thursday 9th March.
Seventeen students from a range of academic disciplines undertook a week's 'Erasmus Taster Trip' to Lille, France, led by Dr Bryce Evans (Director of the European Institute) and Faye Sharp (International Hub).
Psychology Professor Neil Ferguson has been awarded a prestigious Visiting Research Fellowship to the Changing Character of War Programme (CWW) at Pembroke College, University of Oxford.
A team of student entrepreneurs scooped the Best Written Report award at the Young Enterprise Regional Finals, for their innovative educational games.
Five colleagues from the Faculty of Science attended a specialist training course on transcranial magnetic stimulation at University College London.
Original, one-of-a-kind textile, painting, ceramic, drawing, metal, paint, sculpture and digital media work will be available to purchase at the annual Fine and Applied Art Auction.
The plight of refugees arriving on the Greek Island of Samos will be told through first-hand experience in the latest distinguished lecture delivered by the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice.
Creepy crawlies, a life-sized Easter bunny and a host of scientific research experiments mark the return of British Science Week to the University campus.
Research by Senior Lecturer in History Dr Bryce Evans was featured on RTE Radio 1’s flagship morning show to much praise from popular broadcaster Ryan Tubridy.
Tickets have gone on sale for the Liverpool International Jazz Festival 2017, which is celebrating its fifth year in the city.
Flamenco dancing, a comedy classic, and music premieres are among the highlights of this year’s Cornerstone Arts Festival.
Pupils at Archbishop Blanch Church of England High School gained insights into higher education at a special careers convention featuring Dr Joseph Maslen.
A new collaborative research project investigating how children develop and grow, has been launched by colleagues from the departments of Psychology and Early Childhood.
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Roz Gladden, hosted a special tour of the Town Hall for MA History students.
The latest Early Years Chartered Leader Programme cohort has completed the course, describing the experience as a valuable learning opportunity.
Liverpool Hope University has named Professor Ian Vandewalle as Everton Chair in Social Responsibility – a brand new role that will support the new five-year research partnership between Everton Football Club and the University’s researchers.
Industry experts shared insight and knowledge with Media and Communication students at a special networking event focused on careers in the media.
Postgraduate students in the Department of Media and Communication visited the May The Toys Be With You exhibition currently running at The Atkinson museum and gallery in Southport.
Our academics have been tackling current affairs and sharing their expertise in national and local broadcast and press.
The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland, joined vice chancellors from around the world at Liverpool Hope this week, to discuss the important role that universities – and in particular faith-based universities – can play in promoting respect.
A new book edited by Lecturer in Media and Marketing Sue Cronshaw has been published in paperback for the first time.
The University’s victorious Gaelic Football team are celebrating after qualifying to represent British universities at the Independent.ie Sigerson Cup Finals.
Associate Professor Phil Bamber has been invited to attend the UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education in Ottawa, Canada.
A robbers’ hideout, the 19th century occult scene, and the life of Moliere are among the worlds entered into by writers shortlisted for the 2017 Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
Hope alumna Amy Hughes has seen her career in the art world go from strength to strength since graduating with a Fine Art degree in 2013.
Dr Brian Christopher Jones, Lecturer in Public Law, appeared on the BBC’s flagship morning news show BBC Breakfast.
Entrepreneurial Tourism students have raised more than £1,400 for local charities by putting their course teaching into practice.
A team of Law students from Liverpool Hope travelled to the Institute of Law in Jersey to battle it out in the UK Student Mediation Competition.
Dean of Science Professor Atulya Nagar has been successful in attracting a grant jointly funded by HEFCE and Innovate-UK.
Liverpool Hope University has confirmed its role as title sponsor of the 2017 Liverpool International Tennis Tournament. The University has extended its previous four-year deal to cover the 16th edition of the tournament, which takes place at Liverpool Cricket Club between the 15th-18th June 2017.
A unique collaboration that allows student teachers to support school improvement plans has been shortlisted for a national award.
British Science Week got off to a hopping start at Hope as the Easter Bunny led people on a wild goose chase across campus.
Professor of Political Psychology Neil Ferguson presented an invited paper at the Paris Political Psychology Colloquium.
Two MA Creative Practice students and a group of first year BA Dance students have partnered with Tate Liverpool to deliver a FREE interactive performance for the public.
A new chapter by Lecturer in Creative Writing Dr Paul Johnston will feature in Palgrave and MacMillan’s latest book Teaching Crime Fiction.
A Liverpool couple who have spent more than 50 years promoting relations between communities and churches were awarded Honorary Fellowships at this year's Foundation Day ceremony.
Dr Emma Katz (Lecturer in Childhood and Youth in the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice) made her first appearance on BBC Radio Merseyside to share her research on domestic abuse.
Psychology Lectures Drs Tom Gallagher-Mitchell and Letizia Palumbo presented research at the Experimental Psychology Workshop on Time Perception and Behaviour.
There were celebrations a plenty as Hope graduands gathered at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King for the Winter Graduation ceremony.
Members of Hope Graduate Theatre Company (GTC) 2017 have started work with the Department of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies.
Voluntary organisation Theatre in Prisons and Probation (TIPP) hosted an event for students from the departments of Social Work, Care and Justice, and Dance, Drama and Performance Studies.
Liverpool Hope University welcomed colleagues from Sun Yat-Sen University in China, as part of a long-standing partnership between the two institutions.
Associate Professor David Bolt’s chapter ‘The Silent Treatment’ has been included in a new literary journal of disability culture.
Acting Head of the Department of History and Politics Dr Sonja Tiernan was recently invited to address a special audience at the Irish Ambassador’s residence in Ottawa, Canada.
A new raft of graduate interns have joined the Hope community, gaining both valuable work experience and helping contribute to the University’s success.
Times Higher Education has ranked Liverpool Hope University fourth in the North West for Research Intensity.
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.
Hope Nutrition students are invited to apply for a £2,500 scholarship that will see them spend three months working on a ground breaking $8.8million research programme in the USA.
A free talk by Turner Prize nominee Mark Titchner is the latest public event presented by the Liverpool Hope and FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technologies) partnership.
Dr Joshua Gulam, a recently appointed lecturer in the Media and Communication department, is to give a paper at the 2017 annual Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Conference.
I.B. Tauris have published a new monograph by Lecturer in the Department of Media and Communication Dr Noel Brown.
Senior Lecturer in EU Law and International Law Dr Belen Olmos Giupponi has produced a new book exploring human rights in trade agreements in the Americas.
Dr Phil Bamber, Head of the Department of Education Studies, featured on BBC Radio Merseyside’s Roger Phillips show discussing ‘British values’ in schools and the public services.
The Capstone Theatre spring season launches with a free concert by one of the world’s most innovative musicians, Joanna MacGregor.
Representatives from the major professional associations in religious education, citizenship, and philosophy of education are to meet at Liverpool Hope to discuss how we can best serve young people in their understanding of citizenship, religion, and values in post-Brexit Britain.
Italian-based musical group Gen Verde will perform in concert with Hope students and pupils from St Julie's High School.
Lecturer in Psychology Dr Tom Gallagher-Mitchell was invited to give a talk on his research in numerical cognition at the Centre for Educational Neuroscience (CEN) seminar series.
Liverpool Hope University Business School students were given an insight into the ethos that underpins the work of Co-operatives UK.
RTE Radio 1 invited Senior Lecturer in Modern History Dr Stephen Kelly to speak on a Falklands special of the History Show.
Our academics and students have been sharing their expertise and experiences with the media.
A year after Liverpool’s Granby Four Streets project won the Turner Prize, two Hope alumni are helping to keep the scheme’s regeneration theme alive.
Publisher Routledge has re-issued Dr Michael Brocken’s text Other Voices: Hidden Histories of Liverpool’s Popular Music Scenes, 1930s – 1970s in paperback.
Publisher Routledge has re-issued Dr Michael Brocken’s text Other Voices: Hidden Histories of Liverpool’s Popular Music Scenes, 1930s – 1970s in paperback.
Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship student Alessandra Lotteri was invited to Puerto Varas in Chile to present a paper at the 9th Cities on Volcanoes Conference.
An opera led by Liverpool Hope’s Professor of Musicology Tassilo Erhardt has received a prestigious award.
The Council of the Association for Nutrition (AfN) has elected Liverpool Hope Associate Professor Farzad Amirabdollahian a trustee.
Hope’s nutrition team and students were welcomed to a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) certified study day on cancer prevention held by the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
Research will be presented by Professor Neil Ferguson and Associate Professor Philip Bamber at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in the US.
Artwork by renowned German artist Patrick Wagner is now on display in the Cornerstone Gallery.
Gogglebox favourites Leon and June Bernicoff received a warm welcome from students and staff when they switched on the university’s Christmas lights.
Masters student Charlotte Hall has put her skills to good use, helping pupils at a local high school with their bid for Christmas number one.
Gogglebox favourites Leon and June Bernicoff are set to switch on Liverpool Hope University’s Christmas lights this week.
Students from Liverpool Hope's MSc Ecology and Environmental Management, a course accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), joined environmental professionals on a CIEEM visit to the Mersey Gateway Project.
Paul Rooney, Deputy Head of Geography and Environmental Science, was invited by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) to be a stakeholder expert at an EU meeting in County Clare, Ireland, for the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process.
James Timpson OBE shared insights into ‘Running a Business Upside Down’ at the inaugural Burrows/Kennedy Distinguished Lecture.
Internationally renowned textile artist Kaffe Fassett will present highlights from his latest projects in a special guest lecture at the Capstone Theatre.
Liverpool Hope University Associate Professor Peter McGrail spoke at the launch of a nationwide research project that will track the effects of the 2016 Religious Education (RE) Reform in Catholic Schools.
Music students Meghan McGrath and Mark Williams are set to represent Liverpool Hope at the prestigious Times Higher Education Awards in London this week.
Current and past Hope students performed at the Carl Rosa Symposium and Exhibition launch held at Central Library in Liverpool.
The Best Newcomer award was presented to Liverpool Hope University graduate Georgia Lee Bowers at the Young Storyteller of the Year competition.
Groundbreaking work done by Dr Lorna Brookes (Lecturer in Social Policy) and charity PSS to support the children of prisoners was the subject of a BBC Children in Need documentary this week.
Senior Lecturer in English Language Dr Salman Al-Azami's latest book Religion in the Media: A Linguistic Analysis (Palgrave Macmillan) was officially launched this week in London at an event organised by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB).
Music student Sarah Clifford appeared on Bay TV’s Arts Alive: Acoustic show this week, where she performed her self-penned songs Sweep Up, Sweet Girl and Waiting For You.
Students and staff have been raising key issues and sharing their expertise with local, national and international media over the past month.
Rebecca Feeley knows first hand how art can change lives – because it has helped change hers. In the next few months, Rebecca will travel to India and Washington as part of the World Merit Fellowship Programme.
Strictly Sickly, written and directed by Lecturer in Dance Declan Patrick, brings to life the rumbas and the rivalries of a TV dance contest – and, just like in real life, the audience has the power to decide.
A five-year translation rights deal has been agreed with Hakjisa Publishers in Korea for the book Changing Social Attitudes Toward Disability: Perspectives from historical, cultural, and educational studies.
Lord of the Rings designer and illustrator Alan Lee gave a whistle stop tour through his Oscar-winning career at the university’s first ever Tolkien Day.
A year after visiting the Calais jungle and collecting tonnes of aid, Liverpool Hope University Social Work students are renewing their support for refugees with a special fundraising night.
A new book exploring the evolution of Islamist activist groups in Britain has been published by Dr Sadek Hamid from the Department of Theology, Philosophy & Religious Studies.
Our staff have been sharing their expertise on TV, radio and online.
Liverpool Hope University is shortlisted in the distinguished Times Higher Education Awards 2016 for its growing partnership with Milapfest.
A book owned and signed by Lord of the Rings and Hobbit author JRR Tolkien has been discovered in the Special Collections of Liverpool Hope University Library.
A new musical set to premier in Liverpool next month has three Liverpool Hope University graduates working hard behind the scenes.
A new volume A century of Progress? Irish Women Reflect includes an essay by Acting Head of the Department of History & Politics Dr Sonja Tiernan.
Following the launch of the programme, second year student Amy Yong describes how expert mentors share insights into creating and building a business.
Principal Lecturer in Psychology Dr Lorna Bourke was invited to a meeting of the European Literacy Network (ELN) working group at the Centre for Applied Neuroscience, University of Cyprus, Nicosia.
Speaking at the Westminster Higher Education Forum in London, Associate Professor Farzad Amirabdollahian delivered a plenary talk asking ‘How can universities help improve students’ diets?’.
Artwork produced by the winner of the 2016 Graduate Production Residency Award will go on display at FACT on Thursday 10th November.
Pro Vice-Chancellor, the Revd. Canon Professor Kenneth Newport, formally received his Doctor of Divinity (DD) degree from the University of Oxford at a special ceremony.
Alan Lee, Academy Award winning Concept Artist for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films will headline Tolkien Day at Liverpool Hope University on Friday 11th November. The event is free and open to all.
PhD student Alessandra Lotteri has been invited to present a paper at one of the most important conferences in the Research Field of Volcanology.
The Andrew Walls Centre for the Study of African and Asian Christianity is pleased to announce the “Yad Vasham Exhibition: ‘No Child’s Play’ – Children in the Holocaust”.
Business Management students were given the opportunity to hear first-hand from an expert in the field, as part of the Business School’s Guest Lecture Series 2016/17.
Liverpool Hope University is taking to the road and will be visiting a number of schools, colleges and city centre locations across the North.
Social Work student Carol Robinson reflects on her experiences in Palestine during a trip with the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice.
Dr Kathrin Wagner, Lecturer in Art History from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, will present a poster at the international conference Creativity and the City 1600-2000.
An exchange opportunity saw third year student Eleanor Ehlen experience what life is like at an American University.
Puppies from Merseyside Dogs Home visited Liverpool Hope University to help new students settle into university life.
Liverpool Hope University and School Improvement Liverpool Ltd invited early childhood professionals to find out about a new programme designed to support reflective leadership for Early Years Leaders.
Professor Nick Rees is visiting one of Hope’s partner institutions, PanAmericana University in Mexico City, where he has met with the Rector Dr Santiago Garcia Alvarez and the Vice Rectors and Deans.
To celebrate the 90th Anniversary of Winnie the Pooh, Student Recruitment ran a special event for Knowsley Children's University.
Research by Dr Sonja Tiernan, Acting Head of History and Politics, inspired a public address by the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins.
Congratulations to our Honorary Fellow Margaret Aspinall CBE, who has accepted a Women of the Year Award from Prime Minister Theresa May.
Students aged 16-19 can enter their Tolkien-inspired artwork into a new competition, with shortlisted entries judged by Alan Lee, the Academy Award winning leading Concept Artist for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.
Cyclists tested by Liverpool Hope sport scientists are at Battle Mountain, Las Vegas this week, where they are attempting to break the British land speed record for the fastest human powered vehicle.
Everton Football Club and Liverpool Hope University have announced plans for an official research partnership - the first of its type between a Premier League club and a leading university.
Liverpool Hope's partnership with Tate Liverpool was verified on Saturday with the successful symposium In Athens' Shadow? Radical cultural responses to crisis in urban democracy.
Two nutrition students have put their learnings to good use, to help produce a recipe guide book for their fellow students.
Published Poet and Lecturer in Creative Writing Dr Eleanor Rees helped inspire Year 8 students from Upton-By-Chester High School as they marked National Poetry Day.
Liverpool Hope is one of just two North West universities and 10 universities nationally to gain the prestigious national CIEEM accreditation for its BSc Environmental Science and MSc Ecology and Environmental Science courses.
Hope Graduate Marissa Pendlebury and Business Gateway Manager Carol Buckman scooped two awards at the inaugural Switch On To Business Charity Awards 2016.
The future of social work in the UK and how it contributes to the world around us will be discussed in a series of new distinguished lectures beginning on October 5th at Liverpool Hope University.
Challenges facing museums as a result of ongoing cutbacks in public funding will be explored in a guest lecture by Dr David Fleming.
A short film co-created by Hope alumni Joe Reel and Ian Broadhurst has been officially selected for the BFI London Film Festival 2016.
It was an exciting first week for our Drama students, as they were invited on to the set of screenwriter and producer Jimmy McGovern’s upcoming BBC drama Broken – and they even got a glimpse of award-winning actor Sean Bean.
BBC North West Tonight interviewed Liverpool Hope University Physiologist Dr Simon Marwood as part of a special feature on Ultratriathlon world-record holder Dave Clamp.
Psychology Professor Galina Paramei chaired the Programme Committee of the Progress in Colour Studies 2016 (PICS2016), an international quadrennial conference held at University College London.
The Early Childhood (EC) team successfully participated in the 26th European Early Childhood Education Research (EECERA) Conference in Dublin.
A linguist whose research is one of the first in the UK to combine an analysis of the language used by the UK media, with a study into how followers of different and no religion respond to it, is calling on journalists and broadcasters to reassess the way they represent religion.
This week sees the release of a new book by Lecturer in Modern History Dr Stephen Kelly.
A successful bid for £17,203 has been awarded to Lecturers from the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice Dr Emma Katz, Dr Samantha Page and Dr Lucy Hanson.
As part of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge scheme, MA Music student Wendy Smith collaborated with Halton Libraries to host a number of Digital Music events at four local libraries.
Lecturer in Childhood and Youth Dr Emma Katz's has been named the recipient of a prestigious international award.
Research conducted by Lecturer in Nutrition Dr Claire Macdonald-Clarke has been highlighted in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN).
A prestigious scholarship award has been presented to Fine Art graduate Ant Hamlyn, who has secured a place at Chelsea College of Arts.
Senior History and Politics Lecturer Dr Sonja Tiernan will give a public talk at the London Irish Centre’s event – 1916 Outsiders and Allies: Challenging Presumptions of Heterosexuality.
A Fine Art graduate from Hope has been named as one to watch by online arts magazine The Double Negative.
Higher Education professionals from across the world gathered at Liverpool Hope University as part of the European Association for International Education’s (EAIE) 28th Annual Conference and Exhibition.
Artwork designed by Liverpool Hope University Lecturer Frances Disley has transformed a bus into a moving work of art, as part of Liverpool Biennial 2016.
Work by Fine Art Graduate Amy Worsley is set to go on display alongside an ambitious new exhibition at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT).
Joining us for Open Day this Saturday? Charlotte Hall, Recruitment Officer at Liverpool Hope University, shares her top tips on how to make your Open Day visit count.
The Psychology Department was well represented at two international conferences held in Barcelona, Spain.
Results from a major EU project seeking to combat the effects of austerity will be revealed at Liverpool Hope University next week.
Senior Lecturer in History Dr Sonja Tiernan will deliver a keynote address at the All Island Commemorative Network Conference ‘Reflecting on 2016 Commemorations’.
Four aspiring Law students battled it out in the final rounds of the National Student Mediation Competition, in a challenging contest against their peers.
Join visiting Indian Writer and Dancer Tulsi Badrinath for a reading from her fiction followed by an informal Q&A at Hope Park.
Audiences have plenty to look forward to during the Capstone Spring Season 2016, including Liverpool International Jazz Festival, Milapfest, Liverpool Mozart Orchestra and a host of entertaining theatrical and dance pieces.
FACT (Foundation for Art and Technology), Arena Studios and Gallery, and The Bluecoat were among the organisations presenting awards to Fine and Applied Arts students at this year’s Degree Show.
From Brexit to Star Wars, academics from Liverpool Hope University have been sharing their views and expertise with the media.
How cult British comedy Peep Show explores the language of disability is discussed in a new journal article by Associate Professor Dr David Bolt.
This year's National Student Survey recognises Liverpool Hope as top in the North West and top four in the country for overall student satisfaction.
A Winterthur Research Fellowship has been awarded to Senior Lecturer and Acting Head of History Dr Bryce Evans.
Georgia Abbott has two things to celebrate – as well as graduating with a PGCE, she was also named Student Teacher of the Year at the Liverpool Echo School Awards.
Accelerate 2015 was an exciting time for four budding graduate entrepreneurs and a HRM Masters student from Liverpool Hope University.
Fine Art graduate Ant Hamlyn, recipient of the first ever FACT/Liverpool Hope University Artist Residency award, is set to show his work alongside Hollywood actor and artist Shia LaBeouf.
Some of the most challenging issues facing modern British society are tackled in a series of short films produced by two Hope alumni.
A BBC1 documentary presented by former Hope MA student Angela Samata has been nominated for an award by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
Page 28 Studios is the brainchild of Film and TV Production graduates Colt Candeias, Abby Wooley and Shaun Daley, who plan to make their mark on Liverpool’s creative sector.
Fine Art graduate Lizzie Brownsword took part in an installation project as part of Liverpool’s annual Light Night festival.
The sporting prowess of 19 members of staff, students and alumni will be put to the test at this year’s Europe Corporate Games, as they compete to be crowned winners.
Graduation day was a double celebration for graduate Lauren Wallace, after her boyfriend Adam got down on one knee and proposed on campus.
Our students and staff have been sharing their expertise and creativity with the media.
Experts urge Secretary of State for Education to turn the tide on ‘squeezed out’ citizenship, religious education and values in Post-Brexit classrooms.
Final year students from Liverpool Hope will make their work available to the public at the annual Fine and Applied Art auction.
Representatives from the Museum of Liverpool were taken on a behind-the-scenes tour of the new Health Sciences Building during a visit to discuss collaboration opportunities.
Professor Mehmet Dorak’s Inaugural Professorial Lecture explored what we can – and can’t - learn about ourselves from our DNA, and how ethics should also play a big part when it comes to DNA testing.
Dr Veronica Skrimsjö, who teaches on Liverpool Hope’s Beatles, Popular Music and Society MA, spoke to media outlets across the UK about the lasting legacy of Beatles producer George Martin.
The sun was shining in Liverpool as the Class of 2016 celebrated the culmination of all their hard work, at three special Graduation ceremonies.
Media coverage of the recent attempted coup in Turkey was discussed by Senior Lecturer in English Language Dr Salman Al-Azami in a piece for The Platform.
Members of the Class of 2016 look back on their time at Hope, as they prepare for Graduation.
In a BBC Horizon special, Hope’s Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Sciences Dr Peter Angell discussed the increasing use of steroids in the UK.
Dr Eleanor Rees’s new poetry collection, Riverine, draws inspiration from Merseyside’s waterways and the communities who live, work and are shaped by them.
The first female Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside and an academic who has furthered the teaching of Geography in Malta and the UK will be awarded honorary degrees by Liverpool Hope University.
Professor John A. Schembri, Head of the Department of Geography at the University of Malta, will today be awarded the title of Doctor of Education (honoris causa) in recognition of his contribution to Geography education at both university and school level.
Liverpool Hope business students won the award for best trade stand at the Young Enterprise Awards regional final while Business Gateway Manager Carol Buckman took away the title of North West Enterprise Ambassador 2015/16.
Merseyside’s first female Lord Lieutenant Dame Lorna Muirhead DBE is to receive an honorary doctorate from Liverpool Hope University.
Family and friends gathered at Hope Park to witness candidates receive their certificates and diplomas at a series of PGCE and PGDE Presentation Ceremonies.
The Department of Social Work, Care and Justice welcomed more than 150 international delegates to the multidisciplinary conference 'Children and Young People in a Changing World’.
First World War drama Journey’s End, Grammy-award winning musician Vishwa Bhatt and one of the world’s top drummers, Jeff Williams, are set to come to the Capstone Theatre this Autumn.
Associate Professor in English Literature Dr Guy Cuthbertson joins a host of famous writers at this year’s Gladfest literary festival.
A young Spanish theatre company mentored by Liverpool Hope University Drama Lecturer Stephe Harrop has received glowing reviews for its first UK performances.
Four Business School students have spent a month in Fort Portal, Uganda, working to develop a life-saving product alongside Social Work and Business students from Salford University and Mountains of the Moon University.
Lecturer in Education Studies Dr Konstanze Spohrer has been selected to take part in a Summer School in Sociologies of Education, sponsored by the European Educational Research Association (EERA).
Dave Clamp, winner of the Deca Ultra Triathlon World Challenge (a task which involves 10 times the traditional ironman distance in 10 days) visited Liverpool Hope University this week as he prepares to take on his next test - 20 ironman challenges in 20 days.
A four-week summer school exploring mental health services and attitudes has brought together students from the US and UK.
Liverpool Hope University has welcomed more than 500 delegates to four international conferences – hosted by the departments of Theology, Psychology, Social Work, Care and Justice and Media and Communication.
Senior Lecturer in Modern History Dr Sonja Tiernan will give a guest talk at a special event commemorating Women of the Irish Revolution.
Students from the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice are working with community groups to provide a festival of celebration for local residents.
A team made up of students, staff and alumni represented Liverpool Hope at the Europe Corporate Games – and took home a batch of medals.
Taking on one of the world’s top tennis players was a dream come true for student Adam Owen, who took part in a Pro-Am Session at this year’s Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament.
Liverpool Hope University Students’ Union (SU) has been shortlisted in the NUS Awards 2016.
Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille have signed a new strategic roadmap detailing plans for joint collaboration around research, teaching, and the development of joint degree programmes over the next three years and beyond.
Tennis legends Jeremy Bates and Peter McNamara, ATP player Wang Qiang, and one of the UK’s most promising young tennis stars Macy Clarke helped researchers at Liverpool Hope University launch the UK’s biggest study into whether playing tennis can help us age more healthily.
The 2016 Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament got underway by welcoming more than 300 children to the annual Kids Day.
Members of the public are invited to explore our Hope Park campus, as the University opens its gates to become one of Childwall in Bloom’s ‘open gardens’.
The second annual staff research day looks at the School of Health Sciences' current research profile and the strategic plan ahead of the next Research Excellence Framework (REF).
UK and International students welcomed older people to a ‘street party’ in celebration of the Queen’s 90th Birthday and the third anniversary of the university’s partnership with charity Contact the Elderly.
Collaboration between Hope and the Haute Ecole Libre Mosane (HELMo) institution in Belgium has led to developments in the field of robotics and prosthetic limbs.
Research findings and activity by the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Group – based in Hope’s Psychology Department - was presented to experts in the field at Liverpool Neuroscience Day.
One of London’s most well-known storytelling clubs welcomed Lecturer in Drama Dr Stephe Harrop as a headline performer at Story Jam.
Liverpool Hope University Library has signed a memorandum of agreement with Biblioteca Diocesana Ferrini & Muratori which will increase access to collections and open up opportunities for research.
Professor Galina Paramei from the Department of Psychology is chairing the international Progress in Colour Studies 2016 conference taking place in London this September.
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Dr Anna Kirpichnikova delivered a keynote lecture at a research workshop held at Russia’s renowned scientific centre Academgorodok in Novosibirsk.
Liverpool Hope students demonstrated their musical, artistic and journalistic skills at this year’s Sound City.
Liverpool Hope University is ranked fifth in the UK for Teaching Quality by The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016.
Liverpool Hope has been featured in The Quality Assurance Agency’s (QAA) latest publication “Good Practice in Higher Education Review: A Collection of Case Studies.”
Residential students who have embodied the values and mission of the University were honoured at the halls of residence end-of-year dining in nights.
A slice of Rio de Janeiro is coming to the Capstone Theatre as the Department of Social Work, Care and Justice host a film screening as part of the Brazilica Festival.
Football fans from Angela, Austin and St Etheldreda Halls were given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play the beautiful game at Everton Football Club.
A series of specialist workshops gave Music students a unique opportunity to work with renowned musicians.
Next week a lively, talented cast of Drama, Dance, and Creative and Performing Arts students from Liverpool Hope University will present Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman in the Capstone Theatre.
Experienced Ironman and Marathon runner Dr Owen Barden has been selected to represent Great Britain at the ITU Powerman Long Distance Duathlon World Championships.
Senior Lecturer in Modern History Dr Sonja Tiernan gave an address at an event commemorating the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland.
A £500 cheque was presented to Wirral Mind by the School of Teacher Education - winners of the National Student Survey (NSS) departmental charity competition.
A piece composed by Music Doctoral student Zaina Shihabi is helping the UN Refugee Agency to raise awareness about the plight of the people of Syria.
Final year Politics and International Relations student Anthony Lavelle was elected as a councillor for Croxteth in last week’s local elections.
Primary school students from Knowsley visited Liverpool Hope for a Van Gogh-themed art day, as part of Children's University.
A campaign to reduce the University’s energy consumption and increase sustainability, saw Halls of Residence students battle it out to be crowned winners.
Charitable students volunteered to collect donations in celebration of the 28th birthday of Everton in the Community.
Staff and students are invited to gather for a Poststructuralism and Document Analysis Masterclass organised by the Research Informed Teaching Community of Practice.
Lecturer in Visual Communication Dr Elena Boschi discussed her work on the interrupted screening model at the Radical Film Network Festival and Unconference at the University of Glasgow.
Professor Neil Ferguson from the Department of Psychology has been awarded an Economic and Social Research Council grant for his research into how paramilitaries transitioned to and from civilian life during the conflict and peace process in Northern Ireland.
Members of the public are invited to a free lecture which will explain what we can – and can’t – learn about ourselves from investigations into our DNA. Professor Mehmet Dorak will present his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on Wednesday 18th May.
An exhibition showcasing the work of final year students from the Department of Fine and Applied Art is set to go on display at the Creative Campus.
The record attempt for the world’s largest tennis lesson, which took place as part of the 2015 Liverpool Hope University International Tennis tournament, has been officially ratified by the Guinness Book of Records.
Liverpool Hope University’s Honorary Doctor of Letters Marilynne Robinson has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People.
New technology that recreates the sensation of touch in virtual reality has been developed by PhD student Andualem Maereg.
An interactive field trip helped Geography and Environmental Science students to hone their skills and put theory into practice.
Angel Field at the Creative Campus has been named the number one must-visit place in Liverpool.
Comedy playwrights have less than a month left to be in with a chance of winning £10,000 and the opportunity to have their work considered for production by Liverpool’s Royal Court.
Music lovers congregated to hear Liverpool Hope University Chamber Choir and an ensemble from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic perform at the Spring Concert.
Marketing, Business Management and Accounting students from Liverpool Hope travelled to Belgium and France to take part in an International Business Game.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Sadek Hamid discussed British Counter-extremism Policy at an international conference in Turkey.
Professor Gerald Pillay, Vice Chancellor & Rector of Liverpool Hope University, welcomes the verdict from the Hillsborough Inquests, and reflects on the courage and selflessness of the Hillsborough families throughout their 27 year quest for justice.
Research into Liverpool dance-band leader Mary Hamer was presented by Senior Lecturer in Music Dr Mike Brocken and Head of Music Dr Laura Hamer at the Jazz Utopia Fourth International Rhythm Changes Conference.
A new publication by Head of Education Dr Phil Bamber has received ringing endorsements from academics in the field.
The build up to this year's Liverpool Hope International Tennis Tournament began with a press conference where Dr Omid Alizadehkhaiyat, Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science in the School of Health Sciences, discussed the department's latest research into the health benefits of tennis.
Senior Lecturer in History Dr Bryce Evans was invited to Parliament to brief MPs, Lords and Ministers on the history and future of communal dining.
Accomplished composer Mark Simpson returns to Hope as he prepares for the debut of his Opera Pleasure.
An all-girls Formula 1(F1) team are hoping to be in poll position after receiving sponsorship from Liverpool Hope University’s Faculty of Science.
Fine Art students have the opportunity to showcase their talents at Liverpool Sound City thanks to a collaborative project with Hope.
Join crime writers and critics in conversation, at a special workshop organised by the English Department in partnership with the Bluecoat.
The Ambassador of Ireland to the UK is to give a free public lecture on the implications of Brexit for Britain, Ireland and Europe.
The University is saddened to hear of the of the death of Fr Bernard Doyle, the last Principal of Christ's College, one of Hope's founding Colleges.
Liverpool Hope’s Gaelic Football team is celebrating winning the BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) Championship for the third year in a row.
Producing ice sculptures for global TV phenomenon Game of Thrones and working with an internationally renowned artist have been all in a day’s work for Design student Attila Olah.
Sport & Physical Education BA graduate Neal Sutton has had his undergraduate dissertation published by a leading Social Sciences journal.
Academics and students from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their experiences and expertise with media outlets including The Guardian, The Big Issue and The Belfast Telegraph.
Pranay Raj Shakya, SU Vice President for Education, was shortlisted for International Students’ Officer of the Year by the National Union of Students.
Four hard-hitting short films co-created by Hope alumni Joe Reel and Ian Broadhurst premiered to a full house at Manchester’s HOME.
Liverpool Hope University’s BSc (Hons) Mathematics degree programme has been accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
Spending time at one of Liverpool’s biggest advertising agencies gave Media and Communication students an insight into future careers.
Dr Jacqui Miller, Head of the Media and Communication Department, returned to Université Catholique de Lille to represent Hope at Lille's second Erasmus week.
Law Lecturer Dr Brian Christopher Jones comments on the relationship between a British exit from the European Union and human rights in a piece for the Oxford Human Rights Hub blog.
The 2016/17 SU election saw a record voter turnout and a second term for officers Kira Cox, Ayo Akinrele, Pranay Shakya. The final turnout was 25% - the best out of all Liverpool universities and above the national average.
A trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park aimed to inspire students from the department of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies, who explored the park’s unique installations.
British Science Week visitors have explored the inner workings of the brain, the art of healthy eating, and the science behind consciousness and cognitive processes.
Running the Business School for a day was an exhilarating challenge for Business Management student Claudia Hurlock, who took over at the helm as Acting Head for a day. Here she talks about the unique experience.
This year’s Hope’s Got Talent saw 20 amazing acts audition over three heats all trying to book their place in the Grand Final at the Capstone Theatre.
More than 14 countries were represented at Liverpool Hope’s annual International Culture Carnival.
National Museums Liverpool Director David Fleming discussed how museums can change lives in his inaugural Professorial lecture.
Tony Bradley, Professional Tutor in Business, has written and will co-produce a musical which will be premiered in Liverpool this autumn to commemorate the 75th anniversary of The Blitz.
World-renowned language expert Professor David Crystal OBE returned to the city in which he studied to deliver Liverpool Hope University’s annual Hopkins lecture on Friday 4th March.
A live link up with aid workers on the island of Samos is one of the events organised by Liverpool Hope students to mark World Social Work day.
Sustainability and energy efficiency are high on the agenda for The Sheppard-Worlock Library team, who have been working towards the NUS Green Impact initiative.
Dr Manuella Blackburn's music composition 'Ice Breaker' (2015) has been selected for performance in the SIME festival at the Charles de Gaulle University – Lille III, France.
Senior Lecturer in History and Politics Sonja Tiernan looks at the history of International Women’s Day and whether it remains as relevant now as when it was introduced.
Politically motivated violence in Northern Ireland was discussed by Psychology Professor Neil Ferguson at an invited talk at the University of Plymouth.
A Leverhulme Research Grant has been awarded to Dr David Lundie for his work on ‘The influence of securitisation on spiritual, moral, social and cultural development in England’s schools’.
The role of women in peace and conflict will be explored at a special conference organised to coincide with International Women’s Day.
Liverpool influencers debated hot topics affecting students and the wider British society in a live debate broadcast by Media and Communication students on THIS Radio.
Members of the creative arts industry came together to celebrate the partnership between Hope and Tate Liverpool.
Students, staff and alumni came together in song at the Annual Conference and Choirs Festival of the Cathedrals Group 2016.
Scientists at Liverpool Hope are asking the public to help them discover exactly why snakes, spiders and creepy crawlies make some people scared. The experiment is part of a programme of free family activities at Liverpool Hope University during British Science Week 2016 (14th-18th March 2016).
The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has commended Liverpool Hope for the way it enhances student learning opportunities and identified a number of areas of good practice.
National Museums Liverpool Director David Fleming will discuss how museums change lives in his inaugural Professorial lecture.
Dave Wood returned to studying after 13 years in the probation service and went on to turn his research and passion for helping marginalised people into his own business.
Hope’s Learning Lab facilities have been awarded the AV News Education Project of the Year at the Integrated Systems Europe Conference.
Liverpool’s monthly Story Night event will be hosted by Lecturer in Drama Dr Stephe Harrop and students from her final-year Storytelling seminar.
The first inaugural lecture of 2016 was led by Professor David Chester, Head of Geography and Professor of Environmental Sciences, who provided an insight into his four decades of disaster research.
Rider testing for the World Human Power Speed Challenge took place at Liverpool Hope’s new Sports Science labs.
The music of India was brought to life for Hope students through the teachings of Visiting Lecturer in Comparative Musicology Dr Anil Srinivasan.
Jazz artists Courtney Pine, Philip Catherine, Pascal Schumacher and Andy Sheppard will perform at the university's Capstone Theatre this week as part of the 2016 Liverpool International Jazz Festival.
Pro Vice-Chancellor the Revd Professor Kenneth Newport has been awarded the Doctor of Divinity degree by the University of Oxford.
Congratulations to Fine Art tutor Frances Disley, who has been selected as one of Liverpool Biennial’s Associate Artists.
World-renowned language expert Professor David Crystal OBE will return to the city in which he studied to deliver Liverpool Hope University’s annual Hopkins lecture.
Process and payment experts WPM named Liverpool Hope University’s Online Store a winner at its annual awards ceremony.
Aspiring and established playwrights can now enter their comedy scripts for the second Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
The Psychology Department will welcome Professor Katsuaki Sakata from Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo, Japan, to speak at a guest research seminar.
Unique work experience opportunities were presented to six Hope students at the Insight to Business Awards.
Award-winning crime fiction writer Paul Johnston and Guardian theatre critic Mark Fisher shared their expertise with Creative Writing students.
The English Institute of Sport (EIS) held its quarterly Upper Limb Group meeting at Liverpool Hope University, where the potential for research collaboration was discussed.
Dr Stephen Kelly, Lecturer in Modern History, has been presented with two research awards by Cambridge University, which will allow him access to Margaret Thatcher’s personal papers.
THIS Radio (The Hope Institute of Sound) will start broadcasting live from Liverpool Hope’s Creative Campus every Monday from 15th February.
The arrival of 15 new PhD scholarship students means the future looks bright for research at Hope.
Dr Elena Boschi, Elliot Hardman from the Department of Media and Communication and Susan Forde from the Department of History Politics have organised a LGBT narratives seminar series at Liverpool Hope University to coincide with LGBT history month and beyond.
A group of students from the Dance, Drama and Performance Studies Department have been working hard to develop a series of performances based on Arvan Kumars’ epic children’s tale The Heartstone Odyssey.
Students, staff and members of the public are invited to a series of artist talks at Liverpool Hope’s Creative Campus – starting with Turner Prize Winners Assemble on February 10th.
On Wednesday evening, Professor Alister E. McGrath, Gresham Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford, visited the University to deliver his free public lecture, Science vs Faith: Richard Dawkins vs. C. S. Lewis on the Meaning of Life.
On Foundation Day, the University’s youngest student is invited to take part in the annual service, which honours Hope’s commitment to social justice and mission to educate the mind, body and spirit.
Professor of Environmental Sciences and Head of Geography David Chester will give his inaugural lecture on the impacts of historic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.
Professor Alister E. McGrath, Gresham Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford, will compare the opposing views of Richard Dawkins and C. S. Lewis in a free public lecture.
The University colours were flying in Liverpool City centre today, as the Hope community gathered to celebrate Winter Graduation.
Liverpool Hope University will present its former Rector & Chief Executive Professor Simon Lee with an honorary degree at its Winter Graduation ceremony at the Metropolitan Cathedral on 26th January 2016.
Congratulations to Business Gateway Manager Carol Buckman who has been nominated for the Female Enabler Award at this year’s Liverpool City Region Women in Business Awards.
More than 40 local and national teaching organisations, recruitment agencies, and local authorities will gather at Hope Park for the Teaching and Education Fair 2016.
The University community gathered to celebrate the institution’s ecumenical constitution at the annual Foundation Day Service.
Hillsborough campaigners Margaret Aspinall CBE and Trevor Hicks CBE are to be made Senior Fellows of Liverpool Hope University today.
Fine Art and Sculpture student Henry Chan has beaten hundreds of students and young artists to be named IDO3D’s new brand ambassador.
Lecturer in Electronic Engineering Emanuele Lindo Secco has joined the Open Science platform Frontiers as a Review Editor.
The Irish Studies Research Group is launching a series of public seminars that will run until mid-April and encompass a wide-ranging spectrum of Irish life.
Hillsborough campaigners Margaret Aspinall CBE and Trevor Hicks CBE will be made Senior Fellows of Liverpool Hope University next week.
Six Business Management students gain valuable experience and impress future employers at the largest student business challenge contest in the UK.
History and Politics lecturers from Liverpool Hope University are inviting the public to free lectures that will explore the history of camp systems in the UK, Germany and Russia.
The latest intake of graduate interns have joined the Hope community, taking on a variety of roles across the University.
Former Professor of Politics Bill Jones has dedicated his new book to the undergraduates he taught during his time at Liverpool Hope University.
A musical drama which started life as a performance at Liverpool Hope University’s annual Cornerstone Arts Festival is to be broadcast by BBC Radio 4.
Staff and students are invited to share their thoughts on current affairs at two round tables hosted by the Tutu Centre.
At his fifth and final lecture, Professor Sir Mark Hedley discussed the sentencing process of the courts and how complex the decision making process is when passing a sentence.
Phase two of development works at Hope Park Campus will begin in January 2016, as construction starts on the new Sports Complex.
The Department of Social Work, Care and Justice welcomes two new academics, with research specialisms including the concept of the big society and children and young people’s views of well-being.
Liverpool Hope students and staff welcomed older people from the local area to a Christmas tea party.
Local community group Childwall in Bloom has thanked Liverpool Hope University for helping it scoop the Best Large Neighbourhood award.
Fine Art students at Liverpool Hope University are to be trained in coding as part of a new three-year agreement with FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology).
Catherine O’Connell, Associate Director of the Centre for Education and Policy Analysis, responds to a recent study that identified four ‘tiers’ of universities in the UK:
Liverpool Hope University students and staff have been sharing their expertise and experiences with local and national media.
Everton legend Ian Snoddin presented the trophy to the winners of the first Global Hope World Cup.
Level I (5) Tourism students experienced Berlin’s unique tourism offerings on a four-day visit to the German capital.
Dr Sadek Hamid was invited this week to speak at a seminar in Barcelona organised by the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), where he delivered a presentation on “Invisible Muslims: Islam’s New Cultural Producers.”
Associate Professor Dr David Bolt has been named as a collaborator on a new £1.5 million project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s (AHRC’s) Large Grant scheme.
Senior Lecturer in Popular Music Studies Dr Michael Brocken has joined charitable trust Square Roots as a trustee.
A banner crafted by one of Liverpool Hope University’s Design students is on display in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
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.
This year’s Partnership Christmas competition was launched at the end of October, and the theme captured the imagination of local primary schools.
All this week you can find out about international exchange – where you can spend a semester or even a year abroad at one of our partner universities across the world. Andrew Bourke studied in Canada and here he shares his top ten experiences of international exchange.
Childwall business owners joined local councillors at an innovative dementia awareness event held at Liverpool Hope University.
With Freshers’ Fair upon us, Kira Cox (Students’ Union President, Liverpool Hope University), gives us 5 things you can get involved with to make most out of your time at Liverpool Hope
International Exchange week (7th-12th December) gives students the chance to find out about studying abroad in countries such as Canada, Belgium, USA and Spain.
Drama student Jonathan Cheriyan, who won a 21 and under award at the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize in April this year, is set to premiere his new musical Prodigal at the university’s Capstone Theatre.
Professor Sir Mark Hedley will present the last lecture in his Distinguished Law Lecture Series this Tuesday with a lecture entitled, ‘The Sentence of the Court: What is society’s purpose?’
Professorial Fellow Professor Theodora Papatheodorou considered the concept of the universal child at the latest Childhood Today seminar, and questioned the wisdom of separating the child from the context.
Liverpool Hope University and Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, have signed an agreement to explore the ways in which the two institutions can work together.
John Godber’s new comedy about culture, class and the theatre comes to The Capstone Theatre for one night only on November 24th as part of Liverpool Hope University’s 15th Cornerstone festival.
Liverpool Hope is among those praised by The Independent in an article about the success of new universities and their contribution to the confidence and recognition of British Higher Education.
Our Creative Campus is home to Music, Drama and Art, as well as our Capstone Theatre, where Liverpool Hope students can watch performances from around the world at discount prices and often for free. If you are living, studying or visiting from Hope Park, here are some key people you need to know.
Liverpool Hope has launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas.
The Department of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies welcomes four new academics this year, with research interests ranging from Restoration drama to experimental theatre.
There’s no denying that our campuses are pretty stunning. With old buildings steeped in history stood next to more modern architecture and surrounded by landscaped gardens, our Hope Park Campus based in the leafy suburb of Childwall, South Liverpool, has a real community feel.
Artists from the Foundation of Art and Creative Technology (FACT) shared an insight into their craft with students at the Creative Campus.
Two scholarship presentation evenings celebrated students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement and ability.
Jazz supremo Courtney Pine, Belgian guitar legend Philip Catherine, Luxembourg vibraphone player Pascal Schumacher and British saxophonist Andy Sheppard are set to make the 2016 Liverpool International Jazz Festival (LIJF) the biggest and best yet.
Students, staff, alumni and friends are invited to celebrate the festive season at Liverpool Hope with a choice of concerts this December.
The Department of History and Politics hosted the North West Early Modern Seminar where a series of papers and presentations on current research projects were discussed.
The department of Nutrition in the School of Health Sciences has welcomed Emma Lees, whose research focuses on type 2 diabetes, obesity and ageing, as a new Post Doctoral Teaching Fellow.
Alongside eight days of free Cornerstone Arts Festival events at our Creative Campus, Hope Park will host a series of free lunchtime and early evening performances from international artists.
Two scholarship presentation evenings will celebrate students that have been recognised for outstanding achievement and ability.
A shipping container filled with clothes, toiletries, food and other vital supplies has arrived in Greece six weeks after it was packed by Liverpool Hope University staff and students.
Hungarian Ambassador Péter Szabadhegy discussed Hungary’s response to the current refugee crisis with students during a public lecture at Hope Park.
Five lucky students were presented with iPads after being entered into a prize draw.
Students were given a sneak peek at Liverpool Hope University’s new £8.5million science building, which is due to open in January 2016.
The use of discretionary powers in cases of welfare and best interest was discussed by Professor Sir Mark Hedley in his fourth public lecture.
Members of the University’s Psychology department have been travelling across the globe to present research at international conferences.
Students and staff from Liverpool Hope University’s Business School hosted members of Professional Liverpool for their first joint event at the University’s Hope Park campus, where topics under discussion included the UK skills gap.
Students will have the opportunity to explore the latest Google Expeditions technology, as Liverpool Hope University helps pioneer a new and exciting education programme.
A play written and performed by a Liverpool Hope Professor and which premiered at the university's Cornerstone Arts festival is to be performed in Armenia.
Trevor Lyttleton, Chairman of Contact the Elderly, said that he wants to “pass on the torch” to the next generation after announcing his retirement during the acceptance speech for his honorary degree from Liverpool Hope University.
Dance theatre company Fallen Angels will perform Upon Awakening at the Cornerstone Arts Festival this weekend. Phil Ashby, Liverpool Hope University student and performer with the company, discusses his experience of producing the piece and how dance helped him move forward.
Dr Jim Stack, Lecturer in Education, hosted the second seminar of the Childhood Today Series ran by the University’s Faculty of Education.
Christmas themed creativity is the inspiration for this season’s Saturday Art and Design Club, which has relaunched at the Creative Campus.
The local two-form entry school serves children aged 3-11 years and has been in partnership with Liverpool Hope University for a number of years.
Students and staff embraced the festive spirit of giving, in the hope of spreading some Christmas cheer to underprivileged children.
Dr Namrata Rao, Senior Lecturer in Education Studies, has contributed to a study by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education, looking at the link between information sharing and satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey (NSS).
Leading Irish crime writer John Connolly and widely-published London-based noir writer Richard Godwin led two writing masterclasses at Hope.
Dr Evan Lawrence, a Visiting Lecturer in Terrorism and Security at Liverpool Hope University, spoke to media outlets across the UK and France in the wake of the terrorist attacks on Paris.
Ambassador Péter Szabadhegy, Embassy of Hungary, will give a public lecture at Hope Park on Friday 20th November.
Researchers from Liverpool Hope University have published a book which argues that disability studies and disability theory should be integrated more fully into academic discourse.
Lecturer in Law Dr Brian Christopher Jones has produced a journal article for the Wisconsin Law Review discussing the constitutional future of the US Supreme Court.
Head of Music Dr Laura Hamer presented her research on the music and politics of French composer Elsa Barraine at the University of Leeds and at Bangor University.
Liverpool Hope’s Skill Acquisition & Human Movement Science (MSc) course operates in “one of the fastest growing areas of sports science” according to Dr Greg Wood, an expert in how anxiety affects footballers taking penalties.
When and how the state should intervene in private life was explored by Professor Sir Mark Hedley in the third lecture of his free public series.
The theme of this year’s National Youth Work Week (2-8th November) is ‘have your say.’ This week, our MA Youth and Community Work students got together to have their say on the power of youth and community work, and the vital role it plays.
The Department of Psychology is launching a new learning initiative that will use famous films as a starting point to discuss human psychology.
In less than a month, musicians, artists and dancers from around the world will arrive at Liverpool Hope for the 15th Cornerstone Arts Festival.
The 2015 Cornerstone Festival is to celebrate its 15th year by offering a completely free public programme including the Liverpool premiere of John Godber’s new comedy Poles Apart.
Dr Fahimeh Jafari, whose specialisms include Design Methodologies, Interconnection Networks and Mathematical Modelling joins the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science as a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in Computer Science.
Liverpool Hope Business School has welcomed three new members of staff with research interests ranging from customer experience in the hospitality sector to
The Right Reverend Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool, will deliver the 19th Annual Archbishop Blanch Memorial Lecture.
With great sorrow, we must announce that Jan Cardinal Korec passed away on Saturday 24th October 2015.
In the second of in his free public lecture series, Professor Sir Mark Hedley took on the task of examining the relationship between truth and proof in the justice system.
A new Cognitive Neuroscience & Neuroimaging MSc programme has launched in the Psychology Department.
The Department of Nutrition in the School of Health Sciences has welcomed Claire Macdonald-Clarke as a new Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in Nutrition.
Following pianist Stephen Hough’s performance at the Capstone Theatre, University Secretary Graham Donelan reflects on the evening.
The Department of Law has welcomed two new academics this term, with specialisms ranging from Sports Law to IT Law and Policy.
Social Work students from Liverpool Hope University filled a container with close to eight tonnes of aid for thousands of refugees in Samos, as well as taking a convoy of supplies and funds to Calais.
The University’s Governing Council held a special dinner to induct new Fellows into the Halls.
The History Department has welcomed Dr Sam Hyde as a new Post Doctoral Teaching Fellow. Dr Hyde works on the history of political and popular cultures in the modern era, with principle interests in social movements, popular protest, and political cartoons.
Professor Simon Piasecki, Head of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies, features in this week's edition of the Times Higher Education discussing his role in the final episode of This is England 90 on Channel 4.
Professor Sir Mark Hedley began the first in a new series of Distinguished lectures by reflecting on the role of the trial judge in today’s society, and how society's perception of the judge has changed over time.
An image by Liverpool Hope student Joannah Pickstone has been selected to light up Blackpool promenade as part of a National Poetry Day campaign.
We've put together a list of the top 5 things you can do during your first month at university that will help you throughout your degree.
As teaching begins, we've put together a list of five people who can help you with your academic life, from now until the end of your studies.
Professor Pierre Giorgini, Président-Recteur Université Catholique de Lille, officially unveiled Liverpool Hope University’s new Learning Lab.
The new Students' Union Sabbatical Officers talk about what they have in store.
Work by the artist Thekla Kampelmann has gone on display in the Chapel at Hope Park.
Lecturer in Creative Writing Dr Eleanor Rees has been selected to contribute to Druskininkai Poetic Fall.
Senior Lecturer in English Literature Dr Guy Cuthbertson has been awarded a Visiting Research Fellowship.
Professor Sir Mark Hedley, the Former High Court Judge who made legal history in 2010 by being the first judge to allow journalists into the Court of Protection, is to pass his own judgement on the UK legal system at a series of free public lectures at Liverpool Hope University.
The Liverpool Hope University Service and Leadership Award is an extra-curricular programme open to all undergraduate students. Attend one of our upcoming introduction events to find out how you can get involved.
The Department of Psychology welcomes two new academics this term, whose research ranges from memory and face recognition to visual preference and aesthetics.
The Hope Park Campus is where all of our central services are located, so no matter which campus you live on, there will be quite a few people here that you will need to know, and who can help you throughout your studies.
Four participants have been selected for the Instruments India Composition Commission, following a competitive and challenging judging process.
Prospective students and their families found out what it is like to study and live at Liverpool Hope University, as the first Open Day of 2015 got underway.
Liverpool Hope has launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas.
Professor Bill Chambers, Pro Vice-Chancellor Emeritus, will give the opening address at a week-long event held in the former European Capital of Culture Sibiu, Romania.
An exhibition of work by Teaching the Eye to See art group is on display at the University’s Hope Park Campus for the first time.
The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies at Liverpool Hope University will host its annual international conference on “The Narratives of Peace and Conflict" from Wednesday 1st July to Friday 3rd July 2015.
As the world’s top tennis players prepared for Wimbledon at Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament 2015, several of our students gained valuable work experience.
The Centre for Culture and Disability Studies’ (CCDS’) biennial conference will be held at Hope Park campus on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd July 2015.
Health Sciences researchers at Liverpool Hope University gathered to share news on their latest research, look ahead to REF 2020 and discuss long term plans for Health Sciences at Liverpool Hope.
This week, students hoping to join us in September 2015 were sent a pair of Liverpool Hope University sunglasses to kick off this year’s #summerofhope campaign.
A new book series produced by the Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion has been given the green light.
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) has confirmed accreditation of Liverpool Hope’s new Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PGCert LTHE).
Following an initial assessment in 2012, the University’s Career Development and Employability service has recently been re-accredited with Matrix Quality Standard for Advice and Guidance Services.
As the Department of Culture, Media and Sport announces a 5.5% increase in creative industry jobs across the UK, Professor Nick Rees, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, represented Liverpool Hope at a roundtable to discuss leadership in the cultural sector.
Paul Rooney, Assistant Head of Department for Geography and Environmental Science at Liverpool Hope University, is elected to the Steering Committee for the International Geographical Union’s Commission on Coastal Systems.
Dr Bryce Evans, Senior Lecturer in History in the University’s History and Politics department, has recently published his research on the parallels between the “National Kitchens” of World War I and the food banks of today.
From September 2015, students at Liverpool Hope will be able to use a brand new learning lab - an innovative space which fuses new and emerging technologies with traditional teaching tools.
Vocal ensemble Voices of Hope (VoH) raised more than 2,000 euros for charity following a highly successful tour of the Dordogne region in France.
Liverpool Hope University brought researchers from around the world to St Vincent’s School to discuss new ways in which to teach Arts, Mathematics and Science to vision impaired (VI) students.
Activists from the Liverpool area and beyond joined academics at the Creative Campus for a conference discussing Effective Grass Roots Activism.
Liverpool Hope University has begun working with London-based Tento Technologies to develop new visual cryptography technology for smartphones, which could rid the world of remembered passwords.
A Liverpool Hope University design student from Skelmersdale, whose work is currently on display in Hollywood, has been awarded a £2000 scholarship by Prince Charles.
Dr Mike Brocken, Senior Lecturer in Popular Music Studies, has published a new book exploring The Beatles’ impact on the tourism, culture and music of Liverpool in the 21st century.
Children aged between 7 and 10 years old are needed to help with a research study into a Developmental Coordination Disorder known as Dyspraxia.
Experts from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their expertise with national and local media.
Undergraduates from Liverpool Hope University had eight pieces of research accepted onto the programme of the 2015 Nutrition Society Meeting – making them the most successful university or research institution to participate in the conference.
Liverpool Hope University is inviting 14-16 year olds to put themselves in the picture with a new free portraiture workshop.
Work to extend the Sheppard-Worlock Library will take place throughout the summer as part of plans to re-house several collections.
Undergoing surgery during her PGCE year didn’t stop Alexandra Moran, winner of the PGCE Secondary Prize for Excellence, from completing the course alongside her classmates. Here she talks about overcoming ill health to follow in her parent’s footsteps.
Joanne Williams, who received the School Direct Primary Prize for Excellence, shares her experience of studying for her PGCE qualification at Liverpool Hope University.
There was a jubilant atmosphere on campus as PGCE Presentation Ceremonies were held at Hope Park to celebrate the next generation of teaching professionals.
Pulitzer Prize winner and one of President Obama’s favourite authors Marilynne Robinson praised Liverpool as a “great hearted”, “generous” and “fascinating” city when she picked up an honorary degree from Liverpool Hope University.
In the first ever Liverpool Hope Hopkins lecture, Dr Marilynne Robinson argued the case for the Liberal Arts university and warned of the dangers of creating graduates who are there solely to fulfil an economic need.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Dr Marilynne Robinson to receive Honorary Doctorate from Liverpool Hope today.
Ashley Kirwan achieved First Class Honours in BA Education and Geography and received three awards during the Prize-giving Service.
Victoria Grimbly works in the Faculty of Education at Liverpool Hope University as Postgraduate Taught Administrator and has just completed her International Master of Business Administration.
Seeing his work recognised in print was the icing on the cake for Biology and Education graduate Christopher Myers.
Business Management and Marketing student David Bell is certainly driven - demonstrated by his First Class degree and his Dean’s Award for achievement in Marketing.
Law and Social Policy graduate Rajinder Kaur is celebrating a double win after being named top performing student in both Law and Social Policy.
As we prepare for graduations, we take an in depth look at our honorary degree recipients. Trevor Lyttleton, founder of Contact the Elderly, will receive his honorary degree in the same year that his charity celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Christian Theology and Media and Communication student Daniel Leung used his time at Liverpool Hope to hone his broadcasting skills and deepen his participation in chaplaincy life.
Nutrition graduate Rosa Treadwell was one of eight students invited to present her research at the Annual Summer Meeting of the Nutrition Society, an impressive achievement for a final-year student.
Completing an MSc in Police Leadership has transformed Tony Jones’s attitude to learning - and to his job. Tony, who is a Chief Inspector with Merseyside Police, left school in 1984 at the age of 16 and worked his way up through the ranks.
As well as achieving a First class degree in Computing, Joshua Sherwood was awarded the Institution for Engineering and Technology Scholarship for the best research project.
Michael Colwell graduates with a First Class Honours degree in Psychology and the highest mark for his undergraduate dissertation. He has also been awarded the British Psychological Society Prize for his academic achievements.
Graduating with a First in Psychology and the second-highest mark for her dissertation, Rebecca Dwyer received the Psychology Examiner’s Prize.
During her three years at Liverpool Hope, Jill overcame a number of serious health problems, including pancreatitis and pneumonia, to complete her degree in Early Childhood and Education.
Leah gained a First Class Honours Degree and was also awarded a scholarship for academic achievement. Here, she tells us about her time at Liverpool Hope University and her plans for the future.
Alison Clark was awarded with her PhD after completing her degree, entitled: Voices on Values: Perceptions, Reactions and Effects in a Catholic School. Here, Alison tells us about her PhD experience at Liverpool Hope.
Marcus Morris, from Brighton, studied Education (Childhood and Youth) and picked up the prize for Contribution to Childhood and Youth Studies.
Professor Roger Brown, an authority on the application of market-based policies to higher education, is recognised for his services to Higher Education.
At the final graduation ceremony of 2015, honorary degree recipient Professor Roger Brown argued for the importance of diversity in education and told Liverpool Hope graduates that they and universities are “the lifeblood of society.”
Michael Ross, one of the writers shortlisted for the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize, is aiming to bring his play, Happy to Help, to the Park Theatre in London.
It was another successful graduation this week with around 1,000 graduates joined by their families and friends on campus across three days of celebrations.
Taking learnings from her International Relations and Social Policy degree, second year student Emma Lewis has been working hard behind the scenes to raise the profile of Young Everyman and Playhouse’s (YEP’s) successful theatre group.
The Focolare summer gathering brought more than 700 people from across the UK to Liverpool Hope University to celebrate the gospel message of love.
In the latest National Student Survey results released this week, Liverpool Hope University has been ranked as the number one University in the North West for Teaching, Assessment and Feedback, Academic Support and Personal Development, and top in the city for overall student satisfaction.
Student feedback has ranked Liverpool Hope University’s Student Union (SU) the second most improved in the country.
Initial Teacher Training provision at Liverpool Hope University has been ranked first in the North West and first among the 50 largest providers nationally.
The Capstone Theatre, Liverpool Hope's on site performance venue, will celebrate five years of bringing internationally acclaimed music, dance and theatre to Liverpool with a packed Autumn/Winter programme of tragic love stories, cutting edge jazz, contemporary dance and film classics.
Art work produced by six Liverpool Hope University Master’s students will be displayed in a free exhibition at the Creative Campus.
Associate Professor David Bolt’s successful book The Madwoman and the Blindman is set to be launched in paperback this autumn.
A research project which uses gaze-training techniques normally used by elite athletes to help children with Dyspraxia was featured on Granada Reports.
American gun culture and the right to bear arms were discussed on BBC Radio Merseyside by visiting Lecturer in International Relations Dr Evan Lawrence.
Comedian and Liverpool Hope University alumnus Jake Mills has been named in the Pride of Merseyside honours list.
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrat Peers Lord Navnit Dholakia praised the work of Milapfest and its “electric” 10-day Indika festival.
Proposals are welcomed for the Journal of Literacy and Cultural Disability Studies’ (JCLDS') special issue focusing on drama, theatrical performance and disability.
Well-established and novel methods for improving and strengthening memory loss are explored in a new volume from Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Davide Bruno.
Esteemed Brazilian puppet theatre company Giramundo shared insights into its fascinating history at a special evening hosted in collaboration with members of Global Hope.
This year the Department of Social Science welcomes three new academics, with research interests ranging from the politics of memory in transitional justice in the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia, to the use of the criminal law and the criminal justice system in dealing with minor crime.
A Liverpool Hope alumnus and a current member of Liverpool Hope staff are to host their first joint exhibition of work at the University’s on-site Cornerstone Gallery.
Professor Simon Piasecki, Liverpool Hope University’s Head of Dance, Drama and Performance Studies, is set to appear in the final episode of Shane Meadows’ This is England – as himself.
The second in a series of exhibitions created by Teaching the Eye to See art group has gone on display in the FML Senior Common Room.
An official dedication ceremony was held at Hope Park to unveil the New Gate sculpture.
Head of Music Dr Laura Hamer joins panel dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer Paul Dukas.
Tinderbox, an exhibition of collages by artist John Bunker, will go on display at the Cornerstone Gallery later this month.
Affective approaches to spatiality, location mapping, spaces and places were discussed at a one-day symposium held at Hope Park.
Dr Simon Marwood, Senior Lecturer in Physiology, and Dr Peter Angell, Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, have helped to select and train the riders to take on the World Human Power Speed Challenge in Nevada this week.
Composers, academics and postgraduate students, from countries across the world have applied to take part in a new composition commission launched by Liverpool Hope University and Milapfest.
The Music Department of Liverpool Hope University was well represented at the Ninth Biennial International Conference on Music since 1900.
American coastal dune experts from Hope College, Michigan, were welcomed to the Faculty of Science, Department of Geography and Environmental Science at Liverpool Hope University.
Posters submitted by students and professors from Liverpool Hope University were showcased at the European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP).
Biology and Education student Christy Flynn, and Childhood and Youth Sport and Physical Education student Lisa Bassett took part in the University’s international education charity Global Hope.
The ARION1 ULV team, which worked with Liverpool Hope University researchers Dr Simon Marwood and Dr Pete Angell to select and train riders, has broken the human powered British Land Speed Record three times at Battle Mountain, Nevada.
A paperback edition of the internationally-acclaimed biography of Wilfred Owen written by Senior Lecturer in English Literature Dr Guy Cuthbertson will be available to buy from October.
Senior Lecturer in Modern History Dr Sonja Tiernan’s book The Political Writings of Eva Gore-Booth has been praised in the media.
After a busy weekend of moving in to your new home, we thought we’d pull together a list of the top five places we’d recommend to chill out at Hope Park and Creative Campus:
The Faculty of Education welcomes five new academics this term, with research specialisms ranging from home education to international Higher Education policy.
This year’s Hope Starters have arrived on campus and are busy settling into life at Liverpool Hope University.
A team of more than twenty Liverpool Hope University Social Work students and their lecturers are to collect and deliver vital supplies to refugees in Calais.
The Department of English welcomes two new academics this term, with research specialism including English Renaissance translation theory and science, philosophy, politics, folklore and gender in Renaissance literature.
Construction of the new science building is forging ahead, with the £8.5 million development on target for completion in December 2015.
Bill Jones, Senior Honorary Research Fellow (and former Professor of Politics and History) discusses what the Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind 'sting' says about MPs' pay and social backgrounds, and the ethics of the 'honourable members'.
Michael Holmes, Senior Lecturer in European Politics, discusses the result of the Greek elections and what this means for the country.
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.
The Walking Dead and an eighteenth century Enlightenment text on the human condition will feature in Professor Simon Piasecki’s inaugural Professorial lecture.
Professor Simon Piasecki took the audience on a journey through eighteenth century philosophical texts, the Argentine Tango and contemporary television drama during his Inaugural Professorial Lecture.
The Liverpool Hope Business School has received the good news that its application for additional accreditation from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) for a further two subjects (taxation and audit & Assurance) has been approved.
Tutu Undergraduate War and Peace Society wins award for best new society
Liverpool Hope had launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas.
Liverpool Hope has launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas.
Liverpool Hope has launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research in selected areas.
A new book looking at how dance, drama and music can aid in the recovery from alcohol and drug addiction was launched at Liverpool Hope University this week.
Liverpool Hope had launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas. Find out more about the PhDs in Nutrition.
A new book edited by Senior Lecturer in History and Politics Dr Sonja Tiernan, which offers a collection of key political writings of activist Eva Gore-Booth, is set to be launched this week.
Research projects ranging from parasites to prosthetic limbs will be under discussion at the 2015 School of Health Sciences Research Day.
Little League Sports, set up by Liverpool Hope alumnus Jordan Wright, scooped a prestigious Business of the Year award at the Echo Regional Business Awards.
A milestone has been reached in the development of the new £8.5 million Science building, with the roofing and steelworks now complete. GRAHAM Construction started work on the two-storey structure in January and remain on schedule to hand over the building by December.
Liverpool Hope had launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas. Find out more about the PhDs in Nutrition.
Liverpool Hope had launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas. Find out more about the PhDs in Nutrition.
Business Management student Claudia Hurlock met with businesses and key influencers from around the world after being invited to the ninth World Chamber Congress in Turin.
Liverpool Hope has launched a series of PhD Scholarships and welcomes applications from outstanding individuals of a high calibre to pursue PhD research at Liverpool Hope University in selected areas. Find out more about the PhDs in Nutrition.
In the run up to the Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament, more than 800 children attempted to enter the Guinness Book of Records by taking part in what could be the world’s biggest tennis coaching lesson.
The local Nepalese community has joined in solidarity with the city’s universities and hospitals following Saturday’s devastating earthquake in Nepal, which has so far taken the lives of over 5,000 people.
Work has begun on a major new sculptural installation which will change the entrance to the Hope Park campus and create a brand new place to welcome visitors into the university community.
The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies is hosting a performance from Northern Irish singer-songwriter Steafán Hanvey at the Capstone Theatre.
Dr Elena Boschi from the Department of Media and Communication is partnering with FACT (Foundation for Art and Technology) on a one day event that will consider how art, technology and the media has changed the way we protest.
Dr Stefanie Kappler, Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Director of the Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, presented at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs seminar on memory, power and reconciliation after conflict.
The new edition of The Rough Guide to Great Britain has applauded Liverpool for its “great energy and charm,” and calls it a “dynamic, exciting place.”
The Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament drew to a close this Sunday by crowing Ana Bogdan and Aljaz Bedene as winners.
The University’s Alumni Office opened its third combined Alumni and Student Art Exhibition on Friday 11th April in the EDEN Building.
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.
A new dance company formed by Liverpool Hope University graduates and whose latest work is inspired by comic strips and superheroes is set to bring its innovative style of choreography on tour to the North West and Wales this Summer.
A Pulitzer Prize winner, a charity champion and a Higher Education Professor are set to receive Honorary Doctorates from Liverpool Hope University this July.
Liverpool Hope welcomed sports organisations, businesses and community partners to celebrate the 2015 Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament and Festival of Tennis.
Liverpool Hope University has joined the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) Generation Study Abroad initiative to help more Americans to gain international experience through study abroad programmes. This is one of more than 450 new commitments announced by IIE.
The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies is hosting its International Conference on 1st to 3rd July.
Fine Art and Design students have been given the opportunity to take their first steps into the professional art world after their degrees, thanks to a range of awards sponsored by prestigious arts organisations.
Ant Hamlyn has been named the recipient of the first Liverpool Hope University and FACT Production Residency. The announcement was made on the opening night of Liverpool Hope University’s Fine & Applied Arts Degree Show, at the University’s Creative Campus on Shaw Street.
Liverpool Hope alumnus and education leadership expert Dr Geoff Baker has returned to the University as a Visiting Fellow.
The next generation of Liverpool Hope University artists and designers will showcase their work at the 2015 Fine Art and Design Degree Show.
Liverpool Hope University has joined a new partnership designed to encourage investment and build Liverpool’s business links with China.
Liverpool Hope University’s Faculty of Education presented a cheque for £500 to the Oliver King Foundation.
The Department of Social Science collaborated with the British Society of Criminology to organise a one day seminar examining the relationship between punishment and the cessation of offending.
As Liverpool Hope is named official partner of Sound City 2015, we take a look at some of the acts selected to perform from among our own students. Here we focus on musician and artist Tony Dixon.
Whilst students from Liverpool Hope’s music department perform on conference and outdoor stages at this weekend’s Sound City, our Media and Communication students will also be showing their talents.
A new-look Service and Leadership Award (SALA), that allows students to gain 80 hours of valuable volunteering experience and training, has been launched at Liverpool Hope University.
Liverpool Hope, Channel 4 and Lime Pictures teamed up to give the next generation of aspiring media professionals an insight into the industry.
Early Childhood and Childhood and Youth students presented their research to a wide audience.
As Liverpool Hope is named official partner of Sound City 2015, we take a look at some of the acts selected to perform from among our own students. First, blues rock band The Aglets.
Liverpool Hope University and FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) are set to launch a new Graduate Production Residency.
British tennis number two Aljaz Bedene is set to take centre stage at the 2015 Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament.
Dr Sadek Hamid from the Department of Theology, Philosophy & Religious Studies was invited to speak in a seminar at the University of Helsinki this month.
Liverpool Hope academics have been sharing their expertise with the media on topics ranging from the UK election and international politics to the music of the Beatles.
Dr Esther van Ginneken, Lecturer in Criminology, Department of Social Science, was awarded the 2014 Nigel Walker Prize during the Annual Nigel Walker Lecture held at the University of Cambridge.
Dr Linda McLoughlin met with regional policy makers, community groups, local government representatives, magazine editors, women’s networks co-ordinators, and academics to discuss her latest research into identity politics in magazines aimed at British Asian women.
Lecturers from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their expertise with the media over the last week.
A new book, a trio of accolades and a World War I exhibition have helped bring Liverpool Hope staff to the attention of the media over the past week.
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.
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.
Sound City has announced Liverpool Hope University as an official partner for the 2015 festival and conference.
The Capstone Theatre was packed out with students and staff last Friday as the first ever Hope's Got Talent winner was announced.
Countries from across the world were represented at the 2015 Liverpool Hope Culture Carnival.
A trip to the World Chamber Congress in Turin and a four week internship with Everton FC’s Executive Team were just two of the awards presented to Liverpool Hope students at the first ever Insight to Business Awards.
A Liverpool-born market trader, a former hotel porter and a stand-up comedian are among the writers shortlisted for the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
A team of clinicians and Health Sciences researchers from Liverpool Hope University are inviting the public to a day of diabetes-themed lectures in aid of Diabetes UK.
Fine Art student Anthony Hamlyn showed off his diverse talent and helped raise money for charity on Red Nose Day 2015.
Nutrition students from Liverpool Hope University put their skills into practice by hosting a specially-designed healthy eating session for young people in Toxteth.
The team of judges have met to undertake their final deliberations before announcing the winner of the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
Liverpool Hope University’s Sheppard-Worlock Library is hosting an exhibition of World War I medals, memorials and sculptures created by Edward Carter Preston.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside Jane Kennedy spoke to students and staff from the Department of Social Science about her role and the key issues faced by the UK Police forces.
Senior Lecturer in English Dr Guy Cuthbertson discuses the history of the T.S. Eliot Prize, which was won this week by David Harsent.
The future of Afghanistan will be discussed at a roundtable event hosted by The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies on Tuesday 9th December.
When performance artist and drama Professor Simon Piaseki needed a director for his latest one man show, he found the perfect collaborator close to home.
Members of the public this week got the first glimpse of the ten plays shortlisted for the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
Liverpool Hope University's Gateway Building was awash with words, as people were invited to cover the glass windows with their favourite pieces of poetry.
Two academics from Christ University Bangalore have been visiting Liverpool Hope during the past week, deepening the links between the two institutions.
Students past and present came together for the launch of THIS Radio, Liverpool Hope’s new look radio station.
When Lauren Dalby went on a Global Hope trip to India, she prepared to teach for the first time in her life. However, she too was to learn plenty of lessons.
Scientists from Liverpool Hope University are set to work with the University of Liverpool and John Moores University this week, by helping to select riders to take on the World Human Power Speed Challenge.
Liverpool Hope’s School of Health Sciences (Sport and Exercise Science) has been involved in a major European funding application for a project that that will look at how monitoring the electrical activity of skeletal muscles can help prevent musculoskeletal disorders in children.
Members of Liverpool Hope University’s Business School have returned from a trip to the Catholic University at Lille, where they discussed collaboration opportunities for both students and staff.
A book by Liverpool Hope History and Politics Lecturer Dr Bryce Evans is to compete against Roddy Doyle’s biography of Roy Keane for the Irish Sports Book of the Year.
Liverpool Hope student and THIS Radio DJ Daniel Leung interviewed double chart-topping artist Jess Glynne.
As we count down to the November 21st launch, we take an in-depth look at each of the elements that makes the Cornerstone Arts Festival what it is. This week we find out how dance is being used to explore relationships - between between the digital and physical worlds and between male identities.
Professor Sir Mark Hedley, Former High Court Judge and Honorary Professor of Law at Liverpool Hope University, looks at the Oscar Pistorious trial through the eyes of judge Thokozile Masipa. He considers the implications of both televised trials and trials without a jury.
Students and staff are being encouraged to take on a university-wide environmental challenge starting this week.
With food poverty still a very real issue in the UK, Dr Bryce Evans, Senior Lecturer in History, went on a fact-finding mission to the Community Kitchens of Peru to find out how they have been feeding people there since the 1970s, and whether we can replicate it in the UK.
Liverpool Hope University and National Museums Liverpool marked the second year of collaboration on an MA course for curators and heritage managers of the future with a guest lecture from National Museums Liverpool Director David Fleming (OBE MA PhD AMA).
Students at Liverpool Hope University are being invited to get to grips with their finances at a new budgeting workshop.
The current state of radio, electroacoustic composition, the sunshine pop of the USA and the history of a Dutch Chamber owned by the university are all under the spotlight at the 2014 Music Seminar Series.
Liverpool Hope’s Cornerstone Arts Festival for 2014 was launched by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Gerald Pillay, on Friday, 3 October. This year’s Festival is led by Dr Alberto Sanna, Artistic Director, who is supported by Paola Nieddu and Hannah Payne.
Liverpool Hope’s School of Teacher Education team is to exhibit at the ADHD Foundation Conference, which is set to attract more than 300 delegates from across the world.
Since publishing his internationally-acclaimed biography of Wilfred Owen, Dr Guy Cuthbertson has fielded questions from around the world. However, Guy observes, most of them come back to “the human, universal and sometimes personal,” connection we can make with Owen’s words.
Final year students may have noticed that their new ID cards look different to previous years – this is because their Honours Card provides access to a range of extra support as they enter their final year of study.
Liverpool Hope University’s Centre for Culture and Disability Studies launches its 2014 Seminar Series on October 8th with a discussion on how autism is presented in literature.
Liverpool Hope University’s Teacher Education students are the most satisfied in the North West, according to figures released last month.
Our Place played host to the 54th Nigerian Independence Day celebrations this week.
Offering Beyoncé a cup of tea and revealing the result of a gripping TV whodunit via Snapchat is all in a day's work for Liverpool Hope University graduate Terri Doran. Terri has risen through the ranks in the media world, and is now Digital Co-ordinator with Lime Pictures, makers of Hollyoaks.
Hope's new Professorial Fellow Dr Ruth Pilkington has been named as a National Teaching Fellow for 2014 by the Higher Education Academy.
Liverpool Hope is to house more than 6000 hours of live Indian music recordings and a 30-year-old digital archive of rarely seen music and dance performances at the newly-created Milapfest Institute for Indian Arts.
Liverpool Hope University is helping to provide employment and good working conditions for young women from the slums of Govindpuri, India.
Dr David Bolt, Associate Professor at Liverpool Hope University, has been nominated as an Unsung Diversity Hero in the 2015 Excellence in Diversity Awards.
It was a tight squeeze at the offices of the Liverpool Royal Court – as the theatre took delivery of 200 scripts entered to the Liverpool Hope University Playwriting Prize.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has formally recognised Liverpool Hope University as a provider of Qualifying Law Degrees - meaning that when students choose to study Law at Liverpool Hope they will qualify to enter straight into the vocational stage of legal training.
Dr Guy Cuthbertson, Senior Lecturer in English at Liverpool Hope and biographer of Wilfred Owen, discusses the role that poetry plays in remembrance.
Lecturer in History Dr Sonja Tiernan appeared on Radio Four's Women's Hour on Friday 26th July, discussing the centenary of the Suffragette movement.
It is with deep regret that the University records that Mr Pete Cummings, a long-standing employee at Hope, passed away peacefully on Sunday 20th July.
Liverpool Hope University has signed agreements that will see it accredit PhDs for students at Newman University, Birmingham, and St Mary's University, Twickenham, from September 2014.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has been announced as the latest player to join the line-up at this year’s Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament.
Liverpool Hope graduate Rob Bryson is the mastermind behind School of Thought, an Educational Social Network which aims to enhance the learning environment of the school, home or community.