Introducing a new podcast sharing voices from across Leeds Beckett University. Hear from some of our world-leading researchers, how they’re transforming the world around us today and how they aspire to create a better tomorrow.
Student Life #6: Choosing the right university for you
Are you currently deciding which university to apply to? Abi, Laura and Owen share their top tips on how to choose the right university for you and provide support with your UCAS application.
Dr James McGrath: Exploring hidden impairments and disabilities
To mark UK Disability History Month, Dr James McGrath looks into one of its main themes: hidden impairments and hidden disabilities. James also shares his own story of being diagnosed with autism as an adult and talks in depth about his works including Naming Adult Autism.
Transgender Awareness Week: Moving towards a more inclusive environment
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion manager Craig Downing talks to Rainbow Rose chair Dr Ian Lamond and postgraduate student Choj about challenges facing transgender and non-binary people, and how we work together to embrace a more inclusive environment for all.
The Battle Back Centre: Helping wounded, injured and sick military personnel recover
To mark Remembrance Day, we look at the work Leeds Beckett’s Carnegie Great Outdoors does with The Royal British Legion's Battle Back Centre providing courses for wounded, injured and sick Service personnel to help them recover and rebuild their resilience.
Disability and university: Getting the support that’s right for you
Here at Leeds Beckett we want to support every student in getting the most of out their time with us. Katie, who has ADHD and mental health conditions, shares her experience of accessing support at Leeds Beckett. She discusses with one of the university Disability Advisers what support is available and how to access it.
Stories from the Cold Case Unit #2: Fatima Mohamed-Ali
When Mohamed Mohamed-Ali returned to a quiet house in Newhaven, Essex on the afternoon of Friday 12 February 2016, he knew something was wrong. Fatima, his wife of 34 years, was nowhere to be seen and had left behind her keys, phone and handbag. Nearly six years have now passed, but a team of students, academics and former police officers at Leeds Beckett University have taken up the case to try to discover what happened on that day and in the years since.
If you have information that may help please contact:
- Sussex Police: https://www.sussex.police.uk/ or call 101
- Cold Case Unit: https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/leeds-school-of-social-sciences/cold-case-unit/ Use the ‘Express Your Interest’ form or click contact Kirsty Bennett