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Balancing Life 2020 survey results

Results of Sport and Physical Activity’s (SPA) annual survey, which looks at activity and wellbeing levels in the University’s community, have been released.

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New mandatory supplier framework

Our new mandatory supplier framework for production services goes live from Monday 1 February.

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VC Blog - The importance of listening

"There’s a time for talking and a time for listening, but we don’t always find the right balance." Our Vice-Chancellor shares her blog on the value of inclusive discussion.

Simone Buitendijk MD, MPH, PhD Simone Buitendijk MD, MPH, PhD

Simone Buitendijk is the thirteenth Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds, a major Russell Group University.

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Event highlights

Jan 26
  • 1:00 to
  • 1:00
  • Free
AMR Seminar Series: Engaging the public with AMR
Online

At this event we will hear from Professor Paul Cooke and Dr Rebecca King about their combined experience of using community engagement methods to address AMR.

Jan 27
  • 9:30 to
  • 11:00
  • Free
Quality Education in a Digital World: Science, Access, Skills and Knowledge
Online Event

How can we ensure the potential benefits of digital change for learning are realised? Join our seminar to hear more and share ideas.

Feb 19
  • 12:30 to
  • 13:15
  • Free
Online event - Vintage M&S: An Introduction to our Fashion Archive
online event

An introduction to the amazing M&S fashion archive, arguably the best high street fashion archive in the UK - featuring garments from the 1920s to the present.

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Leeds research

'Compelling case' to level up economy through rail innovation

Greater investment in rail research could be used to help level up the economy in the north of England, according to a report by economics and policy analysts Perspective Economics.

Thousands may have undiagnosed bowel cancer

A new study involving the University has found that since the first coronavirus lockdown the number of people diagnosed with bowel cancer in England has fallen sharply.