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New Head of School appointments in Arts Humanities and Cultures

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures has appointed two new Heads of Schools.

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Using Top Hat to support teaching and assessment activities

Further resources are now available to support teaching colleagues in using Top Hat – one of the many digital education tools that has come into its own during the global pandemic.

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VC Blog – The importance of trust

"Trust breeds trust. It is a foundation of any well-functioning, happy and fulfilled community, and is the cornerstone of shared endeavour." Our VC explores trust, and how leaders can build it.

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

May 17
  • 1:00 to
  • 1:00
  • Free
Pint of Science 2021
Online

Pint of Science is returning to Leeds to provide a space for researchers and members of the public to come together & chat about research in a relaxed environment, outside of mysterious laboratories!

May 20
  • 10:00 to
  • 12:00
  • Free
LITE Workshop: Exploring Sustainable Teaching
MS Teams

Would you like to hear about, and contribute to, the latest developments in the Leeds Sustainable Curriculum? If the answer is 'yes', this event is for you!

May 26
  • 10:00 to
  • 11:00
  • Free
LITE Fellowship Showcase: Supporting Student Learning on Study Abroad
MS Teams

The session will explore the different kinds of experiences that students have when studying abroad that relate to their academic studies, what can go wrong, and discuss things that we can do to help.

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Leeds research

Sea level rises from melting ice massively reduced by limiting global warming

Sea level rise caused by melting ice could be halved this century if the Paris Agreement target of limiting warming to 1.5°C is met.

Discovery of methanol in a 'warm' planet-forming disk

Astronomers have identified the molecule methanol in the ‘warm zones’ of a protoplanetary disk circling a star about 360 light years from Earth.

Watch & Listen

Listen to our Vice-Chancellor share the latest in her new monthly series of podcasts.

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