Event to share success of occupational therapy service for Leeds’s homeless population27 February 2017
A pilot scheme to deliver occupational therapy to the homeless population of Leeds is improving people’s health, wellbeing and occupational engagement, an evaluation by academics at Leeds Beckett University has shown.Read more
The trials of Oscar Wilde’s play Salome to be discussed at Leeds Cultural Conversation talk24 February 2017
Oscar Wilde’s play Salome, and all of the controversy that came with it both before and after his death, will be the subject of a Leeds Beckett University public lecture.Read more
Our upcoming events
Carnegie Conversations: Managing diet and exercise with type 1 diabetes
Matthew Campbell, Senior Lecturer and a panel of guest speakers discuss Managing diet and exercise with type 1 diabetes: What you need to know
Working with Children and Young People
Interested in a rewarding career, working with children and young people? Come along and speak directly to a range of organisations to find out about the opportunities available to students from any course. There will also be a session with Leeds Beckett graduates where they will be sharing their experiences of working in this field.
LBS Guest Speaker Series: Richard Gregory - YB Chair
"Effectiveness of the Board: Desirable or Essential?"
Teacher Education: Past, Present...and Future?
Winifred Mercier Guest Lecture with Gary McCulloch. Professor Gary McCulloch is the inaugural Brian Simon Professor of the History of Education and Director of the International Centre for Historical Research in Education (ICHRE) at the UCL Institute of Education London.
Carnegie Conversations: Enhancing the health and well-being of planet and people: Are they mutually exclusive?
This conversation explores the relationship between planet and people, presents data on effective practices and asks whether current practices and policies are as effective as they could be.
The Carnegie Adolescent Rugby Research (CARR) Conference: Applying Research into Practice
The aim of the 2nd annual CARR Conference is to share this cutting edge research to enhance the practical applications of this work with a range of practitioners including coaches, strength and conditioning staff and sport scientists working with youth athletes.
Information for current students, staff, alumni and anyone interested in working at our University