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465, 23 April 2001
- School means Business in stylish
Leeds University Business School has
moved into a new home in the former Leeds Grammar School
on the Western Campus of the University.
- University web presence doubles
The University’s new website at www.leeds.ac.uk
is now live and on-line, running alongside a new internally
focused site, Campusweb, at campus.leeds.ac.uk
- JIF's fluid approach to a cleaner
The University of Leeds is the only institution
to win bids for two research projects out of a total
of £24m awarded to 14 projects nationwide.
- Working religiously to map city
Leeds students have been asked to contribute
to two publications following a first class report mapping
the religious communities of Armley.
- Abandoned chapel enters the medieval
Egyptian mummy fabric and wartime escape
maps belonging to the University will soon be on view
to the public, thanks to a £589,500 grant to re-house,
conserve and extend a unique textile archive, second
only to collections in the Victoria & Albert Museum.
- Conservation comes closer to home
The Yorkshire Dales could be the setting
for a new £2m research station, in a unique partnership
between Leeds University scientists and environmental
- Steve answers the call of the wild
is in the eye of the beholder, and almost impossible
to define, but a series of events organised by senior
geography lecturer Steve Carver has been trying to pin
down what wilderness means and whether whether it can
be conserved or recreated in the British countryside.
New senior appointments within the University.