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466, 8 May 2001
- Strong praise for University teaching
and learning at the University of Leeds has received
glowing praise in an audit report by the Quality Assurance
- Gizmo's long flight to Leeds
Professor Colin Raston accepted his post at Leeds, it
wasn’t just a question of bringing over his possessions.
He also had to consider his dog, one of the first to
come into Britain from Australia since quarantine restrictions
- Hospital patients treated by the
at the Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) are to be given
food for thought next week, when they receive a poem
with their lunch as part of arts week.
- Banner flies over student information
new, integrated student information system, Banner2000,
went live on April 23, and is now in use by more than
330 administrators and teachers across campus.
- Mobiles, internet, digital TV - how
much technology do we really need?
Leeds researchers are looking at how
technological advances affect our lives and are running
a long-term study which aims to paint a portrait of
Britatin in the new millenium.
- Eat, smile - and also brush your
teeth can improve quality of life. That is the message
of the Eat and Smile project.
- Schools' special project will increase
between the University and Education Leeds is paving
the way for new and exciting changes in educational