472, 5 November 2001
the day the HEFCE published its report into widening
participation, Secretaryof State Estelle Morris gave
her first speech on higher education.
Baker, who bared all in an alternative calendar to raise
money for leukaemia research, has unveiled a plaque
at the University.
at the Lords
House of Lords was the venue for the first business
alumni event organised jointly by the University and
Leeds University Business School.
of pounds worth of damage was caused to phone networks
and other systems by the lightning strike at the University
on October 15.
tests devised by the school of education to encourage
gifted children have their first live run this month,
with further tests to be held next year.
STEP for students
year LUBS student Chris Harrison has been named 'best
potential entrepreneur' in the STEP competition.
a rag to riches
Student Charity Rag handed over an impressive £43,000
to the city council in a presentation at Leeds Civic
Hall on October 23.
University of Leeds has played a leading role in a crucial
conference in Belfast debating the challenges facing
on the network
and its Worldwide University Network (WUN) partners
are to launch a masters programme in public policy and
raise the profile of the school of computing with industry
and promote collaboration, a quarterly online newsletter
is now available.
University spin-off Science Warehouse has reached a
major landmark less than a year after its launch.
the five thousand
the first four weeks at its new location, the ISS halp
desk logged over 5,000 faults and queries.
postgraduate Thiang Yian Wong is part of the research
team at the Burnham Institute California which has published
the crystal structure for anthrax lethal factor.