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481, 7 May 2002
study seeks cause of 'divided communities'
The most extensive survey
of housing patterns amongst the Asian communities of
Leeds and Bradford is being undertaken by geography
researchers at the University of Leeds.
and free by phone
A new counselling service, Confidential
Care, has been launched for all University staff and
immediate family members.
companies named and shamed
Leading companies who
no ethical code of conduct for their overseas suppliers
are named and shamed in a new book by Leeds lecturer
William Young and Professor Richard Welford from the
University of Huddersfield.
not, want not, with £450m of landfill funding
£450m worth of funding will be available in 2002
for projects that can reduce the UK's dependence on
landfill to dispose of waste materials.
drugs and rock and roll making the creative connections
between pop and poetry
Bowie in the same breath as Evelyn Waugh? Bob Dylan
perusing a well-worn copy of Les Fleurs du Mal? Just
as artistic movements have fired the imaginations of
some of our greatest writers across the centuries, so
a more recent cultural phenomenon rock music
has fertilised, and itself been inspired by,
leave but if you do, first tell us why you want
pilot 'exit interview' scheme has been launched as part
of the rewarding and developing staff programme run
by human resources.
not alone if you're in the network
successful network for women academics in science, engineering
and technology, which began at Leeds, is to be relaunched
to include all disciplines.
addition to traditional peer reviews
new journal, co-founded by reader in atmostpheric science
Dr Ken Carslaw, is making waves through its new approach
to scientific peer review.