483, 5 June 2002
University is proud to be a multi-cultural community,
values diversity and is committed to a wide-ranging
plan of action to tackle discrimination and promote
poet and 1988 Prix Goncourt winner Tahar Ben Jelloun
is addressing CentreCATH's first congress from June
University Business School has been awarded the 'EQUIS'
accreditation from the European Foundation for Management
world's leading bibliography of the European Middle
Ages is now available online.
from geography labs in Leeds is on its way to an intensive
care unit in Romania.
early World Cup exit for England would knock 25 points
or more off the FTSE 100, according to historical evidence
analysed by Leeds researchers.
go, collect £200
University has created its own version of the Monopoly
board game, featuring landmarks from the city and campus.
researchers will be cleaning up with clay, in a collaboration
with the University of Tsinghua in Beijing.
the old school
Old Medical School will be one of 70 Leeds buildings
open to the public on Sept 14 and 15.
the new Bayeux
Leeds Millennium tapestry has gone on public view for
the first time at Harewood House.
University staff adopting children under 18 are now
entitled to time off under the University's new adoption
£125 funding for non-job-related courses
listed on the last issue's events sheet is only
available to certain staff.
graduate and lecturer in creative writing Rommi Smith
has been appointed the BBC's artist-in-residence for
this summer's Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
a disused industrial site in North Wales into a sports
leisure centre was the winning idea of final-year mining
engineering student James Percy-Hughes.
planning for the University centenary in 2004 is under
former technician has won a prestigious research fellowship
grant to carry out post-doctoral research.
meets brain for charity walk
and students from civil engineering tested their muscles
on Woodhouse Moor last week, practising for a charity
walk on June 15.