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Every weekend could be four days long, if the will was there
17/04/14  The Conversation
Professor David Spencer (Leeds University Business School) discusses the prospect of a four-day weekend being the norm.

Book review: ‘Vanishing for the Vote: Suffrage, Citizenship and the Battle for the Census’ by Jill Liddington
17/04/14  Times Higher Education
A review of a book written by Dr Jill Liddington (School of Sociology and Social Policy) on the theme of women’s suffrage.

Invasive species report
16/04/14  Sky News
Lucy Anderson (School of Biology) discusses the rise of invasive species in the UK, who use the equipment of water sports enthusiasts to get into the ecosystem.

Giving a voice to mums
16/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Marilyn Rogers talks about how her PhD at the University of Leeds has given women a voice. Marilyn is due to collect her PhD in the summer.

TV: BBC Breakfast
16/04/14  BBC Breakfast
Dr Alison Dunn and Lucy Anderson were interviewed on BBC Breakfast about invasive species such as the killer shrimp.

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
16/04/14  BBC news online
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

Detecting light
15/04/14  The Engineer
Researchers from the University of Leeds and Georgia State University have developed a new technology that can detect light over a broader range of wavelengths.

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
15/04/14  Wildlifeextra.com
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

Calls for more ECGs in ambulances
15/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Leeds research has found that people who have an electrocardiogram (ECG) in the ambulance on the way to hospital have a greater chance of surviving a heart attack.

Calls for more ECGs in ambulances
15/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Leeds research has found that people who have an electrocardiogram (ECG) in the ambulance on the way to hospital have a greater chance of surviving a heart attack.

University spin out launches new test for pancreatitis
15/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Avacta is launching a new test that will diagnose pancreatitis in dogs.

Extra cash for icelolly.com
15/04/14  The Times
Maths alumna and Santander Universities SME internship programme beneficiary Jenny Wong (2013) is featured as a case study in the Business Insight supplement, alongside a feature about the bank’s work with the North’s education sector.

A printing revolution
15/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
This article examines the University’s new robotics facility that is due to open later this year. Dr Peter Culmer (School of Mechanical Engineering) is quoted in the article.

A printing revolution
15/04/14  Yorkshire Post
This article examines the University’s new robotics facility that is due to open later this year. Dr Peter Culmer (School of Mechanical Engineering) is quoted in the article.

Wildlife in cities
14/04/14  Guardian
Dr Mark Goddard (School of Biology) talks about the importance of urban biodiversity.

Universities to showcase research
14/04/14  Electronics Weekly
The University of Leeds will be showcasing its robotics expertise in London at the Natural History Museum in June.

Scheme to attract graduates with international skills to firms
14/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Yorkshire Universities, of which the University of Leeds is part, has launched a Graduates for International Business project. This offers employers the chance to select graduates and masters students who have a particular specialist skill or expertise.

How an injured shoulder can be patched up with drip-dry shirt fabric
13/04/14  Daily Mail
A patch made of drip-dry fabric, invented by Roger Hackney (School of Medicne), is being used to treat torn shoulder tendons.

Cake sale
12/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
The University has raised more than £175 for Help For Heroes.

Apology from Co-op bank
12/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr Iain Clacher (Leeds University Business School) is quoted in this article about the Co-op’s apology.

Radio: Great Lives
11/04/14  BBC Radio 4
Professor Claire Honess (Italian) discusses the life of Dante with journalist Sarah Vine.

Arts A Levels need to be tougher for universities to accept them
11/04/14  The Conversation
Dr Abigail Harrison Moore (Fine Art, Histolry of Art and Cultural Studies) discusses why a number of Russell Group universities do not value the qualification in the same way as other subjects.

Student City Guide: Leeds
11/04/14  Independent

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
11/04/14  BBC Countryfile magazine
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

Video coaching start-up gives amateurs pro help
10/04/14  London 24
Leeds graduate Jay Robinson (23) is at the helm of a new start up.

Researchers find six new types of blindness
10/04/14  Optometry Today
Experts at the University of Leeds have found six new forms of inherited blindness. Professor Chris Inglehearn (School of Medicine) is quoted in the article.

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
10/04/14  Express
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

Writing a personal statement for Sociology
10/04/14  Guardian
Dr Mark Monaghan (School of Sociology and Social Policy) gives some tips on how to write a good personal statement for Sociology.

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
10/04/14  Planet Earth online
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

Esther Rantzen talks about loneliness
10/04/14  Express
Silver Line founder, Esther Rantzen, was in Leeds Tuesday to talk at the AKTIVE conference which was held at the University of Leeds.

Invasive species hitchhike on water sports kits
09/04/14  Discovery News
Researchers at the University have found that species such as killer shrimps can be transferred to new waterways by canoeists and anglers.

New institute to help improve patient care in Leeds
09/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A new collaboration between the University of Leeds, NHS Trusts and the council, aims to improve patient care across the city. The institute will be held at the Leeds University Business School. Becky Malby, Director, Centre for Innovation in Health Management (CIHM), is quoted in the article.

New camp looks to boost self-esteem
09/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A new social enterprise called Brain Camp will be held at the University’s School of Medicine.

City hopeful it can become robot capital
09/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
With the opening of the University’s £4.3m robotics facility and the March of the Robots project, Leeds is hoping to become the UK’s robot capital.

University spinout secures investment
09/04/14  The Engineer
University of Leeds spinout Quantum Imaging has secured a £1.6m investment to develop its medical imaging technology.

University spin out secures investment
09/04/14  Yorkshire Post
University of Leeds spin out Quantum Imaging has secured a £1.6m investment to develop its medical imaging technology.

Researchers find six new types of blindness
09/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Experts at the University of Leeds have found six new forms of inherited blindness. Professor Chris Inglehearn (School of Medicine) is quoted in the article.

Esther Rantzen talks about loneliness
09/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Silver Line founder, Esther Rantzen, was in Leeds yesterday to talk at the AKTIVE conference which was held at the University of Leeds.

Esther Rantzen talks about loneliness
09/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Silver Line founder, Esther Rantzen, was in Leeds yesterday to talk at the AKTIVE conference which was held at the University of Leeds.

Teaching WWI in Germany
08/04/14  The Conversation
Dr Claudia Sternberg (Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies) talks about how the First World War is taught to children in Germany.

Esther Rantzen talks about loneliness
08/04/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Silver Line founder, Esther Rantzen, was in Leeds yesterday to talk at the AKTIVE conference which was held at the University of Leeds.

Contest hotting up in schools
08/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
This piece about the ECO KIDS! Challenge, where schools compete to win a £100,000 makeover, mentions University of Leeds experts visiting Allerton CE Primary in Leeds, teaching youngsters about alternative energies.

Alumnus to write follow-up to bestseller
08/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Andreas Loizou speaks to The Yorkshire Post about plans for his next book.

New play puts spotlight on Prince Charles
08/04/14  The Times
Leeds Alumnus Mike Bartlett (English and Theatre) talks about King Charles III, which opens at the Almeida Theatre, London on Thursday. His course at Leeds is described as encouraging experimental work.

Big Four threat to law firms
08/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr Sundeep Aulakh, of Leeds University Business School, is quoted on the rise of accountancy firms offering legal services.

Loneliness on the agenda at conference
08/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A conference that is to be held at the University today will look at the topic of loneliness. Professor Sue Yeandle (School of Sociology and Social Policy) is quoted in the article.

Loneliness on the agenda at conference
08/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A conference that is to be held at the University today will look at the topic of loneliness. Professor Sue Yeandle (School of Sociology and Social Policy) is quoted in the article.

Anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda
08/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr Alexander Beresford (School of Politics and International Studies) is interviewed about the Rwandan genocide.

Radio: 5 Live Breakfast
08/04/14  BBC Radio 5 Live
Aidan Foster-Carter (School of Sociology and Social Policy) comments on reports that BBC programming may be sold to North Korea.

Coaches who care about pundits’ opinions worse at controlling anger
07/04/14  Sveriges Television online
Sweden’s national broadcaster SVT covers Dr Andrew Hill’s (Biomedical Sciences) research showing that coaches that are very focussed on the high expectations are less good at regulating their emotions.

Debate on the impact on students in Leeds
07/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A debate, set up by history students from the University of Leeds, will look at the impact of students on Leeds over the last 60 years.

New annuities for pensioners
07/04/14  The Conversation
Dr Iain Clacher (Leeds University Business School) talks about how property can be an income for pensioners.

Dangers behind blood thinning drugs
07/04/14  Daily Telegraph
Dr Elizabeth Teale (School of Medicine) is quoted in this article about the dangers of blood thinning drugs.

Terahertz feature
07/04/14  Electro Optics
Professor Edmund Linfield (School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering) talks to Electro Optics about the possibilities of terahertz lasers.

Sports coaches’ anger
07/04/14  Times North
Research from Dr Andrew Hill (Biomedical Sciences) about coaches who care about others’ opinions worse at controlling anger.

Sports coaches’ anger
07/04/14  Business Standard
Research from Dr Andrew Hill (Biomedical Sciences) about coaches who care about others’ opinions worse at controlling anger.

Transport expert says Devon and Cornwall need to put forward case for rail investment
06/04/14  BBC news online
Professor Greg Marsden (Institute for Transport) has said that officials in Devon and Cornwall need to explain the need for investment in the railway network.

TV: Rolling coverage of missing Malaysian flight
05/04/14  BBC News 24
Dr Steve Wright (School o fProcess and Environmental Engineering) comments on the search for MH370. The interview was repeated on BBC News 24 on Saturday and Sunday.

New ski resort for North Korea
05/04/14  Daily Telegraph
Aidan Foster-Carter (School of Sociology and Social Policy) is quoted in this article.

We must adapt to climate change in order to keep feeding the world
04/04/14  The Conversation
Professor Tim Benton (School of Biology) and Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) talk about the growing demand for food.

Concert preview
04/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A concert by the Halle Orchestra, to take place at Clothworkers Centenary Hall at the University of Leeds on April 13, is previewed.

Women of the past get a voice
04/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Author Anne O’Brien, who did a PGCE at the University of Leeds, is profiled in this piece.

Women’s conference to be held in Leeds
04/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A women’s conference has been organised for the city today. The article references an exhibition of photographs, including three University of Leeds academics, that was displayed in Westminster.

University alumna releases autobiography
04/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Liz Kershaw BBC Radio 6 DJ has released an autobiography.

Saharan sand: how does it get to the UK?
03/04/14  The Conversation
Dr John Marsham (School of Earth and Environment) describes how sand from the Sahara can end up in the UK.

Mini-dissertations for sixth formers will open up art history
03/04/14  The Conversation
Dr Abigail Harrison Moore (Fine Art History of Art and Cultural Studies) writes about how the Extended Project Qualification is one of a number of useful tools to engage a larger demographic in the history of art.

TV: BBC Breakfast
03/04/14  BBC Breakfast
Professor Tim Wright (School of Earth and Environment) is interviewed about the launch of the ESA's Sentinel-1A satellite.

China’s food deals
03/04/14  Bloomberg online
Professor Tim Benton (School of Biology) is quoted in this article about Chinese investments in food companies.

Radio: Mornings with Steve Austin
03/04/14  abc news
Professor Barbara Evans (School of Civil Engineering) talks about the global challenges of accessing clean water and the fact it is often cheaper to provide mobile phone coverage than clean water.

A hazy Spring
03/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr Steve Arnold (School of Earth and Environment) is interviewed about the high levels of air pollution in Yorkshire.

Sports coaches’ anger
02/04/14  The Journal
Research from Dr Andrew Hill (Biomedical Sciences) about coaches who care about others’ opinions worse at controlling anger.

BBC Radio Essex
02/04/14  BBC Radio Essex
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Radio: BBC Radio Lincolnshire
02/04/14  BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Radio: BBC Radio Sussex
02/04/14  BBC Radio Sussex
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Radio: BBC Radio Leeds
02/04/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Radio: BBC Radio Suffolk
02/04/14  BBC Radio Suffolk
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Radio: BBC Radio Newcastle
02/04/14  BBC Radio Newcastle
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) speaks about high levels of air pollution.

Comment: climate change
02/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Professor Piers Forster (School of Earth and Environment) discusses the effects of climate change in this comment piece.

BBC Radio 5 Live
02/04/14  BBC Radio 5 Live
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is interviewed about high levels of air pollution.

TV: BBC News
02/04/14  BBC news
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is featured throughout the day on news bulletins about high levels of air pollution.

TV: Sky News
02/04/14  Sky News
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is featured throughout the day on news bulletins about high levels of air pollution.

Work capability assessments
02/04/14  The Conversation
Professor Alan Roulstone (School of Sociology and Social Policy) writes about disabled people being the experts about who is able to work.

Letters: Uplifting sounds
02/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A letter reviews performance by The Sinfonia of Leeds Orchestra at the University’s Great Hall.

Technology for parties
02/04/14  BBC news online
Christopher Megginson (School of Performance and Cultural Industries) comments about technology creating party environments saying crowds at parties and live events are no longer waving lighters in the air, but mobile phones and LED wristbands.

Sports coaches’ anger
02/04/14  Daily Express
Research from Dr Andrew Hill (School of Biomedical Sciences) about coaches who care about others’ opinions are worse at controlling anger.

Radio: BBC Radio Merseyside
02/04/14  BBC Radio Merseyside
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is interviewed about the high levels of air pollution across most of England and Wales over the next few days, which in recent days has far exceeded levels considered safe by the EU.

Radio: BBC Radio Leicester
02/04/14  BBC Radio Leicester
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is interviewed about the high levels of air pollution across most of England and Wales over the next few days, which in recent days has far exceeded levels considered safe by the EU.

TV: BBC Breakfast
02/04/14  BBC Breakfast
Professor Paul Seakins (School of Chemistry) is interviewed about the high levels of air pollution across most of England and Wales over the next few days, which in recent days has far exceeded levels considered safe by the EU.

New centre for chemical research to be hosted at the University
01/04/14  The Chemical Engineer
The University of Leeds will host the new Centre for Doctoral Training in Complex Particulate Products and Processes.

Hitchhike challenge
01/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Student Liz Egan is hitchhiking her way across Europe to raise money for Syncope Trust and Reflex anoxic Seizures (STARS), part in the annual Leeds Jail Break challenge, which is run by the University of Leeds’ RAG Society.

Two new centres for research at Leeds
01/04/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
The University of Leeds’ success in securing £5 million in funding from NERC to host and lead two national centres for studying the Earth from space was reported on the lunchtime news. Professor Tim Wright (School of Earth and Environment) is the new Director for the Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET) and Professor Andy Shepherd (School of Earth and Environment) is the new Director of the Centre for Polar Observation & Modelling (CPOM).

TV: BBC Look North
01/04/14  BBC Look North
The University of Leeds’ success in securing £5 million in funding from NERC to host and lead two national centres for studying the Earth from space was reported on the lunchtime news. Professor Tim Wright (School of Earth and Environment) is the new Director for the Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET) and Professor Andy Shepherd (School of Earth and Environment) is the new Director of the Centre for Polar Observation & Modelling (CPOM).

TV: BBC Look North
01/04/14  BBC Look North
Dr Steve Arnold (School of Earth and Environment) is interviewed about the high levels of air pollution, which has led to campaigners calling for much clearer warnings about the potential dangers to health.

Comment: Bernard Ginns
01/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Bernard Ginns references his visit to the University last week to see the unveiling of a new sculpture outside the M&S Archive.

University to host two new centres to study the earth
01/04/14  Yorkshire Post
Two new centres will be hosted at the University from today. They will be called the Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics and the Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling

Increasing fruit and vege intake to 7 a day
01/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A new study by UCL has found that increasing fruit and vege intake to 7 a day could help reduce the risk of dying from cancer. Dr Charlotte Evans (School of Food Science and Nutrition) suggests that rather than pushing a seven a day campaign, the focus should be on making fruit and vegetables more affordable.

‘Eight Great Technologies’
01/04/14  Yorkshire Post
A review published in July said that the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York all have outstanding portfolios of research in the eight areas.

Radio: Farming Today
31/03/14  BBC Radio 4
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) discusses the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on climate impacts - the first update to the report for seven years reveals flooding, storm surges, droughts and heatwaves are among key risks of global warming that will pose growing threats.

Radio: 5 Live Breakfast
31/03/14  BBC Radio 5 Live
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) joins the 5Live team to discuss the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on climate impacts - the first update to the report for seven years reveals flooding, storm surges, droughts and heatwaves are among key risks of global warming that will pose growing threats.

Climate change and food supplies
31/03/14  The Guardian
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) was interviewed about his study on the impact of climate change on crop yields for this article about a meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was held last week in Yokohama, Japan.

Radio: Johnny I’Anson
29/03/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Kerry Baker (Educational Engagement) speaks to Nick Ahad about the Leeds Festival of Science.

Secrets coaxed from the Germans by young girl
29/03/14  The Times
The diary of Captain Dumas, kept in the University’s Liddle Collection, has been studied by Dr Seligmann from Brunel University.

Wealth divide in Yorkshire
29/03/14  Yorkshire Post
Professor David Spencer (Leeds University Business School) comments in this article about the growing wealth divide in Yorkshire.

New centre for chemical research to be hosted at the University
29/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
The University of Leeds will host the new Centre for Doctoral Training in Complex Particulate Products and Processes. Professor Simon Biggs (Process and Environmental Engineering) is quoted in the article.

New centre for chemical research to be hosted at the University
29/03/14  Yorkshire Post
The University of Leeds will host a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Complex Particulate Products and Processes.

Radio: On the Agenda
28/03/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Victoria Honeyman (School of Politics and International Studies) joins a panel on BBC Radio Leeds to talk about the political issues of the last week

Cash boost gives region easier ride
28/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Dr Louise Ellis, head of sustainability at the University of Leeds, is quoted in this piece on the financial legacy of the Tour de France.

Gene uncovered behind deadly cancer
28/03/14  BBC news online
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) was interviewed about his study on the impact of climate change on crop yields for this article about a meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was held last week in Yokohama, Japan.

Leeds student talks about body image at major event
28/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
University of Leeds medical student Emma Gees has spoken about body image at the Girlguiding’s Talk Body Politics event in London.

Leeds student talks about body image at major event
28/03/14  Yorkshire Post
University of Leeds medical student Emma Gees has spoken about body image at the Girlguiding’s Talk Body Politics event in London.

M&S chairman reinforces company’s commitment to sustainability
28/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Speaking at the unveiling of a sculpture outside the M&S Archive on campus, Robert Swannell reinforced the company’s commitment to sustainability.

M&S chairman reinforces company’s commitment to sustainability
28/03/14  Yorkshire Post
Speaking at the unveiling of a sculpture outside the M&S Archive on campus, Robert Swannell reinforced the company’s commitment to sustainability.

Farage and Clegg debate
27/03/14  The Conversation
Dr Andrew Scott Crines (School of Politics and International Studies) discusses the LBC debate between Nigel Farage of UKIP and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.

Scottish wine
27/03/14  Independent
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted in this article about a vineyard in Fife.

Radio: Five Live Drive
27/03/14  BBC Radio 5 Live
Professor Andrew Hill (Faculty of Medicine and Health) argues that equating weight with health is dangerous.

BBC is failing to deliver a robust debate on climate change
27/03/14  Guardian
In its environmental blog, Dr Simon Lewis (School of Geography) is referenced as arguing that it has been a clear failure of BBC editorial guidelines and urged people to complain.

Design for Tour de France countdown clock
27/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A unique mechanical countdown clock has been revealed, which features a giant steel cog with moving mini cyclists. The intricate design is being made by University of Leeds mechanical engineering students, supervised by Dan Trowsdale (School of Mechanical Engineering), and will be on display in Trinity Leeds in May.

Arts festivals in Leeds
27/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Starting on Saturday, the Ludus Festival, is featured with some of the performances and interactive events across the city highlighted. Professor Mick Wallis (School of Performance and Cultural Industries) is quoted

Manchester overtakes Leeds
27/03/14  Yorkshire Post
According to the Chief Exec of The Law Society, Manchester has overtaken Leeds as the fastest growing legal centre outside London. Dr Iain Clacher (Leeds University Business School) is quoted.

Deutsche Bank backs Shakespeare project
27/03/14  Financial Times
Professor Timothy Devinney (Leeds University Business School) is quoted in this article about Deutsche Bank’s backing of the ‘Playing Shakespeare’ project for schoolchildren.

Campus Round-up
27/03/14  Times Higher Education
The University of Leeds’ 110 Anniversary Research Scholarships are featured in the campus round-up.

£250,000 boost for green schemes
26/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A grant, from NUS Green Fund, has allowed Leeds University Union to run its sustainability initiatives for the next two years. Sir Alan Langlands is quoted.

Kim Jong Un haircuts
26/03/14  Independent
Aidan Foster-Carter (School of Sociology and Social Policy) comments on an article about the male citizens of Pyongyang being forced to get "Kim Jong Un-style" haircuts.

Kim Jong Un haircuts
26/03/14  The Washington Post
Aidan Foster-Carter (School of Sociology and Social Policy) comments on an article about the male citizens of the Hermit Kingdom being forced to get "Kim Jong Un-style" haircuts.

Who are the happiest group of workers?
26/03/14  The Conversation
Professor David Spencer (Leeds University Business School) discusses new data about job satisfaction.

Jailed Korea bosses keep power points
25/03/14  Asia Times online
Aidan Foster-Carter (School of Sociology and Social Policy) writes about how South Korea’s business leaders have ended up on the wrong side of the law.

Climate change impact
25/03/14  Guardian
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted in this article about the impact of climate change.

Heatwaves in the summer are here to stay
25/03/14  Daily Mail online
Professor Andy Challinor (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted in this article about the impact of climate change on our summers.

Radio: BBC WM
25/03/14  BBC WM
Dr Stephen Wright (Process and Environmental Engineering) discusses the flight MH370 tragedy.

Radio: BBC Radio Sheffield
25/03/14  BBC Radio Sheffield
Dr Stephen Wright (Process and Environmental Engineering) discusses the flight MH370 tragedy.

Radio: 5 live Drive
25/03/14  BBC Radio 5 Live
Dr Stephen Wright (Process and Environmental Engineering) discusses the flight MH370 tragedy.

Radio: Liz Green
25/03/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Stephen Wright (Process and Environmental Engineering) discusses the flight MH370 tragedy.

Celebrating the birth of student rugby league at Leeds
25/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
A lunch to mark the birth of student rugby league at the University, tickets are now on sale.

Flight MH370
24/03/14  The Conversation
Dr Adam Tyson (Politics and International Studies) discusses Malaysia’s response to the flight MH370 crisis.

Hopes that Tour de France will get people cycling to work
24/03/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Dr Louise Ellis, Head of Sustainability at the University, is quoted in this article about encouraging people to cycle to work.

Malaysia airlines live coverage
24/03/14  The Telegraph
Dr Stephen Wright (Process and Environmental Engineering) says the co-pilot's inexperience could have left him ill-equipped to cope with an emergency.

Leeds Alumna heads to Women’s World T20
22/03/14  Guardian
University of Leeds graduate Kate Cross is interviewed.

Interview with Alan Davie
22/03/14  The Telegraph
Artist Alan Davie, who was given a fellowship from the University, is interviewed by The Daily Telegraph.