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The Future of Work

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The Future of Work

Leeds University Business School

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Welcome to the Leeds University Business School podcast exploring the Future of Work hosted by Faculty International Manager, Ellen Wang, and Careers Consultant, Marc Steward! In this exciting podcast, we will explore various key themes surrounding the working environment, inviting business school alumni, academics, and industry experts. Over the course of 10 episodes, we will discover how AI impacts recruitment, hybrid working, and the skills you need for the future. You will gain industry ...
 
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Hormonal

Clue BioWink

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Hormones affect everyone and everything: from our skin, to stress, to sports. But for most of us, they're still a mystery. Even the way we talk about hormones makes no sense. ("She's hormonal.") So let's clear some things up. Each week, Rhea Ramjohn is asking scientists, doctors, and experts to break it all down for us. And this season? We're talking about birth control. Season 2 launches Oct 13 with eight weekly episodes.
 
Nick Jay is a DJ, producer, and remixer from Melbourne, Australia. It was identified early in his career that he has an ear and passion for great music delivering this in his sets consistently each and every time drawing crowds to clubs as he bought the floor alive. In 2005 Nick signed his first single to Ministry of Sound (AU), I Don’t Give a Damn, which peaked at #11 on the Australian ARIA Charts and topped dance charts around the world. He has had the pleasure of working with many talente ...
 
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In the latest of our series focusing on our academics, their research and its impact on students and communities, Dr Philomena Commons from the School of Health talks about the work she and her students are doing with St George's Crypt, a charity supporting the homeless population in Leeds.By Leeds Beckett University
 
On the night of 14 March 1941, Leeds suffered its worst bombing raid of World War II. In 2020, Leeds Beckett history students undertook a research project to look at the impact of this raid on the city and the lives of the people who lived there. In this episode of Beckett Talks, Dr Henry Irving talks to Leanne Speight, one of the students involved…
 
1. Linas Music, Bhaskar, Nalestar, Carl Wallis - No No No (Extended Mix) 2. Adaptiv, Paul Schulze, AISHA - Leave (Get Out) (Original Mix) 3. Purple Disco Machine feat. Tasita D'Mour - Rise (Extended Mix) 4. Sgt Slick - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (Sgt Slick's Melbourne Recut) 5. Taito Tikaro, Soraya Naoyin - So Many Times (Vocal Mix) 6. Block & Crown, Sou…
 
Professor Paul Gately, from the Carnegie School of Sport, talks about how Leeds Beckett and his company MoreLife are helping to tackle obesity in the UK. With 63% of the adult population and one in three primary school children currently overweight, national campaigns such as National Obesity Awareness Week and the Government’s Obesity strategy are…
 
1. Nick Jay & Jean Luc Feat. Rockababyrock – Crazy (Extended Mix) 2. Jack Truant – 1990 (Extended Mix) 3. Westend – Perfect (Extended Mix) 4. Purple Disco Machine (Dopamine (John Summit Extended) 5. ROMBE4T – Here We Go (StoneBridge Extended Epic Mix) 6. Meduza – Tell It to My Heart (Extended Mix) 7. Kohen, Nalestar, Sean Prusko – Breaking Down (Ex…
 
New Year, same you. Dr Steve Taylor, senior lecturer in Psychology in the Leeds School of Social Sciences and bestselling author joins us to talk about new beginnings. Exploring his research in consciousness, spirituality, mindfulness and perception we discuss ways we can all be more present, positive and grateful for the lives we have.…
 
Shona Hunter and Christi van der Westhuizen talk about their new book, the Routledge International Handbook ​in Critical Studies in Whiteness. It is a unique decolonial take on Critical Whiteness Studies, challenging its Western parochialism by bringing diverse scholarship from across the world into conversation about knowledges, subjectivities and…
 
Here at Leeds Beckett we want to support every student in getting the most of out their time with us. Katie, who has ADHD and mental health conditions, shares her experience of accessing support at Leeds Beckett. She discusses with one of the university Disability Advisers what support is available and how to access it.…
 
When Mohamed Mohamed-Ali returned to a quiet house in Newhaven, Essex on the afternoon of Friday 12 February 2016, he knew something was wrong. Fatima, his wife of 34 years, was nowhere to be seen and had left behind her keys, phone and handbag. Nearly six years have now passed, but a team of students, academics and former police officers at Leeds …
 
For Open Access Week, Ellie Clement and Amy Campbell from the Leeds Beckett Research Services Team talk to researchers Dr Chris Till and Dr Sofia Persson about the current Open Access landscape. Opportunities and challenges a round publisher’s Transformational Deals are highlighted along with the implications of major policy changes on research.…
 
Following the abuse that Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka faced after the men’s European Championship Final in July 2021, Dr Thomas Fletcher (School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management) and Dr Daniel Kilvington (School of Cultural Studies and Humanities) talk to Professor Leanne Norman (Director of the Research Centre for Soc…
 
From fabrics to ethics, inspiration to recognition, Dean of Leeds School of Arts Lisa Stansbie, talks to award winning designer and Leeds Beckett senior lecturer Matty Bovan about his journey to the top of the design world and how he’s now helping to fuel creativity in the next generation of fashion designers.…
 
Dr Peter Mills of the School of Cultutral Studies and Humanities reflects on the musical history of Roundhay Park in Leeds, beginning with 19th century brass bands and moving onto the series of huge arena pop concerts which began in the 1980s, coming up to the present day while also considering the park's musical future.…
 
When beloved family man Joseph Shann left his home in East Leeds on 10 December 2010, there were no signs that he wouldn't be returning. Now a team of students and academics from Leeds Beckett University and former police officers are on the hunt for vital information that could help them to understand what happened on that day and in the months an…
 
We take a look at Clearing from a parents’ perspective. Hear from Charlotte, Denise and Sarah – all of whom are parents and who work at Leeds Beckett supporting students looking for a university place every year. Whether it’s useful tips on how to help your child prepare for Results Day and insights into how the process works, or how you can contac…
 
From the frontlines at the Toxteth Riots to Special Branch during the Irish Troubles, Dr David Lowe is a specialist in counter-terrorism and globally recognised expert in the UK Government’s PREVENT policy. Now a Senior Research Fellow at Leeds Law School, here he recounts his fascinating career and experiences from the Police CID and Special Branc…
 
Leeds Beckett University are supporting one man’s attempt to row solo across the North Atlantic using only the stars to guide him. Listen to Professor John O’Hara and Dr Barney Wainwright, from the Carnegie School of Sport, talk about how they’ll support former SAS soldier Ian Rivers while he’s in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and how they’ve h…
 
Leeds Beckett Student Lauren Delany is an elite Irish Rugby player, a Performance Nutritionist for Leeds Rhinos and currently studying a PhD in Sport and Exercise Physiology. Listen as she talks to us about her sporting journey, from Basketball to starting Rugby at 25 and her nutritional work at the 2016 and 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. She a…
 
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