Dr Daniel O’Donoghue examines what will become of regional planning policy after Brexit
With recent media interest on both the record growth of inbound tourism and the fall in popularity of modern languages study at A-level, Dr Karen Thomas and Dr Julie Scott, review how far home-grown talent can meet the future needs of the inbound tourism industry for linguists.
Dr Jane Lovell looks at the effect film and TV series can have upon tourism for cities and regions.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at how the question of EU membership continues to divide the Conservative Party and how these divisions could impact upon a future Brexit deal.
Dr Mathew Brown and Sam Todd explain how golfers need to work on their partial swing shots if they want to improve their golf.
As the country enjoys England’s success in the World Cup, Keith Saunders in the School of Teacher Education and Development, gives his perspective on teaching and mentoring and asks, are you a Sven or a Gareth?
Academics from Childhood and Education Sciences and Sport and Exercise Science explain why the visibility of women in sport at all levels is essential to inspire females to continue with physical activity.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the implications of President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on steel imported from Canada, Mexico and the EU.
As part of our support for International Women in Engineering Day 2018 Dr Anne Nortcliffe looks at how changing the way we speak about engineering could help attract more women to study and work in the industry.
For International Women in Engineering Day Professor Gillian Youngs looks at how, as a society, we can attract more women into science, engineering and technology.