University of Huddersfield

Huddersfield University is the direct descendant of the Young Men's Mental Improvement Society, which started in 1841. After various changes in name and structure it became Huddersfield Polytechnic in 1970 and then the University of Huddersfield in 1992. It continues to invest millions of pounds in buildings around the campus and has over 13,000 students locally, as well as many overseas and surrounding areas. It has recently been awarded the prestigious award of Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2012.

Work starts on University of Huddersfield's £27m expansion

Top builder appointed for Queensgate contract

Alton Towers girl Leah Washington celebrates 18th with family and friends

Injured teenager released from hospital after leg amputation

Scriba PRand Faith PR in running for awards

Faith PR and Katie Mallinson, of Scriba PR, are finalists in the regional heats of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

3M BIC welcomes visiting US professors

Professors from St Thomas University, Minnesota, addresses business leaders at the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre

Alton Towers crash could cost company millions

Theme park counting cost of rollercoaster accident

New exhibition focuses on Huddersfield's landmark buildings and its multi-ethnic culture

It is open seven days a week at Heritage Quays at Huddersfield University

Huddersfield University honour for Kath Pinnock

Top politician praises influence of University of Huddersfield

Huddersfield Choral Society chorus master, Joseph Cullen

Huddersfield Choral Society conductor Joseph Cullen jailed for 12 months for child sex abuse

World-famous musician abused young boys in the 1970s and 80s while involved in choirs in Scotland

Father and daughter Steve and Amy Hemingway celebrate double success

Graduates on same day from University of Huddersfield

Iceland store founder Malcolm Walker receives honorary doctorate

Iceland boss Malcolm Walker recalled his early career when he received an honorary degree at Huddersfield University

Manrochem Ltd forges links

Process design engineers Manrochem Ltd is looking at closer links with Huddersfield University and Kirklees College

Huddersfield University growing project provides homeless people with steady supply of fresh produce

HarvestHud at Storthes Hall allotments grows fruit and vegetables for Welcome Centre

Business Profile: Andy Gledhill and Antony Leech, of Project Sport

Former Greenhead College students Andy Gledhill and Antony Leech are keeping local kids active at Project Sport

Tim and Adele Bilton of the Spiced Pear, Sheffield Road, Hepworth.

Holme Valley chef Tim Bilton faces second cancer battle

Spiced Pear to focus on tearoom as TV chef faces surgery for second time after initially recovering from eye cancer

Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen want to join Taylor Swift's squad

Sir Patrick Stewart asks to join Taylor Swift's squad after reciting Blank Space lyrics Shakespearean style

Sir Patrick teamed up with buddy Sir Ian McKellen for Tay Tay tributes - you HAVE to hear them

ITN news reader Nina Hossain receives honorary doctorate from Huddersfield University

Top journalist tells students interested in media career to 'go for it'

Wiisetree Creative takes off

Huddersfield University student Joe Warnes is making aerial videography a key part of his new business Wiisetree Creative

HR Blowers embarks on research project

Holmfirth firm HR Blowers and Huddersfield University have embarked on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership

Journalists

Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent