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  2. One of our Readers is a leading world authority on learning

  3. Read about Rose Croke, who has reached 25 years' service with us

  4. We are leading the debate on whether social media changes sport. Come and hear more at the next Public Lecture

  5. Here's a poster about our Public Lecture on sport and social media

  6. Applicants enjoying the Big Saturday BBQ and activities

  7. INTERNAL VACANCY FOR CURRENT STUDENTS ONLY Sports Centre FOOTBALL ACTIVATOR Averaging 3 hours per week for 30 weeks (Maximum 90 hours) Salary: Grade 2 – Fixed Spine Point 2 £7.66 per hour + 12% holiday pay To develop and support new playing

  8. There will be a service in the chapel today at 1pm to commemorate Grace Adamson's life

  9. We're in the press for having such a good employability ranking

  10. We've recently held a Public Lecture on Sport and Social Media with Professor Andy Miah from the University of West Scotland.

  11. We've been ranked top University in widening access to graduate jobs. Find out more on the Times Higher Education website.

  12. Our student and elite sport scholar, Ben Proud, has been selected to represent England at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, this summer.

  13. INTERNAL VACANCY FOR CURRENT MARJON STUDENTS ONLY Technology & Information, Computing Services STUDENT IT SUPPORT ADVISOR Fixed term to 31 July 2015 Shifts between 9am to 9pm Monday to Friday Possible Weekend Duties Salary: £6.31 + 12% holiday pay

  14. PPA accredits Journalism programmes at University of St Mark and St John Journalism programmes at the University have been awarded prestigious accreditation from the Professional Publishers Association which sets the business benchmark for teaching

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