In the news: 1-7 October 2021
BBC Radio Northampton’s roving reporter, Tom Percival, was on campus, on Monday morning, to speak to students and staff about the first day of term (interviews at 1h 10m; 1h 25m; 1h 53m; 2h 24m and 2h 55m).
Occupational Therapy student Kacey spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about why she chose to study the subject, and why the University of Northampton (starts 2h 45m).
Our health expert, Dr Steve O’Brien, was on BBC Radio Northampton on Tuesday morning, for his regular chat about coronavirus (clips at 1h 12m; 1h 49m; 2h 11m and 2h 44m).
The Northamptonshire Telegraph featured two of our podiatry graduates who are part of a new clinic in Kettering.
A new initiative from our Nursing team, which aims to support people’s mental and physical wellbeing, has been featured by Northamptonshire Chamber.
The Conversation has featured an article co-authored by UON Lecturer in Health Sociology, Jack Hardwicke, that looks at why more sportspeople are coming out.
The University of Northampton’s role in supporting a day of peace for Bangladesh was covered by the Chronicle & Echo.
Graduate and Hashtag United player, Malika Apindia, told the FA website about how she discovered her talent for football while at the University of Northampton.
The University’s role in an anti-knife crime initiative has been reported by Northants Live.
A Black History Month event at the University of Northampton was previewed by Northamptonshire Chamber.