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In the news: 17-23 Jan 2020

News Page 23rd January 2020

On Wednesday morning, BBC Radio Northampton’s Tom Percival was put through his paces in our Sports Hub by Lecturer Saul Cuttell. Find out why on the station’s website (interviews at 1h 26m; 1h 55m; 2h 9m; 2h 24; 2h 53m).

Our Product Design students have been set a furniture design industry brief by Brixworth firm Haddonstone. The story has been covered by the Chronicle & Echo and Northants Chamber.

Our annual John Clare Memorial Lecture, which takes place tonight (Thursday) was previewed by the Chronicle & Echo. Organiser Janet Wilson also went into the BBC Radio Northampton studio to talk about the event (starts 1h 38m).

On Friday, BBC Radio Northampton presenter, Helen Blaby, spoke to Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology, Jordan Elliott-King, about a range of subjects, including our next Psychology In The Pub event (starts 9m).

BBC Radio Manchester had our Games Art graduation, Elliott Dodsworth, in the studio last Thursday to talk about his first video game release (starts 35m).

Midwifery student, Jessica Perkins, was featured in the Chronicle & Echo after overcoming a number of personal setbacks to pursue her dream career.

The University’s Time2Grow programme is a multi-million pound EU funded programme which provides businesses with a graduate for a 10-week secondment. Find out more on the Northants Chamber website.

Events Management students appeared on BBC Radio Northampton to promote a charity ball they’re organising for next month (starts 1h 14m).

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