In the news: 18-24 November 2022
A round up of mentions of our students, staff and the University in the media over the past week.
It’s the start of the World Cup this week and our Multimedia Sports Journalism students are producing a daily show for NLive radio. Listen again to their updates and read their live blog here.
Our new infant mental health course – due to see its first students in January – featured in Wellbeing News and Business in the Midlands. The course is geared toward nurses and a range of other professionals work with babies, children, young people, and families.
Last week saw the announcement of the Chancellor’s Statement. Commenting to BBC Look East on the impact of East West Rail being given the go ahead was our Westminster expert Kate Ironside (watch again link has expired).
Kate was also part of BBC Radio 5 Live host Stephen Nolan’s newspaper review panel. Listen again here (starts 2hrs and 7mins).
At the recent Local Democracy Reporting Service Conference and Awards, Kate was in attendance and hosted a break-out session about reporting of the housing market, as featured in the Impartial Reporter.
Professor Eunice Lumsden added her thoughts to an Early Years Eye article about issues around how professionals can maintain a good work-life balance.