In the news: 25 February to 3 March 2022

Date 3.03.2022

BBC Look East came to campus for a piece on LGBTQ+ History Month and the importance of pronouns (clip expired).

Our coronavirus expert, Dr Steve O’Brien, gave his reaction to the latest news on Covid-19, on Tuesday morning, on BBC Radio Northampton (clips at 1h 41m and 2h 43m).

Our Games graduates were featured by NLive Radio and Northamptonshire Chamber after founding their own digital agency.

News Anyway reports on how two of our Mental Health Nursing graduates became unwitting trailblazers for our Nursing programme.

Our scheme to help people get back into work was covered by News Anyway.

Senior Lecturer in American Politics, David Waller, spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about the invasion of Ukraine (starts 1h 11m).

On Friday, our Westminster expert, Kate Ironside, talked about a Coventry MP’s involvement in an anti-NATO statement on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Radio (starts 1h 51m).

Northamptonshire Chamber and News Anyway reported on our tree-planting ceremony held to mark the Jubilee.

A Rugby World report into brain injuries features expert input from our Professor of Sports Medicine, Bill Ribbans. Bill also spoke to BBC Radio London about his career and autobiography (clip expired).

Business MK reported on our news about our new Vice Chancellor.

A partner scheme involving the University which is helping county retailers to develop and grow has been featured by Northamptonshire Telegraph.