In the News: 31 May–6 June

News Page 6th June 2019

Rachel Maxwell, Head of Teaching and Learning, wrote in the Times Higher Education Supplement about the University of Northampton’s approach to teaching students about academic integrity. The article is behind a paywall but can be read here.

Northampton Students’ Union vice-president BME officer Tre Ventour, who will assume his post in July, spoke to the Chronicle and Echo about the work that lies ahead for him in this new role.

Dr Cal Cooper, Lecturer in Psychology and Parapsychology expert, was mentioned during a BBC Radio Derby interview with a man who has a made a film celebrating 35 years since the release of the film Ghostbuster.

Dr Drew Gray, Subject Leader for History, has co-authored a new book on Jack the Ripper. He spoke to Paul Ross on Talk Radio on Thursday morning about who he thinks the killer really was (choose the 3am to 3.30am clip and the interview starts from 11m).

Julian Brown was live on BBC Look East on Friday, where the Subject Lead for SEN & Inclusion commented on special education needs provision and its impact on children and families (clip expired).

Vice Chancellor, Professor Nick Petford, was live on the BBC News channel last week reacting to the Auger Review recommendations and what this could mean for Higher Education and students (clip expired).

A Photography student’s project, which has seen her meet the inmates of HMP Leicester, was featured on BBC Radio Northampton’s news bulletin on Tuesday (starts 4m).

 

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