In the news: 5-11 November 2021
Dr Greg Spellman appeared on an ITV Anglia news item about climate change, on Tuesday. During the interview, Greg mentioned our new climate change degree (clip expired).
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; 2h 12m & 2h 42m).
Our Senior Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism, Kate Ironside, was on BBC Radio Northampton, on Tuesday, to give her thoughts on MP Owen Paterson’s rule breaking (starts 1h 44m).
Kate was also on BBC 3 Counties Radio, talking about Conservative MPs and trust (starts 32m).
Sports Development and PE graduate, Hina Shafi, was featured by Luton Today after being shortlisted for an achievement award.
Our advertising expert, Kardi Somerfield, spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about this season’s Christmas television commercials (starts 34m).
The Chronicle & Echo covered our Café Scientifique event, which saw Dr Lorna Jowett talk about representation in Dr Who.
The Chronicle & Echo published a report on food waste, after attending our COP26 event on campus.
Senior Lecturer Korrin Smith-Whitehouse spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about winning a poetry competition (starts 1h 13m).
The Daventry Express reports the University is working with the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner to enhance safety of students and involve them in the development of activities that make women using the night-time economy safer.