Thursday 12 July 2018

Image - In the news 6-12 July

Our Associate Professor, Dr Mils Hills, was quoted in multiple national news outlets including The Times and The Daily Mail on the Government’s plans ban makeup, baby powder and coffee from hand luggage on all flights leaving the UK

Dr Mils Hills also appeared on the BBC Radio Northampton breakfast show discussing what’s next for Brexit and Theresa May following this week’s high profile government resignations. Listen back (from 1:09)

An Interior Design student featured in the Leicester Mercury, for her ‘pod’ solution to help nurses, firefighters, and teachers facing long commutes to get to work.

Terry Cox, Head of Infrastructure Services at the University of Northampton featured on BBC Radio Northampton, discussing the various environmental benefits of the new Waterside Campus. Listen again here (from 1.04 mins).

Terry also explained the story behind the regeneration of the engine shed, the new Waterside campus Student Union (from 0.33mins).

Nick Petford, the University’s Vice-Chancellor, was quoted as saying the new Waterside Campus will kick-start new businesses in Northampton in a recent NLive radio show, full story shared by the Chronicle and Echo.

The Northampton Chronicle & Echo shared the story of 20-year-old Games Art student who received national exposure in ImagineFX, the world’s best-selling digital art magazine, for her digital art project.

Julie King, Head of Fashion, was a guest on BBC Radio Northampton sharing tips on how to be stylish and classy when the temperature is hot.  Listen in full here (from 0.48 mins).

Waleed and Janai, two new students at the University of Northampton, were interviewed on BBC Radio Northampton, as they are the first from Bermudan students to train as mental health nurses. Listen in full here (from 1.04 mins)

 

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