In the news – December 14-20

News Page 20th December 2018

This week’s round-up of University stories in the news.

Our Institute for Creative Leather Technologies was featured on BBC Two’s Made in Great Britain programme on Friday evening. Presenter Steph McGovern was given a shovel and a lesson in leather making by Institute Director, Rachel Garwood, pictured above.

Head of Fashion, Dr Julie King, has now moved to a new role with Cardiff University. Her final piece of media work for UoN took place on Friday, when she appeared on BBC Radio Leicester for a feature on hiring clothes (starts 38m)

Professor of Sustainable Wastes Management at the University of Northampton, Margaret Bates, was a guest on the BBC News channel on Tuesday, running the rule over the Government’s waste strategy.

Advance HE announced Waterside Campus is its chosen case study for its Advance HE Future Professional Directors programme.

Former BTEC student, George Paphitis, discusses his art exhibition in Cyprus for an article published by Cyprus News Agency.

 

 

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