University stories in the news – February 1-7

News Page 7th February 2019

Lecturers Dr Federico Farini and Dr Jane Murray were on BBC Radio Northampton talking about their research which looks at the integration of migrant children in European schools (starts 1h 40m).

Northants Chamber covered a story about a particularly fruity challenge our students from the Faculty of Business & Law have been set.

The Chronicle & Echo explained how the University is helping students to live healthier lifestyles after a survey found many distrust tap water and blow their budgets on takeaways and ready meals.

Journalism trade website Hold The Front Page featured our student Kaylee Poloczek, who has secured a full-time freelance role with the BBC.

Our Psychology student, Cai Onraet, was a guest on Stuart Linnell’s BBC Radio Northampton show, talking about his experiences of a debilitating medical condition (starts 1h 41m).

Our Fine Art student Jules Bishop has been nominated for the Henley Standard newspaper’s Women of Achievement award, for overcoming being caught up in a terrorist bomb blast and using the experience as inspiration for her art work.



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