EXPERT COMMENT: My book Tell it to the Bees was made into a film – but they changed the ending for a straight audience
Press releases • Jul 22, 2019 12:26 BST
Fiona Shaw, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Northumbria University discusses film adaptations of novels and the film ending of her own book, Tell it to the Bees.
Press releases • Jul 18, 2019 10:23 BST
A long-standing partnership between Northumbria University and the London School of Public Relations (LSPR) in Jakarta has resulted in the creation of more than 2,000 short films.
Press releases • Jul 17, 2019 14:07 BST
Graduating student Joel Tate has been presented with the Best Dissertation in Business Ethics prize for his work highlighting growing consumer pressure to end plastic pollution.
Press releases • Jul 17, 2019 10:08 BST
The 2019 winner of one of the UK’s most generous art prizes has been announced during a ceremony at Northumbria University.
Press releases • Jul 16, 2019 16:41 BST
Northumbria University is among a team of experts in the region who are leading a national project to address health inequalities in the country and the prevention of poor health.
Press releases • Jul 10, 2019 11:44 BST
Respected physicist Professor Julia Yeomans has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science by Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Press releases • Jul 09, 2019 13:53 BST
The economic consequences of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal have received significant attention, but a no-deal Brexit would also have important security implications.
Press releases • Jul 09, 2019 09:54 BST
North East-born designer and Northumbria alumnus Louise Trotter has been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Civil Law Degree by Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Press releases • Jul 08, 2019 10:42 BST
Historian and former Labour politician Dr Tristram Hunt, Director of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Civil Law by Northumbria University, Newcastle.
EXPERT COMMENT: Climate change: real estate worth billions could become obsolete – unless owners act now
Press releases • Jul 04, 2019 12:12 BST
Kevin Muldoon-Smith, Lecturer in Real Estate Economics and Property Development, and Paul Michael Greenhalgh, Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration, both at Northumbria University, discuss real estate in relation to climate change.
Press releases • Jul 04, 2019 10:03 BST
Three eminent figures from the fields of politics, physics and fashion, will be awarded honorary degrees from Northumbria University, Newcastle, this summer.
Press releases • Jul 03, 2019 14:29 BST
Design for Industry students tackle fatbergs, globalisation and the future of farming in innovative graduation projects.
Press releases • Jul 03, 2019 10:09 BST
With the rise in popularity of people growing their own fruit and vegetables, it may be surprising to know that many urban allotments have soil with lead levels above UK guidance values. However, new research from Northumbria University suggests that the national soil guidance should be revised as it does not accurately recognise how lead is stored in the soil and transfers to vegetables.
Press releases • Jul 02, 2019 09:59 BST
New research carried out by business students at Northumbria University is set to help struggling golf clubs across the North of England to futureproof their operations and drive revenue.
Press releases • Jun 28, 2019 16:03 BST
Dr Helena Farrand Carrapico, Associate Professor in Criminology and International Relations at Northumbria University, writes about future security relations between the EU and the UK and looks at the last three years since the EU referendum.
Press releases • Jun 28, 2019 15:08 BST
The winners have been announced for the Northern Writers’ Awards 2019, the annual search for the best new writers in the North of England, produced by New Writing North. The awards took place on 26 June, National Writing Day.
EXPERT COMMENT: Neoliberalism has tricked us into believing a fairytale about where money comes from
Press releases • Jun 27, 2019 16:01 BST
Emeritus Professor, Mary Mellor, discusses where money comes from for The Conversation.
Where’s the money gone? The mystery of the ‘missing’ £88 million allocated to provide free school meals to disadvantaged children
Press releases • Jun 27, 2019 12:05 BST
MILLIONS of pounds allocated by the government to feed some of the poorest children in the country is unaccounted for, according to a new report from Northumbria University, being discussed in the House of Commons today (Thursday 27 June).