Design show backed by Gucci highlights emerging talent
Seven graduates from Northumbria University have made the shortlist of an international design competition supported by Gucci.
The Global Design Graduate Show 2021 is an online showcase which gives emerging creatives the chance to get feedback on their work from a panel of industry experts from the world of art and design.
The show was first launched last year after the Covid-19 pandemic le
Lockdown isolation disrupted thoughts about the future and others
People spent less time planning for the future and thinking of others during the first UK lockdown, a new study suggests.
Northumbria academic celebrates Black History Month
In honour of Black History Month this October, Professor Brian Ward from Northumbria University, Newcastle, is giving a talk celebrating iconic African Americans who have visited the North East.
Beyond Jimi, Martin and Muhammad: celebrating two hundred years of African Americans on Tyneside will be held at Whitley Bay Library at 2:30pm on Monday 18 October. The event is open to members of the
Stereotypical views of scientists can be tackled in the classroom
Weekly sessions with primary school-aged children can have a positive impact at challenging stereotypical views of scientists, according to new research from Northumbria University.
EXPERT COMMENT: Covid smell loss can have profound effects on your life, from weight change to intimacy barriers
Recent in-depth qualitative research from a team of altered eating and altered smell specialists documents the impact of persistent alterations to taste and smell following Covid-19 infection. Writing for The Conversation, Professor Vincent Deary of Northumbria University, and Dr Duika Burges Watson of Newcastle University, discuss the team's findings, highlighting how Covid smell loss can have
Putting gender-based persecution in the international spotlight
Northumbria University, Newcastle, is holding an international conference exploring the progress and challenges of bringing justice to victims across the world who have suffered persecution based on their gender.
Adjudicating Gender-Based Persecution at the International Criminal Court & Beyond: A Monumental Step and the Challenges That Lie Ahead, will be held at the University on the 7tha
Students return to celebrate their graduation at Northumbria University, Newcastle
Thousands of students had the opportunity to formally celebrate the culmination of their studies, as Northumbria University returned to holding in-person graduation ceremonies following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions by the Government.
New book will celebrate work of leading film historian
Colleagues of a highly respected Northumbria University Film Studies academic, who died in 2018, have united to release a second edition of his landmark work on horror films.
Tune into Northumbria’s new podcast series: Why Small Business Matters
Northumbria University, Newcastle, has announced the first in a series of podcasts entitled: Why Small Business Matters.
Episodes will offer practical advice for owner-managers on key topics and provide a platform to hear from other businesses and entrepreneurs about their stories and experiences. The series is led by Dr Matt Sutherland from Northumbria’s Newcastle Business School, who is part
Reputation for research excellence reinforced with four Fellowship awards
Northumbria University’s growing profile for excellence in research has been recognised once again, with the awarding of four prestigious Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships.
Fuse named in 25 million funded School for Public Health Research refresh
Academics at Northumbria University will continue to be part of a prestigious collaboration bringing together England’s leading public health research expertise.