Research will inform support services for women experiencing homelessness
Complex stories of homelessness, as told through the experiences of women in the North East of England, are the focus of a study led by Joanne McGrath, a third year PhD student based at Northumbria University.
Fine Art graduate wins prestigious painting prize
Holly Smith, a Fine Art graduate of Northumbria University, was one of 12 final-year students to win the Freelands Painting Prize and is now preparing to exhibit her work in London.
EXPERT COMMENT: India has landed on the Moon. Here’s what the political and economic gains are
Christopher Newman, Professor of Space Law and Policy at Northumbria University, discusses India’s recent space mission and what this means for future lunar exploration.
Arts Practice with Young People within Criminal Justice Systems
A forum called Cross-Cultural Arts Practice: Working with Young People within Criminal Justice Systems has been organised by Northumbria University, in partnership with the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) and Clinks, which represents members of the voluntary sector working with people within the criminal justice system.
Northumbria University retains HR Excellence in Research Award
Northumbria is one of a select number of UK institutions to have retained the HR Excellence in Research (HREiR) Award, which it has now held for a decade.
Special Olympics bring life-changing memories for Northumbria University academic
Volunteering to be Team Special Olympics Great Britain’s medical officer at the Berlin games was a transformative experience for Dr Daniel Monk – and now he’s urging others to get involved in supporting the organisation throughout the year.
Leading experts inspire occupational therapy students
Some of the world’s leading figures in the field of occupational therapy have visited Northumbria University to talk to students about the exciting opportunities ahead when they graduate.
Prestigious awards see Northumbria academic recognised as nursing leader
The life-changing passion and commitment of a Northumbria academic has been recognised with a prestigious award.
EXPERT COMMENT: We’re talking about AI a lot right now – and it’s not a moment too soon
In an article written for The Conversation, Kimberley Hardcastle, Assistant Professor for Northumbria University’s Marketing department discusses the history of AI technology and explains how the rapid development may lead to bigger issues if handled incorrectly.
Students support council mission to promote quality living in later life
A North East organisation that aims to help Newcastle become an age-friendly city has received support from talented university students to widen its appeal and membership base.
Northumbria entrepreneur makes sustainability an easy option for businesses in the North East
Sustainability is at the heart of Callum Mather’s business, launched as a graduate from Northumbria University.