Northumbria University, Newcastle is now in the UK top 50 for research power and has been recognised by Times Higher Education as having the biggest rise in research power of any university in a national assessment of research quality in UK universities.
Northumbria University has upheld its reputation as a research-rich institution by retaining an international award for the support it gives to its research staff.
A new piece of public art that brings a town’s ambitions to life has been unveiled in Ashington. Entitled Town of Colour, it is the culmination of a programme of partnership workshops and activities organised by academics, graduates and students from Northumbria University to harness community aspirations in Ashington.
Northumbria University, Newcastle is playing a central role in a four-week long international, virtual festival curated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which started on 20th October and runs through to 14th November 2014.
Students from Tsukuba University in Japanese recently teamed up with Northumbria’s MDI (Multidisciplinary Innovation) students and staff for a research project funded by Northumbrian Water.