A Northumbria University academic has been made a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
The accolade is conferred upon the most outstanding social scientists from around the UK each year, and Professor of Criminology, Dr Tanya Wyatt will this autumn join an elite group of distinguished individuals representing the full spectrum of the social sciences across academia, the public sector, business, and the area of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE).
Northumbria Social Sciences students showcase their views
A photography exhibition showcasing what sociology, criminology, and politics means to Northumbria students has taken place at the University.
The exhibition featured photographs either taken or created by the students that enabled them to express their own personal views on each topic through imagery. The idea behind this was to engage students away from lectures and to use their imagination
Sociology lecturer wins national teaching excellence award
An academic from Northumbria University, Newcastle, has won the National Award for Excellence in Teaching Sociology for her innovative approach.
Impact of austerity on North East women highlighted at UN
A Northumbria University PhD student has gone to Geneva to lobby the UN Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).