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Luke Gate Luke's successful path back into education
27 January 2016
A former apprentice who left school at 16 to pursue a career in industry is now working in a teaching role after returning to education.

Picture Caption: Teesside University’s Leadership, Management and Growth Team. From left – Andy Barras, Jeanette Sumler-Hutchinson, Elaine Hooker, Michelle Tanner, Claire Cook and Joanne Hughff.Leadership events to help businesses grow
10 December 2015
An Olympic athlete, a professional jazz musician, a voice coach and leading figures from the world of business have been invited by Teesside University to help Tees Valley business leaders improve their skills.

Laura Woods, Director of The ForgeTeesside University chosen to help SMEs develop leadership skills
12 October 2015
Teesside University is behind one of just eight projects chosen from across the country by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) to help boost leadership opportunities for small and medium businesses.

Jo Johnson MP, the Minister of State for Universities and Science at Teesside University.Minister pays visit to Teesside University
30 September 2015
Teesside University Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Croney welcomed the Government minister responsible for higher education to the new multi-million Campus Heart.

L-R, Tyrone Davison from Teesside University, David Orr, owner of Hazdet and Cameron Cotterrill, KTP associate.University partnership brings games engine expertise to process industry safety system deployments
02 August 2015
Teesside University is helping a company significantly reduce the time it takes to assess where to place vital gas and fire detection equipment.

KTP associate Barry Moore (centre), with Keith Bell of Mech Tool and Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca, academic supervisor, Teesside University.Teesside University helps engineering company make substantial savings
13 July 2015
An engineering firm is being helped to save hundreds of thousands of pounds thanks to a research project with Teesside University.

Robo Pixel Games (front left) Tom Didymus, (front right) James Batten, (back left) Jonathan Clarke, (back middle) Andrew Burnet and (back right) Elliott OldhamAdvice pixel perfect for retro gaming company
07 July 2015
A fledgling software company which specialises in 'retro' games is set for its first major release thanks to backing from the Finance for Business North East Angel Fund and advice from law firm Ward Hadaway.

Caption: (left to right) Director of The Forge Laura Woods, Rita Clifton and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Business Engagement) Professor Cliff Hardcastle at the launch of The Forge.Brand guru launches The Forge
08 June 2015
One of the world’s leading experts on branding has officially unveiled Teesside University’s dynamic new identity for its award winning products and services for business.

Robert Ashton, 'The Barefoot Entrepreneur', one of the speakers at The Big Social.Region’s universities helping social enterprise to flourish
01 June 2015
A panel of national and regional experts are to take part in the region’s first ever knowledge exchange for social enterprise.

The REPS team at Teesside University. From left - Janet Atkinson, Sam Jackson, Suhail Aslam, Pedro Rivera, Guy Bashford and Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca.SMEs recognised for their environmental efficiency
22 May 2015
North-East companies which have made significant environmental improvements have been recognised by a Teesside University project which has helped firms save millions of pounds.

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