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Making his mark

Herald and Post, p.4, 19/01/2017
A tattoo artist and Teesside graduate has set up his own shop in Stockton.

Teesside University features in top 100

Northern Echo, p.5, 19/01/17, The Journal, p.15, 20/01/2017, Love Middlesbrough, online, 19/01/2017, TFM, 19/01/2017, Radio Newcastle, 19/01/2017, BBC Tees, 19/01/2017
Teesside University is one of five North East organisation featured in Stonewall's list of the top 100 LGBT employers.

Force launches leaders search

Hartlepool Mail, p.9, 17/01/207
An event was held at Teesside University for people to find out more about joining the police.

Can intervention boost energy efficiency?

RIBA Journal Magazine, online, 18/01/2017
Professor Nash Dawood comments on the role of architects in helping to create more sustainable energy networks.

Thumbs up for singer Carter

BBC Tees, 17/01/2017
Performing Arts student Craig Carter vowed judges on ITV's The Voice.

TeleWare announces a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Teesside University

Connect Centre News, online, 18/01/2017, Yorkshire Post, p.18, 18/01/2017, Comms Business, online, 18/01/2017
Communications technology business, TeleWare, has announced that it is collaborating with Teesside University to share knowledge and further drive innovation.

InteGRIDy project will pilot a new energy framework across eight countries

Review Seeker, online, 18/01/2017, Digital Game Developer, online, 18/01/2017, IT Business, online, 18/01/2017, Nasdaq, online, 18/01/2017, PR Inside, online, 18/01/2017
Teesside University is part of the project consortium.

Academics warn MPs about 'judeophilic' right-wing groups

The Jewish News (Web), 16/01/17
Professor Matthew Feldman said today's range of far-right groups believed in different things, with the common denominator being a hatred of muslims.

Teeside student wins pitch with leading housebuilder

North East Connected (Web), 13.01.17
Teesside University students have an opportunity to work on a real life project with Miller Homes North East.

Student's voice charms TV judges

Northern Echo, 15/01/17; Gazette, 15/01/17
A performing arts student who is completing a foundation degree in partnership with Teesside University has impressed judges on television show The Voice

Design student puts talent on show

The Journal, 13/01/2017, p.21
A student from Teesside University has won the chance to design a room within an upcoming showhome at Miller Homes.

Chance to sign up for police positions

Northern Echo, 13/01/2017, p.3, Evening Gazette, online, 13/01/2017
An event to find out more about joining the police is being held at Teesside University.

RAF sayings

Aeroplane Magazine, 02/01/2017
Alexander Ellin contributes to a questions and answer feature about the origins of RAF sayings.

Abuse in football

ITV Tyne Tees, 11/01/17
Kevin Dixon talks about the dressing room culture which may prevent victims of bullying and abuse coming forward.

Best universities in Europe

Times Higher Education, 10/01/2017
Teesside is listed among the best universities in Europe.

Willmott Dixon wins landmark development

Building 4 Education, online, 11/01/2017
The firm was praised for its work creating a living wall at Teesside University.

University aids Catterick's digital delivery

Army and You
Thousands of Army families in North Yorkshire could find it easier to register for events thanks to the expertise of a local higher education establishment.

Graduate opens artisan bakery

BBC Tees, 10/01/17
Graduate Ed Trewhitt has opened an artisan bakery in the Dundas Centre in Middlesbrough.

BBC focus on friction match

Northern Echo, p.16, 02/01/17; Evening Gazette, 31/12/16; Public Now (Web), 04/01/17
Teesside University lecturer Dr Joe McGinnis reproduces an ancient chemical formula for the friction match for a BBC television programme.

Comment on the far-right

Sky News, 27/12/17
Matthew Feldman comments on far-right politics

Teesside University paved business partners' path to success

North East Connected (Web), 05/01/17; Business Durham (Web), 05/01/17; Love Middlesbrough (Web), 30/12/16; Northern Echo, p.39, 30/12/2016; Northern Echo (Web), 29/12/16
The pair, who graduated from the BA (Hons) Business Management this summer, run two successful businesses; digital marketing and website design service Globe Digital and Mello Cleaning.

Academy students team up with Royal Society on science project

North East Connected (Web), 05/01/17
Schoolchildren are working with Teesside University in a partnership to extend the knowledge of A-level chemistry students, working with academics in the School of Science & Engineering

Forensic scientist swaps California for Boro

Northern Echo, p.62, 06/01/17
A forensic scientist has traded a career in a Californian lab to pursue his research in the North-East. Kent Matt Adamson has just completed the first year of his PhD at Teesside University.

New medical device designed by Teesside University academic

North East Connected (Web), 05/01/17; Medical Plastics News (Web), 21/12/17
Report on a new medical device designed by Teesside University academic

Award-winning forensic scientist examines bones in mass graves

Chester-le-Street Advertiser, 05/01/2017; Northern Echo, 05/01/17; Wear Valley Advertiser, 05/01/17; Consett & Stanley Advertister, 05/01/17
An award-winning forensic scientist has traded a career in a Californian lab to pursue his research in the North-East.

Students solve Army problem

Darlington & Stockton Times, p.52, 06/01/17; Richmondshire Today (Web), 19/12/16
Teesside University students worked with Catterick Garrison Community Group which provides activities and social events to help families of serving soldiers.

Research brings forensic expert from California to Teesside University

North East Connected (Web), 08/01/17
An award-winning forensic scientist has traded a career in a Californian forensic lab to pursue his research at Teesside University

Graduate's new business venture

BBC Tees, 09/01/17
Teesside University graduate talks about how he returned to study as a mature student and then started a bakery business in Middlesbrough

The pursuit of alternative fuel supplies

Tomorrow's Energy Management
Feature article on Maria Olea, Professor in Chemical Engineering and Catalysis, in which she talks about use of renewable resourses.

Three minutes with Cormac Ryan

Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (online), 05/01/17
Cormac Ryan from Teesside University is finding novel ways of helping physiotherapy students to empathise with older patients with pain.