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Children's Graduation Ceremony

BBC Radio Tees, 17/12/2017
Junior and Teenager children attending an graduation ceremony at Teesside University as a part of the National Children's' Scheme.


Bowes Museum wins money towards digital vision

Northern Echo, 17/12/2017
The Bowes Museum, in Barnard Castle, has been awarded £1,400 from the Creative Fuse North East Innovation Pilot Scheme.


Teesside graduate adds a creative spark

North East Connected, 16/12/2017
Elizabeth Hall, Teesside University graduate is making her mark in the world of digital PR and marketing after internship scheme offered by the Innovate Tees Valley programme.


University spreads festive cheer in community

Evening Gazette, 16/12/2017
Teesside University staff and students have been spreading festive joy with a series of fundraising and events to help the local community.


Support launched for creative businesses in Tees Valley

D Baily, 15/12/2017; North East Chamber of Commerce, 15/12/2017; Tees Business, 15/12/2017; Northumbria University web, 16/12/2017
Unique partnership between the region's five universities to explore how creative, digital and IT firms can have a sustainable future in the region.


Alcohol and under 15s

BBC 1 Breakfast, 15/12/2017; BBC Radio Network, 15/12/2017
Professor Newbury-Birch comments on the issue of alcohol and the under 15s.


Digital Business

TFM, 14/12/2017
Tees Valley Major Ben Houchen visits Fusion Hive set up by Teesside University and talks about companies set up digital businesses in Teesside.


TUBS launches course to build our next leaders

Evening Gazette (Teesside) 11/12/2017:Gazette Live (Web) 11/12/2017; North East Chamber of Commerce, 13/12/2017; Tees Business, 15/12/2017
As part of a £21m revamp, Teesside University Business School (TUBS) is launching a new MBA programme that aims to build the region's entrepreneurial leadership skills.


Energy Drinks Debate

BBC Radio 5, 10/12/2017; New Food Magazine, 16/12/2017
Dr Amelia Lake talks about the Research has revealed that around one in three young people say that they regularly consume energy drinks, which typically contain high levels of caffeine and sugar,


Agency staff

BBC Radio Newcastle, 14/12/2017
Teesside University lecturer, Terry Murphy comments on the issue of agency staff in Social Work.


Continued gas use is 'incompatible with Europe's climate targets'

Energy World, 01/12/2017
The work of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and Teesside University is mentioned in the article.


Scheme to boost growth

Northern Echo, 14/12/2107
Services offered through Creative Fuse Tees Valley, include one-to-one mentoring and consultancy, themed workshops, graduate placements and access to Teesside University's creative facilities.


Student Megan ensuring she is ready for the future

North East Connected, 13/12/2017; North East Chamber of Commerce, 15/12/2017
Megan Howard , who is completing her final year of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design, won a design competition after students were asked to create a new logo for the University's Student Futures,


Newcastle's Aura reappointed to NEPO framework

B Daily, 12/12/2017; Insider Media Limited, 14/12/2017
Aura has been appointed to the NEPO framework and created work experience placements and apprenticeships on developments such as the Library refurbishment for Teesside University.


Teachers call for ban on sale of energy drinks to under 16s

Yahoo! UK and Ireland (Web) 10/12/2017:The Daily Telegraph 10/12/2017:The Daily Telegraph,11/12/2017:The Daily Telegraph 11/12/2017:BBC Asian Network, 10/12/2017 BBC Radio 5, 10/12/2017; LBC 1152 AM, 11/12/2017; Talking Retail, 13/12/2017
It comes after researchers at Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, based at Teesside University, found that energy drinks were being sold to children for less money than water


Digital studio helping to nurture home grown animation talent

North East Chamber of Commerce, 13/12/2017
A digital design studio at Teesside University which taps into home grown animation talent is helping to steer graduates towards their professional careers.


Electric Youth

Autocar, 13/12/2017
Teesside University graduate, Tom Lingard won the top prize at The Autocar-Courland Next Generation Awards


PMO 'dark arts' explained

Project, 04/01/2018
Teesside University lecturer, Stephen Reeson talked on gamification at the PMO Specific Interest Group annual conference.


Businesses in the North East can inspire schoolchildren to acquire the skills that our economy needs

We Are Tech North (web), 12/12/2017
The event was hosted by Founders4Schools at the Boiler Shop thanks to the generous sponsorship from local organisations – the Clouston Group, NRG, Northstar Foundation and Teesside University.


Northumberland R&D firm ends 2017 recruitment drive with raft of scientist hires

B Daily, 12/12/2017
Teesside University graduate, Emily Kelly joins Arcinova.


Vital help for patients thanks to new Tees Valley research centre

Hartlepool Mail, 12/12/2017
the formal signing of a new partnership between the trust and Teesside University, by the trust's chiefexecutive Julie Gillon and Professor Simon Hodgson, Teesside University's pro vice-chancellor.


Digital experts look to get beyond 'auditions' in international project

Assistive Technologies,02/12/2017:
Researchers at Teesside University are part of the ambitious international project which will look towards digital technology and virtual reality to help provide support for people with a variety of h


Saltburn

Darlington & Stockton Times, 08/12/2017
The D-formed exhibition is at the Constantine Gallery on the ground floor of the Middlesbrough Tower at Teesside University.


Business Leads International

Partnerships Bulletin, 01/12/2017
The university aims to invest £83m into its student accommodation, with new purposebuilt accommodation on the Woodlands.


New technology hoped to reduce disruption to Northern Powergrid's network

104.7 Minster FM, 08/12/2017
Teesside University graduate, Rebecca Kelly is working on Northern Powergrid's £4m Foresight fault detection project.


Teesside University Business School launches MBA

BQ Magazine, 08/12/2017; B Daily, 08/12/2017
Teesside University Business School (TUBS) is launching a new MBA programme which aims to build the region's entrepreneurial leadership skills


'Ban sale' of energy drinks to under 16s

Northern Echo(North Edition)04/12/2017:Northern Echo(Web)04/12/2017:Planet Radio(Web)05/12/2017:TFM Radio(Web)05/12/2017:TFM BBC Radio Tees 05.12.17; Metro Radio, 05/12/2017; Darlington&Stockton Times 08/12/2017;Durham Times 08/12BBC Radio TalkRadio 11.12
A collaboration with academics from Durham, Northumbria, and Teesside Universities through Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health on the sale' of energy drinks to under 16s


Women of vision who do the North East very proud

The Journal (Newcastle Upon Tyne), 07/12/2017:
Prof Jane Turner, the dynamic pro-vice-chancellor of enterprise and engagement at Teesside University. She was making a real and measurable difference to the aspiration (and attainment) of students.


Rewarding firms which show community spirit

The Journal (Newcastle Upon Tyne), 07/12/2017:
Teesside Business Awards - March 22 at the Olympia Building, Teesside University.


Digital studio helping to nurture home grown animation talent

Tees Business (Web),06/12/2017:North East Connected (Web) 07/12/2017:
A digital design studio at Teesside University which taps into home grown animation talent is helping to steer graduates towards their professional careers.