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Teesside University lecturer on policing
BBC Radio Tees, Ali Brownlee, 12/06/2013; 06:08:01, 08:07:21
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Chocolate entrepreneur to share story on Teesside
B Daily (Web), 12/06/2013
The World-famous chocolate entrepreneur behind Green and Blacks will speak at the first Business Exchange event at Teesside University’s Darlington Campus. Former journalist Jo Fairley co-founded the iconic chocolate brand with her husband, Craig Sams, and will tell business leaders about her story.
Workshop has quite the effect
Darlington & Stockton Times (County Durham), 07/06/2013, p.5
Polam Hall hosted a workshop led by Ellie Serafin, section head of animation and visual effects at Teesside University, which gave years six and seven pupils an insight into the world of animation and film production.
Lecture by playwright
Darlington & Stockton Times, 07/06/2013, p.18
A free lecture by playwright Wally K Daly is being held at Teesside University on Wednesday, June 19, at 6.30pm, as part of Middlesbrough Literary Festival.
Sweet talker at Business Exchange
Northern Echo, 12/06/2013, p.29
The Business Exchange is a network of senior leaders from businesses and organisations in the North-East and North Yorkshire. The first meeting is on Tuesday, July 2, at 8am - the first in a series at Teesside University Darlington.
Hartlepool Mail, 11/06/2013, p.3; Hartlepool Mail (Web) , 11/06/2013; Middlesbrough FC (Web), 11/06/2013; Hartlepool United (Web), 12/06/2013
Also climbing are Mark Simpson, the dean of Teesside University's school of social sciences and law, the oldest climber, 68-year-old Michael Riley, and Middlesbrough fans Andy Gunn, Tony Dye, Phil Dinsdale, Chris Masterson, steep ascent to 3,800 metres during seven hours of trekking yesterday.
New horizons for intern Ross
Evening Gazette, 11/06/2013, p.5
Prior to beginning the KEI, Ross, who graduated from Teesside University in 2003 with a BSc (Hons) Media, Technology and Production, worked for Innov8 Disposal in IT support and had never previously attempted software programming.
Staff get back to nature
Darlington & Stockton Times (Ripon & Richmond), 14/06/2013, p.19
The project was part of Darlington Cares, an employer-led volunteering project. Members of Darlington Cares include Cummins Engines, Darlington Borough Council, EE, Marchday, the NHS, Sherwoods, Teesside University and Newsquest North-East.
Top of their game
Sunday Sun (Newcastle), 16/06/3013, p.18
Jamie Smith, from Middlesbrough, has been working at the studio for three years after scoring a placement when he was studying at Teesside University. Since then he has gone on to work as a game designer on action driving game The Crew.
The Sunday Times, 16/06/2013, p.10; The Sunday Times Online, 16/06/2013; The Sunday Times (Scotland), 16/06/2013, p.10
Just months after completing a TV production degree at Teesside University, Ellie Fox, 22, was handed a £6,000 loan and a mentor to help get her boutique in Middlesbrough off the ground. Four weeks later, Ticky Turner opened its doors.