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October 2014

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Adam Mann.Adam plans to make his mark behind the camera
22 October 2014
A promising filmmaker has been given a boost in his studies after being one of only a handful of people to receive a prestigious bursary.


Professor Nashwan Dawood, Director of Teesside University's Technology Futures Institute, Johnathan Munkley and Simon Crowe, Architectural Director at Niven Architects.Teesside University collaboration helps business to grow
21 October 2014
A leading firm of architects has launched a new business to bring cutting edge technology to the construction industry, thanks to collaboration with Teesside University.


Charlie Hoult, Alison Brown and Sunderland University's Alastair Irons.Girls encouraged to carve out careers in computing
17 October 2014
An annual Teesside University event which inspires girls to consider careers in computing has scooped a prestigious award at a ceremony celebrating the region’s booming IT and technology sector.


A still from Paige Howard's documentaryYoung filmmaker’s work unveiled at Imperial War Museum
17 October 2014
Raising awareness of a little known role by Army soldiers has led young filmmaker Paige Howard to show her documentary at the Imperial War Museum.


Satwinder Badesha.Inspiration for social enterprise was a piece of cake
15 October 2014
A frustrating search to find a gluten-free cake for his mother’s birthday has led a Teesside University student to set up an innovative social enterprise.


John Berger.Literary great to launch first collection of poems
13 October 2014
One of the major intellectuals of our time will be jetting into Teesside University to talk about his work and launching his first ever full collection of poems as part of Middlesbrough’s new international poetry festival.


Ami, Rob and Matthew at Teesside ArchivesTurning back time to wartime Middlesbrough
13 October 2014
As dramas such as BBC’s Peaky Blinders and The Village offer a grim glimpse of life following the First World War, student researchers from Teesside University have been discovering what life was like for people living in wartime Middlesbrough.


Volunteers can sign up at Criminal Justice event
10 October 2014
Students and Teesside residents are being offered a chance to take on one of a number of coveted roles as a volunteer within the Criminal Justice System.


Kanda Bongo Man Musical and cultural celebration to mark Black History Month
09 October 2014
A celebration involving world music musicians and performers is among events taking place at Teesside University to mark Black History Month.


Laura Woods, Director of Academic Enterprise.Popular graduate scheme comes to Yorkshire
08 October 2014
A popular European funded internship scheme which has seen scores of North East companies receive a £4,000 subsidy to take on a talented graduate is being extended into Yorkshire.


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