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August 2015

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GTrak team Alistair Blunsdon, Marketing Manager, Tom Smith, Technical Director, Frances Chambers, Customer Support Manager, James Anderson, Operations Manager and Ashley Meson, Chief Executive.
GTrak on course for Fusion Hive
26 August 2015
A GPS vehicle tracking specialist has become the latest high technology company to sign up for tenancy in Teesside University’s Fusion Hive building.


Football clubs and academics working towards the same goal
25 August 2015
The vital role sports science and medicine play in what happens on the football pitch is in the spotlight in an interactive event at Teesside University.


Ben Dannatt (front) with Barry Goulden and Professor Gary Montague.Internship proves to be a ‘game-changer’ for Durham company
24 August 2015
A North-East company is being helped to access millions of pounds of potential new business thanks to an internship programme being run by Teesside University.


Chloe Lavelle with Principal Lecturer Melanie Brown.Clearing helps Chloe go the distance
19 August 2015
A 600 mile round trip was enough to convince Chloe Lavelle that Teesside University was the place where she could fulfil her ambitions.


Graduates James Dunmore, Pearl Saville, Sheraz Sadiq, Osman Anwar and Nial Innes, with Saeed Muhammad and Bill Greenwood, from the University's Careers Service, Enterprise Rent-A-Car's Acquisition Manager Katherine Barker and Kierston Avery, Assistant Dean in the School of Social Sciences, Business & Law.Super six on fast track to management
17 August 2015
Six Teesside graduates have secured management positions with the same company following mentoring and advice from the University’s careers service.


The £20m teaching facility The Curve is set to further enhance the student experience at Teesside.Teesside University building success in National Student Survey
12 August 2015
Teesside University has announced further investment of more than £10 million on the back of its success in a national satisfaction survey of its students.


Teesside University students are producing a film on the issue of Private Fostering in Middlesbrough. Pictured from L-R are producer Kathryn Dowson, Mellieha Lacy, pre-production and Script, and cameraman Ainsley Foster.Film looks into the little known issue of private fostering
12 August 2015
A little-know law affecting looked after children and their carers is being put under the spotlight in a short film being produced by students at Teesside University.


bSoftware Solutions - Shaun Brereton (far left) with (left to right) Ryan Walker, Liam Innes and Beverley Griffiths.Digital start-up experiences record success
12 August 2015
A technology company founded by a Teesside University graduate is reporting unprecedented success after only one full year’s trading.


Tom Burton, pictured during his time on the BA (Hons) Media Studies at Teesside UniversityClearing set Tom Burton on track for media career
10 August 2015
If you are still seeking a place to study it’s not too late to contact Teesside University, where Clearing has been made simple.


Media staff films featuring in multiple lauded premieres
07 August 2015
Four acclaimed feature films written, produced, and edited by academic staff hit big and small screens this summer—with crucial strategic contributions from undergraduates working on placements.


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