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Dr Natalie Butcher and Heather Carabine Face blindness realisation changed Heather’s life
27 April 2018
A former mature student at Teesside University says her life has been completely transformed after realising she has a rare developmental disorder which is characterised by an inability to recognise faces.

Dr Kevin Dixon, co-editor of 'Studying Football'. New book analyses the history of corruption in football
11 April 2016
A Teesside University academic has co-edited a new book which contains an in-depth analysis of the history of corruption in football.

Prestigious postgraduate conference to address issues of precarity
07 March 2016
Precarity and insecurity will be debated at a special conference at Teesside University aimed at those interested in studying sociology at postgraduate level.

Recognising the contribution of volunteers to their communities
07 January 2016
Nominations are being sought for awards that celebrate how the voluntary and community sector involves, influences and impacts on the community.

Professor Steve Hall (right) meets Irish President Michael D Higgins. Professor strengthens links with Irish university
17 November 2015
A Teesside University Professor was invited to the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin to help launch a new Research and Teaching Centre.

Professors Steve Hall and Simon Winlow. We were right to say that crime is not declining in Britain - claim researchers
16 October 2015
Criminologists at Teesside University say the inclusion of cyber-offences in official crime statistics provided by the Crime Survey of England and Wales proves that repeated claims of a fall in crime have long been misleading.

Dr Jessica McCarrick. False accusations preventing men from reporting domestic abuse – study finds
28 September 2015
Male victims of domestic violence are reluctant to report the abuse they suffer for fear of being accused of violence themselves, according to new research by a Teesside University academic.

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.

Call for papers - women, narrative and crime
20 February 2015
Abstracts are being invited for an interdisciplinary conference which will explore questions of narrative and crime in relation to violence against women, as well as addressing themes relating to women, crime and justice more broadly.

Research excellence with impact produced at Teesside University
18 December 2014
Results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) have highlighted the benefit and impact of research produced at Teesside University.

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