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Teesside University students Leah Gibbs (back row, second left) and Kevin Gamblin (far right) with coaches and members of the Gym World Special Needs Gymnastic Team. Students help gymnasts with Special Olympics preparation
25 May 2017
Students from Teesside University are working with a team of gymnasts with special needs to help send them to a prestigious national tournament.


Amin Ngunga, Kirsten Donkin, Danielle Young and brothers Kanidu and Shavindu Karunanaya. Students given platform to demonstrate business expertise
24 May 2017
A new Business Clinic which has seen over 70 students work on bespoke projects for a diverse range of regional companies has been hailed a success.


Liam Brown, Mike Edwards, Marketing Director at Whitby Town FC, and James McDonald. Students flying the flag for Whitby Town FC
22 May 2017
Two intrepid first year students are spending their spare time helping to raise the profile of a local football club as part of their ambition to succeed in the world of sports marketing.


Alex Farrington, Hannah Erdem and Kylie Allen. Double award for Psychology Society
16 May 2017
Students from a newly-formed society were celebrating after scooping two prizes at an annual awards ceremony.


Joanne Dunnett Making meal times a fun family activity
09 May 2017
Families are being encouraged to cook together and eat healthier options as part of an initiative to promote the benefits of family meal times.


Teesside Law Clinic students, Rachel Simmons, right, Kendal Iley, left, with Andrew Perriman, Senior Law Lecturer, receiving their award at the House of Commons. Award recognition continues for Law Clinic
27 April 2017
Teesside University Law Clinic has won national recognition in the LawWorks & Attorney General's Student Pro Bono Awards 2017.


Dr Kevin Dixon. Will digital media be decisive in the general election – as it was in Donald Trump’s victory?
26 April 2017
Theresa May’s refusal to appear in television debates during the General Election campaign may be smarter than it appears, according to a team of researchers examining society’s use of the internet and digital technology.


AMAT uses motion capture technology more commonly found in games systems University research is helping to develop the footballers of tomorrow
20 April 2017
A Yorkshire business is using motion capture technology to develop the next generation of footballers, thanks to a joint research project with Teesside University.


Pictured from left: Carl Meggs, Laura Woolley, Natalie Woods Students showcase their research at national conference
18 April 2017
Students involved in research at Teesside University have been invited to present their work at a national conference.


Teesside academic prepares for international sporting event
10 April 2017
A Teesside University academic is preparing to compete in a major international sporting event as a result of donating a kidney to a complete stranger.

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