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Students give up their beds to make a stand against poverty and homelessness

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 13/02/2019
Teesside University students who braved the cold for the very first Big Student Sleepout have seen their fundraising efforts commended after they raised almost £7,500 for charity.


Sustainable sports clothing

BBC Radio Tees, 13/01/2019
Interview with Grn Sportswear based at Teesside University Launchpad.


Vegetable patch

BBC Radio Tees, 10/02/2019
A new fruit and veg stall offering affordable produce for students and staff has been launched at Teesside University, working with Co-op and Middlesbrough Environment City.


The Big Interview

Northern Insight, 01/02/2019, p.16
Interview with Professor Jane Turner OBE DL, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise and Business Engagement)


Smaller portion of fish and chips may be a healthier meal option

News Medical, online, 7/02/2019
A smaller portion of fish and chips has been embraced by takeaway owners and customers, new research has found and may well be healthier for us.


Tackling the obesity crisis by shrinking fish and chips

Technology Networks, online, 07/02/2019
A smaller portion of fish and chips has been embraced by takeaway owners and customers


Labelling call for fluoride in products

Food Manufacture (Web), 04/02/2019
Professor Vida Zohoori, School of Health & Social Care, comments on the use of fluoride


Why gender equality is a critical economic challenge

Open Access Government (Web), 01/02/2019
Professor Jane Turner OBE DL, Teesside University, explains why we require a significant shift in attitudes and beliefs regarding gender equality in this country.


Teesside and Fife team up to offer more

Fife Herald & Citizen, p.29, 01/02/2019
Fife College has widened opportunities for local students who want to study towards a degree in Engineering thanks to a new formal partnership with Teesside University


Women and war

Northern Echo, p.50, 02/02/2019
Dr Ben Roberts comments on a Heritage Lottery funded research project which will capture the untold stories, memories and experiences of local people in the aftermath of the First WorldWar.


Law student's experiences as asylum seeker

Look North TV, 01/02/2019; BBC Radio Newcastle, 01/02/2019
Law student Richard spoke about his journey from arriving in the UK as an asylum seeker, to being in the final year of his law degree at Teesside University


Inspirational Woman: Professor Jane Turner OBE: Pro Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise & Business Engagement, Teesside University

We Are The City (Web), 31/01/2019
Profile on Professor Jane Turner OBE, Teesside University's Pro Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise & Business Engagement


Teesside University announces partnership with Kaplan Myanmar University College

Myanmar Business Today (Web), 01/02/2019
Teesside University and Kaplan Myanmar University College have announced a new international partnership.