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Event to help young care leavers hailed a success

Poet Lemn Sissay (second left) with the organisers of the Hackathon (from left) David Dixon, Investment Manager at DigitalCity, Rachel Morris, Principal Lecturer in the School of Health & Life Sciences and Dr Daisy Best, Principal Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law. [Photo credit: Gordon Williams, neurologically-challenged.co.uk]. Link to Poet Lemn Sissay (second left) with the organisers of the Hackathon (from left) David Dixon, Investment Manager at DigitalCity, Rachel Morris, Principal Lecturer in the School of Health & Life Sciences and Dr Daisy Best, Principal Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law. [Photo credit: Gordon Williams, neurologically-challenged.co.uk].

Solutions to encourage aspiration among young people leaving care have been developed thanks to an event organised by Teesside University.

21 Nov 2019 Business


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Celebrating academic achievement at Teesside University

An acclaimed writer, producer and film director and a businessman who created a multi-million pound company will both be honoured alongside hundreds of graduates during Teesside University’s winter academic awards.

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Teesside University leading the way for digital training

Teesside University has been recognised as a leading education institution for equipping its staff with digital expertise.

19 Nov 2019 About us