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Latest News and Features from Northumbria University

This is the place to find all the latest news releases, feature articles, expert comment, and video and audio clips related to international activity at Northumbria University. 

You’ll find news about our international activity, student and graduate successes, feature articles showcasing our alumni and academic staff and general University news.

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Latest News and Features

Abandoned fashion factory, Generic Image from Unsplash.
Pictured from left to right is Professor Gennady El, of Northumbria University; Dr Magda Carr, of Newcastle University; and Dr Matteo Somma and Dr Antonio Moro, of Northumbria University. Pictured standing on Newcastle Quayside.
Map of Europe with British passports on it
Guardian University Guide 2024, Top 40 text graphic.
Story Chair launch. Andrew Weatherhead, National Trust; Pearl Saddington, National Trust; Dawn Harrison, Changing Lives; Jon Canessa, Newcastle Cathedral; Dr Angelika Strohmayer, Northumbria University; Nick James, Nick James Design.
Research with the North East Ambulance Service aims to support callers experiencing loneliness.
A group of young adults about to embark on a supported internship programme, run by Newcastle City Learning, Northumbria University, Sodexo and DFN Project SEARCH
Northumbria University's City Campus
New research has found the West Antarctic ice sheet has not reached its tipping point towards irreversible collapse – yet.
Immigration. Generic image from Getty Images.
Pictured left to right is Emma Thomas, General Manager, Seaton Delaval Hall; and Nicky Grimaldi, Assistant Professor of Art Conservation, Northumbria University. They are pictured in front of three portraits hanging on the wall behind them.
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Complex stories of homelessness, as told through the experiences of women in the North East of England, are the focus of a study led by Joanne McGrath, a third year PhD student based at Northumbria University.
Holly Smith, a Fine Art graduate of Northumbria University, was one of 12 final-year students to win the Freelands Painting Prize earlier this year.
Employees of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) celebrate after the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 mission on the moon.
Image of Northumbria University campus.

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