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Read all about it – latest issue of Northumbria University News out now

21st October 2022

The Autumn 2022 edition of Northumbria University’s newspaper is now available and packed full of the latest news, developments, achievements, and research stories.

This issue celebrates Northumbria being shortlisted for University of the Year in the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2022, with the cover story explaining how Northumbria’s nomination reflects its transformation to become the UK’s first research-intensive modern university.

Also included in this edition is a special creativity-focused pull-out supplement, IMAGINE LEARN CREATE, which champions the importance of creativity and culture in society and celebrates the success of Northumbria’s students following a multitude of prestigious award wins this year.

As usual there is all the latest research news, including Northumbria academics supporting Arctic communities threatened by climate change, discovering bacteria in snake and spider venom, finding kinder treatments for childhood leukaemia and exploring the influence of social media on counterfeit crime.

There is also chance to find out more about Northumbria’s new Vice Chancellor Professor Andy Long, as he explains why he wanted to join Northumbria and how the University can look to the future with confidence and ambition.

This latest edition of Northumbria University News, along with all previous issues, are available to read online.

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