In the Media - Archive

Two tier v three tier

31 May2014  The Journal,
Professor Liz Todd comments on the pros and cons of a three tier education system versus a two tier model.

published on: 3rd June 2014

Martin Luther King

29 May 2014  BBC 1, The One Show
Includes short feature about the honorary degree presented to Martin Luther King by Newcastle University in 1967, trailing the full documentary next Sunday.

published on: 29th May 2014

The King’s Speech in the US

28 May 2014  BBC Radio Newcastle, Alfie and Charlie at Breakfast
The speech Martin Luther King gave when he accepted an honorary degree at Newcastle University is played to US diplomat Barbara Stevenson and Mayor of Atlanta Kasim Reed. Clips will be played on BBC Radio Newcastle throughout the week.  Listen at 00.28.32.

published on: 28th May 2014

Does UKIP's big win herald a big change in British politics?

28 May 2014  Christian Science Monitor
Dr Alistair Clark comments on the outcome of the European elections.

published on: 28th May 2014

Guardian Student Media Awards 2014 open for entries

28 May 2014  The Guardian
The Guardian Student Media Awards 2014 has opened for entries, with Newcastle University's the Courier hoping to take the coveted 'publication of the year' award for the third year in a row.

published on: 28th May 2014

Shedding light on life of famous great-grandad

28 May 2014  The Journal
The centenary of the death of North East genius Joseph Swan was marked by a visit of the Swan family, who arrived in the region from as far afield as New Zealand and Switzerland, to follow a packed agenda organised by the University.

published on: 28th May 2014

Warm-up for the World Cup

27 May 2014  The Journal
Article looking forward to the ninth iVamos! festival in June mentions Newcastle University is a key partner and Dr Patricia Oliart is one of the co-directors.

published on: 27th May 2014

Clean air in cities: What's behind the smoke screen?

24 May 2014  Daily Telegraph
A study which has found that existing models for estimating the impact of traffic on urban air quality substantially underestimate the real-world emissions of many modern diesel engines references Newcastle University research.

published on: 27th May 2014

Birthday celebration as Great North Museum marks its fifth anniversary anniversary

24 May 2014  The Journal
Professor Eric Cross, dean of cultural affairs, comments on the success of the Great North Museum since the conversion of the 19th Century Hancock Museum building.

published on: 27th May 2014

Sex offenders to face compulsory lie detector tests to stop them breaching parole

24 May 2014  Daily Mirror
Probation officers have begun rigorous training to become lie detector examiners, under new plans by the Ministry of Justice. The polygraph training is being delivered by group founded by Don Grubin, Professor of Forensic Psychiatry at Newcastle University.

published on: 27th May 2014

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