2009 archive

10 January 2009
The Guardian - Work
Nottingham Trent University graduate Sarah Davis on her career as a fashion designer for George at Asda.
15 January 2009
Building.co.uk
Peter Ramsay-Dawber appointed as fellow of the RICS.
18 January 2009
The Observer
Professor Bill Niven on the Nazi camp guard who inspired the character of Hannah Schmitz in The Reader.
27 January 2009
Nursing Times
Andrew Alonzi research at NLS leads to new guide for the Mental Capacity Act.
29 January 2009
BBC News Online
Nottingham Trent University has carried out a study into the durability of straw houses.
1 February 2009
Assistive Technologies
Nottingham Trent University graduate, Allan Ridley, has developed a virtual cane using Nintendo Wii technology. The device allows users to familiarise themselves with unfamiliar environments in a virtual setting.
3 February 2009
BBC Radio 5 Live
Radio interview
Interview with Professor Baback Yazdani on the topic of price rises in the automotive industry.
5 February 2009
Law Society Gazette
Professor Mary Seneviratne announced as member of the new Office for Legal Complaints (OLC).
5 February 2009
Design Week
Nottingham Trent University’s Paul Johnson on what advice to give students hoping to break into the design industry.
7 February 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
A fitting home for explorer
Archive of correspondence from explorer Joseph Banks comes to Nottingham Trent University.
10 February 2009
The Independent, Life
Nottingham Trent University’s Professor Mark Sergeant on the rules of attraction.
10 February 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Secrets of 'bog bible' probed
Dr Haida Liang's uses Optical Coherence Tomography to examine the details of a priceless 1000 year old artefact discovered in a peat bog in Ireland.
10 February 2009
Nottingham Evening Post (Business Post)
Former student tycoon, 23, wins entrepreneur award
Nottingham Trent University graduate Kawsar Miah wins Midlands Business Awards Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
12 February 2009
Times Higher Education
Jennifer Parkin on the evolution of university work space.
14 February 2009
New Scientist
The right chemistry: The dating game
Nottingham Trent University’s Monica Whitty has carried out research into how people describe themselves within their online dating profiles.
15 February 2009
The Sunday Times
Professor Mark Griffiths explains the psychology of the internet in connection to a recent wave of online 'confession' lists.
19 February 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Radio interview
Interview with Project Officer John Harral and comments from Reception Officer Wayne Rowley, on Nottingham Trent University’s involvement in the BBC Radio Nottingham Energy Experiment.
25 February 2009
Vogue
Nottingham Trent University fashion student Ana Belen Mereño wins Fashion Awareness Direct award, earning her £2,000 and a work placement with designer and FAD Frontline member, Paul Costelloe.
26 February 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Radio interview
Fashion design student Felicity Baggett interviewed after Nottingham Trent University takes first and second prize in Fashion Awareness Direct. The winners were announced during London Fashion Week.
26 February 2009
BBC News Online
Nottingham Trent University graduate, Simeon Hartwig, named the first ever British Council UK Young Fashion Entrepreneur. Simeon runs his company from the university’s business incubation unit, The Hive.
26 February 2009
Times Higher Education
Ann Priest appointed Nottingham Trent University Pro Vice-Chancellor and Head of College of Art and Design and Built Environment. Ann was previously Dean of the School of Art and Design.
26 February 2009
Times Higher Education
The correspondence of the pioneering explorer and naturalist Sir Joseph Banks, who sailed with Captain James Cook and arranged William Bligh’s infamous voyage on HMS Bounty, is to be housed in an archive at Nottingham Trent University.
4 March 2009
BBC News Online
Nottingham Trent University fashion design student produces sketches for the BBC to show how the changing way in which we’re spending money could manifest itself within the fashion of the future.
5 March 2009
Building
Students from Nottingham Trent University’s School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment participate in a scheme to develop ideas for the regeneration of Nottingham city centre.
11 March 2009
Design Week
Nottingham Trent University’s art and design research budget increases as part of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) settlement.
11 March 2009
Inside Out
Shares rip-off
Professor Paul Barnes from Nottingham Business School comments on a share scam which has deceived investors in the East Midlands.
12 March 2009
Drapers
Fashion design students at Nottingham Trent University challenged to create a range of menswear collections for Autumn 09 by George at Asda.
12 March 2009
Safety and Health Practitioner
A major study to examine which factors can affect work-related health and wellbeing is being launched at Nottingham Trent University.
17 March 2009
BBC News Online
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, provides expert opinion on General Motors seeking European aid.
17 March 2009
The Times
Research carried out at Nottingham Trent University has shown that the Nintendo Wii games console can be used to tackle the issue of childhood obesity.
25 March 2009
The Guardian (Society: Greener Housing)
Professor of Sustainable Technology, Steve Goodhew, on straw bale houses and how they should be maintained.
28 March 2009
The Independent
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, talks about hybrid and electric cars.
31 March 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Professor Tom Fisher, School of Art and Design, and Alex Hiller, Nottingham Business School, on their joint research into sustainable clothing for Defra.
2 April 2009
Emeraldinsight.com
Sue McKnight, Director of Libraries and Knowledge Resources at Nottingham Trent University, talks about the work of the libraries and learning resources (LLR) division.
2 April 2009
BBC Newsround
Scientists at Nottingham Trent University are researching how the use of Nintendo Wii could combat childhood obesity.
2 April 2009
Building
Chris Baillon, an architectural technology student at Nottingham Trent University, gives his first impressions on four new schemes.
3 April 2009
BBC East Midlands Today
Scientists at Nottingham Trent University are researching how the use of Nintendo Wii could combat childhood obesity.
11 April 2009
The Times
Dr Monica Whitty – co-author of Truth, Lies and Trust on the Internet and Cyberspace Romance: The Psychology of Online Relationships – on the impact of the internet on relationships.
20 April 2009
Guardian.co.uk
Dr Souvik Mukherjee on his PhD research which examined the potential of games as storytelling media.
23 April 2009
Building
The President of the Institution of Civil Engineers delivers talk to Nottingham Trent University students. Jean Venables tells students that climate change, not the ongoing financial crisis is the biggest risk facing civil engineers.
23 April 2009
BBC East Midlands Today
Dr Richard Yarnell is carrying out a study to track Hedgehogs with radio tracking devices.
24 April 2009
Sir Michael Parkinson opens Nottingham Trent University's new Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism
Sir Michael Parkinson opens Nottingham Trent University's new Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism.
24 April 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Radio Interview with Sir Michael Parkinson
Richard Spurr interviews Sir Michael Parkinson at the opening of Nottingham Trent University's new Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism.
28 April 2009
Journalism.co.uk
Interview with Sir Michael Parkinson as he launches the new Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism
28 April 2009
Guardian Daily
Podcaset of Dr Alan McNally speaking about the outbreak of swine flu.
28 April 2009
Telegraph.co.uk
Dr Alan McNally explains why swine flu is so difficult to contain.
28 April 2009
BBC News Online
As one of the UK’s leading flu experts, Dr Alan McNally gives his views on what the future threat from swine flu might be.
28 April 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Radio interview on Swine Flu
Dr Alan McNally speaks about the outbreak of swine flu

May

1 May 2009
New Design
Nottingham Trent University’s art and design degree shows previewed, along with a number of projects to look out for including an origami-inspired coffee table and a polycarbonate light which can be arranged in a single or clustered format.
5 May 2009
Independent on Sunday
Dr Alan McNally on the swine flu outbreak in the UK.
11 May 2009
BBC News Online
NTU is working with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and the National Wildlife Crime Unit to create a Falcon DNA database.
19 May 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
NTU's Dr Alan McNally is involved in the development of a hand-held system to detect hospital super bugs.
20 May 2009
BBC News Online
NTU's Dr Alan McNally is involved in the development of a hand-held system to detect hospital super bugs.
20 May 2009
BBC News England, Nottinghamshire
Dr Carl Thompson from the School of Arts & Humanities talks about Lord Byron and a portrait of him on show in Hucknall as part of the BBC Poetry Season.
21 May 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Paul Walsh, CEO of drinks company, Diageo Plc, talks about intangible assets at a Nottingham Business School keynote lecture after being voted Britain’s Most Admired Company 2008.
22 May 2009
Arts Industry (AI)
Nottingham Trent University's 'Decked Out' initiative
Nottingham Trent University decorative arts students are taking part in a live trading module as an alternative to the traditional dissertation.
23 May 2009
Drapers
Zoe Lewis and Pandora Bahrami, Nottingham Trent University fashion knitwear design and knitted textiles students, are among those featured in the Graduate Fashion Week preview.
26 May 2009
Nottingham Evening Post (Business Post)
Students all Decked Out for success with unique selling point
Nottingham Trent University decorative arts students are taking part in a live trading module as an alternative to the traditional dissertation.
26 May 2009
Nottingham Evening Post (Business Post)
A ‘pop-up’ future for city retail?
Nottingham Trent University wants to put its nationally-renowned retail expertise to work in the city as the industry seeks to overcome the challenges thrown up by recession.
31 May 2009
Mail on Sunday (You Magazine)
Nottingham Trent University student, Eri Hanabata, featured as a build-up to Graduate Fashion Week, the biggest showcase of young fashion talent in the world.
31 May 2009
Sunday Express (S Magazine)
Focus
Nottingham Trent University fashion design student, Rosanna Legg, is profiled as part of Graduate Fashion Week build-up.
2 June 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Nottingham Business School Dean, Professor Baback Yazdani, on the UK motor industry.
12 June 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Journalist, Jennifer Scott, goes to Graduate Fashion Week in London to see work by Nottingham Trent University fashion design and fashion knitwear design students.
15 June 2009
Building
Dr Mukesh Kashyap, a construction management academic at Nottingham Trent University, has been elected the youngest-ever chair of the East Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Building.
20 June 2009
Drapers
Shirt tales
Italian shirt supplier Milena runs a shirt design competition for Nottingham Trent University students.
20 June 2009
Drapers
Reviews students’ work from this year’s Graduate Fashion Week collections, including Nottingham Trent University’s Ana Merono.
26 June 2009
Building
Architecture students at Nottingham Trent University give their thoughts on new development schemes.
30 June 2009
Computer Weekly
Cyberpsychologists at Nottingham Trent University are working to identify factors which influence people’s behaviour towards security.
1 July 2009
New Design
Chain reaction
Product Design student Dave Massey designs and builds a four-wheeled bike which construction management academic Peter Lyons will ride part of the way from Lands End to John O’Groats.
1 July 2009
New Design
Samuel Wright and Jamie Bowler
Profile on Nottingham Trent University Furniture and Product Design graduates’ business ‘&then’.
1 July 2009
New Design
The Graduate
Nottingham Trent University Product Design student’s four-wheeled TrailCat bike featured. The bike is going to be used by a University construction management lecturer as part of a Land’s End to John O’Groats charity cycle ride.
1 July 2009
Menswear Buyer
Delsiena announces student winner
Italian shirt manufacturer reveals winners of men’s shirt design competition, held in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University.
1 July 2009
Engineering
Chain Reaction
Feature on Nottingham Trent University product design student's four-wheeled bike design. The bike is to be ridden by a University construction management academic during a charity cycle ride from Land's End to John O' Groats.
3 July 2009
Daily Telegraph, HR supplement
Expanding role of HR workers includes ethical dimension
Nottingham Business School’s Professor Carole Tansley, director of the International Centre for Talent Management and Development, on human resource management and ethics.
9 July 2009
Times Higher Education
An art and design summer is being held at Nottingham Trent University for budding fashion designers, filmmakers, photographers and illustrators.
9 July 2009
Times Higher Education
Professor Mark Griffiths of Nottingham Trent University wins US National Council on Problem Gambling Research Award.
9 July 2009
Building
Architecture and Architectural Technology students at Nottingham Trent University give their thoughts on new development schemes.
13 July 2009
BBC World Service
Radio interview
Nottingham Trent University's Professor Mark Griffiths talks about Russia’s ban on gambling.
14 July 2009
Daily Mail
Yes, Britain’s Got Talent
Nottingham Trent University’s Professor Mark Griffiths talks about reality television and celebrity.
16 July 2009
Design Week
One Year On
Nottingham Trent University student Ruth Ashton wins the New Designers ‘One Year On’ award. The award charts the progress of up-and-coming designer-makers who graduated the previous year.
16 July 2009
Design Week
News in pictures
Nottingham Trent University Product Design student’s four-wheeled TrailCat bike featured. The bike is going to be used by a University construction management lecturer as part of a Land’s End to John O’Groats charity cycle ride.
18 July 2009
The Economist
Nottingham Business School’s Professor Leighton Vaughan Williams on policies of EU member states towards online gambling.
20 July 2009
The Independent
Nottingham Trent University student Ruth Ashton wins the New Designers One Year On award. The award charts the progress of up-and-coming designer-makers who graduated the previous year.
20 July 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Radio interview
Professor Martyn Bennett from the School of Arts and Humanities talks about the 40th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landings and the surrounding hoax claims
22 July 2009
The Weekly Radio Magazine
Radio 1's new voice
Nottingham Trent University student radio station manager and Students’ Union president, David Walker, is the new voice of BBC Radio 1.
23 July 2009
Daily Express
Nottingham Trent University psychologist, Dr Monica Whitty, is author of a report into largest and most comprehensive study of love and dating in Britain.
23 July 2009
Marie Claire
Nottingham Trent University psychologist, Dr Monica Whitty, is author of a report into largest and most comprehensive study of love and dating in Britain.
26 July 2009
Sunday Times, Business
Nottingham Business School’s Associate Dean, Professor David Lamond, on how small businesses can plan for swine flu.
27 July 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Nottingham Trent University launches a residential newsletter giving advice to house buyers and seller.
1 August 2009
In Business
Brand master
Front cover and four page feature on Paul Walsh, managing director of drinks company Diageo Plc, following a lecture at Nottingham Business School.
1 August 2009
Midlands Business Insider
Making master classes matter
Professor Roulla Hagen from Nottingham Business School talks about MBA courses.
1 August 2009
New Design
Difference Engine
Images from Nottingham Trent University's lace collection featured in Difference Engine section of magazine.
27 August 2009
Times Higher Education
Professor Claire Jowitt from the School of Arts and Humanities is co-leading a project to republish important work by British travel editor, Richard Hakluyt.
3 September 2009
BBC News Online
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, on the outcomes of the government's car scrappage scheme
3 September 2009
Building
Nottingham Trent University hosts Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) conference which aims to discuss the future of the construction industry.
8 September 2009
Creative Boom
Eight Nottingham Trent University art and design graduates are exhibiting at the XIV Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean.
15 September 2009
eGaming Review
Research on internet gambling to be presented at the British Psychological Society by Nottingham Trent University's Professor Mark Griffiths.
16 September 2009
Medical News Today
Nottingham Trent University's cyberpsychology research group leads symposium at British Psychological Society's Social Psychology Section annual conference.
17 September 2009
Daily Mirror
Professor Mark Griffiths on communication technologies and new media used by young people. Story follows the case of two boys cleared of plotting a Columbine-style attack on their school.
17 September 2009
Daily Telegraph
Nottingham Trent University's Professor Mark Griffiths presents research into internet gambling at a British Psychological Society conference.
18 September 2009
Radio 6PR (Perth, Australia)
Nottingham Trent University's Professor Mark Griffiths on the six Bulgarian lottery numbers being drawn the same twice in a row
19 September 2009
Amateur Photographer
Snap shot
Details of an open event for people interested in the Professional Certificate in Photograpy course at Nottingham Trent University.
24 September 2009
Times Higher Education
Keep your options open
Nottingham Trent University is hosting a conference for arts and humanities postgraduates, which will involve them considering careers not usually associated with their studies.
24 September 2009
BBC Radio 5Live
Radio Interview
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, on Jaguar Land Rover's plans for the future.
28 September 2009
The Guardian
Astonishing fun - and doors are opening
Nottingham Trent University Broadcast Journalism graduate, Steph Oliver, has been nominated for Broadcast Journalist of the Year in the Guardian Student Media Awards 2009.
29 September 2009
Nottingham Evening Post, Business Post
Nottingham Trent University has launched £2 million sustainable design project, Future Factory, to support East Midlands SMEs.
1 October 2009
Nottinghamshire Today
Trent-trained designers of our future
Feature on Nottingham Trent University's Making - The Future 09 exhibition. The event is a showcase of work by recent graduates and postgraduates from the School of Art and Design and School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment.
1 October 2009
Association of Business Schools
CBI Director General to Start Nottingham's 30 Year Anniversary Celebrations
Nottingham Business School's 30 year anniversary celebrations begin with a guest lecture from director general of the CBI, Richard Lambert.
5 October 2009
Arts Thread
Review of Making - The Future 09 at Nottingham Trent University. The exhibition is a showcase of work by recent graduates and postgraduates from the School of Art and Design and School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment.
6 October 2009
Nottingham Evening Post, Business Post
Creative entrepreneur, Mark Shaw, writes about how Nottingham Trent University supports creative businesses through projects such as Future Factory and the Nottingham Creative Network.
8 October 2009
History Times
Professor Martyn Bennett from the School of Arts and Humanities is involved in a major project to republish documents, letters and speeches from Oliver Cromwell.
8 October 2009
Public Finance
Nottingham Business School's Professor Malcolm Prowle writes about the social and financial pressures on the UK and the effect these may have on public spending.
13 October 2009
Nottingham Evening Post, Business Post
Nottingham Business School begins its 30th anniversary celebrations with a guest lecture from CBI director general, Richard Lambert.
15 October 2009
Times Higher Education
Voice and all
Professor Martyn Bennett from the School of Arts and Humanities is involved in a major project to republish documents, letters and speeches from Oliver Cromwell.
19 October 2009
BBC Radio Nottngham
Nottingham Trent University acts as 'Seed Guardian', for the Heritage Seed Library
Caroline Wright, from the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences talks about NTU's role as a 'Seed Guardian' for the Heritage Seed Library.
20 October 2009
BBC Radio 4 - Making History
The great sand flood of Santon Downham
Dr Steve Godby from the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences talks to BBC Radio 4 about the great sandflood of Santon Downham, between 1665 and 1670.
26 October 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Nottingham Business School's Professor Malcolm Prowle comments on the latest figures showing Britain is still in recession.
27 October 2009
Metro
Games aren't just for the squares...
Nottingham Trent University is involved in organising the international video-game festival, GameCity Squared
28 October 2009
Gamers Daily News
An award-winning Japanese videogame creator is to design a new playground in Nottingham, the announcement was made as part of the GameCity Squared festival
28 October 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
A range of inspired work by Philip Watts Design is to go on display at Nottingham Trent University to celebrate 15 years of the creative interior design practice.
29 October 2009
Building
Nottingham Trent University architecture students give their first impressions on Make Architects' £7.5m brass-clad luxury residential and office development in London.
29 October 2009
Creative Boom
A unique interpretation of antique Korean maps will be presented by five South Korean artists during an exhibition at Nottingham Trent University.
30 October 2009
Guardian, Public
A new Healthcare Finance Research Unit has been established at Nottingham Business School.
31 October 2009
Daily Mail
Profile on Nottingham Trent University fashion design graduate, Hannah Marshall, who is working as an intern in the fashion department of the Daily Mail's You Magazine
1 November 2009
Midlands Business Insider
Reconcilable differences
Nottingham Trent University is offering the new Short Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (SKTPs). A case study on the university's KTP with Cooper Parry is also featured.
1 November 2009
Midlands Business Insider
Power of Ten - Are universities doing enough to help local businesses?
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, comments on how universties are working with businesses
1 November 2009
Cosmopolitan
Everyone's wearing...statement scarves
A polka dot scarf from Nottingham Trent University's made@ntu range is featured
1 November 2009
Human Resources
Nottingham Business School's Professor Carole Tansley comments on methods of appraisal and talent management.
2 November 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
New research into meningitis
Professor Stephen Forsythe from the School of Science and Technology has published findings from a piece of research into the genetic lineage of a meningitis causing form of bacteria, known to be found in powdered baby formula.
4 November 2009
BBC News Channel
TV interview
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, comments on General Motors' decision not to sell Opel and the possible consequences.
4 November 2009
BBC Radio 2 (Chris Evans Show)
Professor Mark Griffiths of Nottingham Trent University talks to Chris Evans about people becoming addicted to television
5 November 2009
The Guardian
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, comments on General Motors' decision not to sell Opel and the possible consequences.
5 November 2009
BBC2 Working Lunch
Banking
Associate Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor David Lamond, talks about the reponsibilities of the banking sector following a presentation in Nottingham.
5 November 2009
Times Higher Education
A research informed teaching symposium is being held at Nottingham Trent University.
6 November 2009
BBC Radio Nottingham
Species are under threat of extinction
Dr Richard Yarnell from the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences talks about findings from the latest IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
10 November 2009
Daily Telegraph
Nottingham Trent University's Professor Mark Griffiths talks about the violence in new computer game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
10 November 2009
Daily Record
Major study into love and dating by Nottingham Trent University's Dr Monica Whitty.
10 November 2009
BBC Radio Five Live
Nottingham Trent University's Dr Joanna McKay gives a historical perspective on the factors which led to the fall of the Berlin Wall
19 November 2009
Times Higher Education
Nottingham Business School is launching a new consultancy unit, Nottingham Economics, as part of its 30 year celebrations.
19 November 2009
Construction News Portal
Nottingham Business School is delivering a bespoke MSc for international construction firm, Kentz Group.
27 November 2009
Building
Architecture students from Nottingham Trent University were challenged to come up with a range of ambitious design schemes for a disused former school site in the city.
27 November 2009
Building
Nottingham Trent University appoints Peter Westland as the new dean of its School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment.
27 November 2009
Creative Boom
The internationally-acclaimed collaborative artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are awarded with honorary degrees from Nottingham Trent University.
27 November 2009
Fashion United
Sir Paul Smith is giving students from the UK and Japan a unique opportunity to develop and broaden their design skills as part of an international scholarship exchange scheme involving Nottingham Trent University.
27 November 2009
Eco Friend News
The University's School of Arts and Humanities has launched an MA Human Security and Environmental Change degree.
30 November 2009
Nottingham Evening Post, Business
CBI chief economic adviser, Ian McCafferty, speaks at the launch of Nottingham Business School's new consultancy unit, Nottingham Economics.
30 November 2009
The Guardian
Nottingham Trent University graduate, Steph Oliver, wins Broadcast Journalist of the Year at Guardian Student Media Awards.
1 December 2009
Nottingham Evening Post, Business Post
Business Lunch with Dr Andy Cooke from Nottingham Business School.
1 December 2009
Sea Breezes
A team from the School of Arts and Humanities has been awarded a grant by the Leverhulme Trust.
1 December 2009
Association of Business Schools (also included in ABS media bulletin)
Iconic new home for Nottingham Business School
Nottingham Business School has moved into the University's iconic Newton building.
1 December 2009
New Design
Hook, line and sinker
A nylon net which has ‘caught’ sayings and observations made by both fishermen and embroiderers has seen a Nottingham Trent University graduate walk away with first prize in a national textile competition.
2 December 2009
Creative Boom
Fashion designer, Sir Paul Smith, is giving postgraduate students from Nottingham Trent University and Japan a unique opportunity to develop and broaden their design skills as part of an international scholarship exchange scheme.
4 December 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Academic takes CBI's region role
Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, has been appointed Chair of the CBI in the East Midlands.
9 December 2009
Guardian Public
Nottingham Business School's Professor Malcolm Prowle comments on the Chancellor's pre-budget report.
11 December 2009
Building
Nottingham Trent University architecture student, Igor Barteczko, designed a stone memorial which has been built for a Jewish community.
17 December 2009
Business East Midlands (BEM)
iNet crowns champion
NTU's School of Science and Technology crowned Food & Drink iNet Innovation Champion 2009, for the development of an exciting new material for food and drink packaging.
20 December 2009
The Sunday Times
Nottingham Business School's Professor Stephen Dobson has collaborated on research into the nationality of referees.
22 December 2009
Mail on Sunday
The tricks that Bilko missed
Nottingham Business School's Professor Malcolm Prowle on the proposed Fiscal Responsibility Act.
26 December 2009
The Times
Research by Nottingham Trent University's Dr Monica Whitty, regarding the best usernames for dating websites.
31 December 2009
Nottingham Evening Post
Bygones feature on a book written by MA Creative Writing student, Robert Hann, which is based on his father's experiences as a paratrooper.
31 December 2009
Times Higher Education
Nottingham Trent University's Director of Libraries and Knowledge Resources, Professor Sue McKnight, on the future of libraries for the digital generation.