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  • Kyle Kyuyong Jeong winning design for Paul Smith Japan

    Fashion Design students had the opportunity to work on a live project with Paul Smith Japan, with the winners receiving work experience at Paul Smith in Nottingham.

  • Emma Price's winning designs in the Yeoman Yarns Competition

    Fashion Knitwear student Emma Price has won the Yeoman Yarns competition, winning 10kg of Yarn and the opportunity to work with professional Stoll GB knitting technicians on her final knitwear collection.

  • Poster to raise money for Durrell Wildlife

    A group of Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation master’s students are helping to raise money for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trusts Help Rescue Mauritian Wildlife mission.

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    Tom Miller Award

    29 March 2021

    Introducing The Tom Miller Award for Social Impact

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    Ian Hutton Memorial Moot 2021

    29 March 2021

    On Tuesday 23 March NLS students and friends, watched Daniel Witt take the prize for best overall mooter, and, in a very close-run decision, the respondents as best team.

  • NET 1 Year Thanks

    NTU's School of Social Science is pleased to undertake an ESRC funded evaluation of the National Emergencies Trust's first activation which raised almost £100 million pounds to support people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic across the UK.

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    Can women be brilliant? Of course! Do women believe that they can be brilliant? Perhaps... Dr Eleanor Reed, NTU Research Fellow discusses equality in a post COVID world.,-women-must-believe-they-are-brilliant

  • Dog and child

    A new study is investigating the way in which animals are included in schools and other educational settings for teaching and therapy activities.

  • Event

    NTU is a partner in a £1.6 million project which has been launched to support the recovery of Nottingham’s cultural sector with the development of new immersive technology and techniques to help businesses attract audiences and customers.

  • Philanthropy

    Despite being dead for over 100 years, the steel tycoon and one of the richest men in the world during his day, Andrew Carnegie (1835 – 1919) remains a pivotal figure for wealthy philanthropists seeking to ‘do good’ with their fortunes. Colin Alexander, Senior Lecturer in Political Communications at Nottingham Trent University comments on Andrew Carnegie and philanthropy.