Students and academics in the mediaTuesday 29 March 2016
Academics and students from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their experiences and expertise with media outlets including The Guardian, The Big Issue and The Belfast Telegraph.
Dr Liz Fern and MA Social Work student Alison Goudie were featured in The Guardian discussing the challenges and opportunities that come with a Postgraduate Social Work degree.
Lecturer in Education Studies Dr Joseph Maslen (pictured) responded to government proposals for a longer school day and was featured in The Big Issue.
Community Care featured a blog from PSS service user Dot Ogden, in which she discussed the unique way in which PSS and Liverpool Hope’s Social Work department work together.
Dr Veronica Skrimsjö, who teaches on Liverpool Hope’s Beatles, Popular Music and Society MA, spoke to media outlets across the UK about the lasting legacy of Beatles producer George Martin. Dr Skrimsjö's analysis of George Martin’s work was featured on more than fifteen outlets including the global radio network (Heart FM, Classic FM, LBC), BBC Wales, Radio City Liverpool, The Belfast Telegraph, The Northern Echo and numerous regional newspapers.
Dr Ginny Coyles, Carl Larsen and research intern Brittany Furness were featured on BBC Radio Merseyside’s Paul Salt show and on Bay TV discussing British Science Week events. Liverpool Hope’s British Science Week events were also featured by Culture Liverpool and One Magnificent City.
Professor Michael Lavalette spoke to the Liverpool Echo about Public Health England’s index on childhood health and wellbeing. He was also interviewed by Bay TV about what the recent budget means for social services and those on disability benefit, by Wirral Radio about national adoption day, and was on the ‘What the papers say' programme on Blackburn’s Umma TV Chanel (Blackburn).
Professor David Crystal discussed his Hope Hopkins lecture on BBC North West Tonight, Radio Merseyside and in The Liverpool Echo.
Neil Campbell (Capstone Theatre) discussed the Liverpool International Jazz Festival on BBC Radio Merseyside and Bay TV.