Students and staff in the mediaMonday 14 December 2015
Liverpool Hope University students and staff have been sharing their expertise and experiences with local and national media.
The Liverpool Echo took a behind the scenes tour of the new Science building with students Luke Meneilly (MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging) Paula Kelly (Environmental Science) and Munibah Makda (Nutrition).
Dr Mike Brocken appeared in the Radio Times feature ‘the face behind the voice’ and also spoke to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation about Ewan MacColl.
Dr Catherine O’Connell, Associate Director of the Centre for Education and Policy Analysis at Liverpool Hope (pictured), wrote a piece for the Times Higher Education blog about university hierarchies.
Dr Florian Zollmann spoke to Radio Merseyside about two roundtable events hosted by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, as part of their Contemporary Issues week (approx 1 hr 5 mins in).
Fine Art graduate Ant Hamlyn's participation in FACT's (Foundation for Art and Creative Technologies) Follow exhibition was featured in the Liverpool Echo, Double Negative and Art in Liverpool.
Dr Joe Greener spoke to the Liverpool Echo about cuts to social care in Knowsley.
Dr Richard Budd’s blog on his experience as an Early Career Researcher was republished on the Times Higher Education blog.
The first Professional Liverpool/Liverpool Hope event was on the Chamber of Commerce website and in the Liverpool Echo.
Dr Evan Lawrence spoke to BBC Radio stations around the country including 5 Live, and also spoke to the Liverpool Echo about the Paris attacks
The Liverpool Echo curated a piece called '19 times Liverpool Hope University looked perfect', featuring images taken by our students, and which reached nearly 21,000 people when it was shared on our facebook page.
Dr Greg Wood and Skill Acquisition & Human Movement Science (MSc) alumna Rosie Beck spoke to The Guardian about their field of research, with Dr Wood saying that Liverpool Hope’s course operates in “one of the fastest growing areas of sports science.”
Dr Alberto Sanna spoke to Radio Merseyside about the Cornerstone Festival. The festival was also featured by The Liverpool Echo, Bay TV, Visit Liverpool, Art in Liverpool and The Double Negative.