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Winner: journalism student Sophie Merritt (right).
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Journalism student wins national award

A final year journalism student from the University of Portsmouth has won a top national award for her exceptional performance in national journalism exams. Sophie Merritt won the Mustard TV award for video…

Dainius Ščiuka’s photograph of Tony Wood, of Tony Wood Hairdressing in Castle Road

New gallery for student and alumni art

City residents and visitors now have more opportunities to see some of the best new creative work made locally in a new exhibition space at the Guildhall. Portsmouth Cultural Trust invited the University…

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Astounding film up for top award

Four students who have taken an in-depth look at disability have been nominated for a prestigious award. Living Differently, a documentary about people with different disabilities, has been shortlisted in the factual category…

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Interactive app exhibition opens

An interactive exhibition that tells the tale of designing an app to help adoptive parents has opened to the public. “Design Thinking in Practice” will be in the Eldon building at the University…

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Student wins award with unusual dance video

A University of Portsmouth PhD student who explained the life cycle of a star using a dance video has won this year’s Early Career Physics Communicator Award. Claire Le Cras, a third year…

Best in the country: Brogan Kay-Jessop with her award presented by BBC presenter Dan Walker

Journalist wins national competition

Journalism graduate Brogan Kay-Jessop has won Student Sports Journalism Award at the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) annual excellence awards. Her winning entries featured interviews with sportsmen and women discussing fighting…

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Students make charity music video

A new charity music video to raise money for World AIDS day today has been produced by a team of third year television and film production students from the University of Portsmouth. The…

Award-winning graduate Scott Brooker

Exceptional graduate earns 1st prize

A recent graduate of the University of Portsmouth Business School has won a national professional award as ‘The One to Watch’. Scott Brooker, 23, was voted winner at the Institute of Chartered Secretaries…

Local people get creative at city’s first hackpompey event
CREDIT:  Leong Chye Tan, University of Portsmouth's Photography Society

Playing with ideas to change our world

Nearly 40 Portsmouth people turned up to the city’s first hackpompey event designed to make it easier to create and try out new and exciting ideas using computing. From the madcap to the…

Senior lecturer and architect Guido Robazza

Architecture students have designs on China

Three Portsmouth architecture students have teamed up with other students from the UK and China to design plans for a new city centre in a Chinese Province. Liam Whitfield, Martyn Webb and Joshua…

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