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Highlights of the media coverage for the University from May 11 – 15, 2015
***Nearly 4,000 media outlets worldwide, from UK and across Europe, to India and beyond, including:
Articles on yesterday’s second major earthquake in Nepal included comment from UoP experts including Carmen Solana, Richard Teeuw, Robert Inkpen, Andy Gibson, Mike Winter and Naomi Morris.
Dr Solana and Dr Teeuw were also interviewed about the earthquake for radio. (SEES)
The Times Ireland
BBC Radio Solent (interview today)
…and more than 86 UK regional newspapers
Reports on and interviews with Dr Nikos Paltalidis’ new research which shows European banks, and those in southern countries in particular, are as vulnerable today as they were before the last economic crash, posing a strong economic warning to the Eurozone (Economics)
Reports on Frontiers Reimagined, an exhibition co-curated by Dr Marius Kwint as part of the Venice Biennale (Art & Design)
The exhibition has also gained attention across social media
Article written by David Russell, founder of the Russell Partnership, about health and exercise in students mentions UoP as an institution that offers advice to students about healthy living.
Article about UoP students who have been taking part in a disaster simulation exercise. (SEES)
Professor Mark Button is quoted in an article on financial fraud (ICJS)
BBC Radio Solent
BBC Radio Somerset
Interviews with Professor Alan Hallsworth and article about his research which shows market towns are Britain’s best places for myriad reasons (Marketing)
Building Better Healthcare
Six business-led projects aiming to transform quality of life for older adults are to share 2.4m in funding. One of the projects is UoP’s RITA, an intelligent computerised avatar designed to help take the strain of caring for Britain’s ageing population. (Creative Tech)
Report on Dr Nikos Paltalidis’ new research which shows European banks, and those in southern countries in particular, are as vulnerable today as they were before the last economic crash, posing a strong economic warning to the Eurozone. (Economics)
BBC South Today
Dr Claire Nee was interviewed about her research into burglary and crime. (Psychology)
Feature on the couple behind the childrens’ fashion brand ‘Jessie and James’, who met while working for Vivienne Westwood, mentions that James studied at Portsmouth
In The News:
Article about Professor Rob Crittenden’s lecture on the origins of the Big Bang. (ICG)
Report, quoting Dr Isobel Ryder, on the University backing the ‘allied health professional of the year’ award, which is now open for nominations.
Article about police crime commissioner Simon Hayes who will hold a conference at the University on cutting anti social behaviour.
Short article about a conference on relationship breakdowns that is being held at UoP.
Report on three second-year fashion students shortlisted in a national competition celebrating diversity in fashion