Tuesday August 4 2020

TV nature star backs species fightback mission

A £2-million University of Cumbria project to reintroduce 10 threatened flora and fauna species across the lowlands of South Cumbria has been hailed a countrywide catalyst by a leading television nature presenter. BBC Spring and Autumnwatch personality, Gillian Burke, says the National Lottery Heritage Fund-supported Back on our Map (BOOM) mission will make it easy for people to get behind compelling fightback plans to save three native animals and seven plants.

BBC Springwatch presenter Gillian Burke hails Back on our Map project. August 2020.

Friday July 31 2020

Photographer gains degree with his autobiographical picture portrayal of life with a disability

Photography graduate Jordan Mossom has praised University of Cumbria for supporting him to study for and gain a degree while living with a rare muscle-wasting condition. Growing up with a passion for photography, Jordan did not think university would be an option open to him. He's now a proud member of University of Cumbria’s Class of 2020, successfully completing his degree this summer and seeing his work recognised by an international photography magazine.

Photography graduate Jordan Mossom, Class of 2020, Institute of the Arts, July 2020

Monday July 27 2020

Success for Cumbria’s university students at D&AD New Blood 2020

Three new University of Cumbria graduates are celebrating after scooping accolades in a series of influential industry awards that recognise young and emerging creative talent. Graphic design graduates Tim Stewart and Jacob Towle are among the winners of the 2020 D&AD New Blood Awards and illustrator Ed Merlin Murray is 'One to Watch' according to the charity which inspires and celebrates excellence in design and advertising.

Three University of Cumbria Institute of the Arts students have been recognised in the 2020 New Blood Awards and Festival. Ed Merlin Murray, illustration, and graphic design Tim Stewart and Jacob Towle. July 2020
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