Dr Sian Bonnell, Associate Professor of Photographic Concepts, has had a series of her photographs selected for exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Tinnedfruit, a talented new three-piece garage rock band have been added to the line-up of the Great Escape Festival in Brighton, one of the largest festivals for new bands.
Falmouth University students Max Felts, Danny Withers and Dan Ledley, who are all currently studying BA(Hons) Popular Music, got together during their studies last year and haven't looked back since.
Bryony Richards has won the Young Photographer Award at the annual Engineering Employers Federation and Lombard 'Make it Britain' photography competition.
Bryony, who is studying BA(Hons) Marine and Natural History Photography, had four of her photographs shortlisted for the prize, which celebrates traditional and new ways of manufacturing in Britain.
She found out she had won at an exclusive awards ceremony she attended with her mum at the House of Commons last month.
Falmouth alumni Amy Albright is on board with P&O cruises after being commissioned to produce four large paintings for their latest ship, Britannia.
The striking semi-abstract oil paintings will be displayed in a public area of the ship for all to see. It will form part of Britain's largest floating art collection, containing more than 8,000 artworks, when it launches in March next year.
Amy's career has gone from strength to strength since graduating from the BA(Hons) Fine Art course in 2007.
Tanya Krzywinska, Professor of Digital Games, has been listed in MCV's Top 100 Women in Games.
Tanya fought off tough competition to make the list, which received over 400 entrants and celebrates women working in the UK games industry.
Tanya was surprised to see her name listed: "I didn't know about this until I saw it on a friend's Facebook feed! An anonymous group of games professionals drew up the list and it's really great to see some games researchers and academics on it as well as women working directly and commercially within games development."