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  1. James Bond workshop

    Nobody does it better: James Bond expert explores meaning behind title songs

    Published on 04 December 2019

    "If the songs are themselves lacklustre, it can set the films up for a fall"

  2. Emma Boxer

    Emma’s a dementia champion – it’s official!

    Published on 03 December 2019

    National award for pharmacy graduate working hard to improve perceptions of dementia and support patient care.

  3. Jackie Nixon

    Public health pioneer honoured

    Published on 29 November 2019

    A champion of public health in the North East has been honoured by the University of Sunderland.

  4. Helen Hopper, Human Resources Manager at Caterpillar with award-winning Sophie Wyatt

    Caterpillar roll out talented graduate

    Published on 29 November 2019

    An award-winning Sunderland student is Master of her own future after being named student of the year.

  5. Graduate Luiza Jakubowska with Helen Fraser, Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management and Leadership

    “Empowered” student lands international role

    Published on 29 November 2019

    A young international student’s efforts have been recognised as the best in the business – after she was named the top student across of the University of Sunderland’s business programmes, and won a post in one of the world’s most prestigious businesses.

  6. Colin Ranshaw and Chief Executive of the University of Sunderland Students’ Union Marie Nixon

    Five decades of service honoured

    Published on 29 November 2019

    Colin Ranshaw can justifiably claim to have helped tens of thousands of students in Sunderland, from the day he was elected as a Student Representative in 1971, to earlier this month when he stepped down as Trustee of the University of Sunderland’s Students’ Union.

  7. Mariam Khattab

    Sunderland graduate wins national Journalism awards

    Published on 29 November 2019

    As a young woman, Mariam watched revolution unfold in her native Egypt and dreamed of becoming a journalist

  8. Himanshu Kalla and his mum and dad, Seema and Ajay Kumar Kalla

    Family reunion as parents fly 4,500 miles in first trip abroad to see son graduate

    Published on 29 November 2019

    They travelled thousands of miles for their first trip outside of India to see their son graduate at the University of Sunderland, and Ajay Kumar Kalla, 66, and his wife Seema Kalla, 59, could not have been prouder as they watched son Himanshu collect his graduation certificate at the Stadium of Light.

  9. Double prize-winning student Ashton McNamara

    Graduate’s late father inspires double prize

    Published on 28 November 2019

    Ashton McNamara picks up two prestigious prizes for her outstanding coursework as she graduates today - fulfilling the lifelong ambitions of her father who sadly died in the final year of her Master’s degree.