News

  1. This week is National Stalking Awareness Week

    Remembering Alice

    Published on 18 June 2018

     The story of a stalking victim murdered by her boyfriend has formed the basis of an award winning podcast

  2. University of Sunderland student lands top job

    Kim, Kanye, Victoria Beckham and Jimmy Choo: All in a day’s work for Paige

    Published on 18 June 2018

    From Vogue to Victoria - how Paige is on the road to success

  3. Final year Degree Shows are now running at the University of Sunderland

    Third Degree burns: University shows are scorching hot

    Published on 15 June 2018

    Take a quick look at this year's Degree Shows from students at the University of Sunderland

  4. University of Sunderland graduate Zoe Garner

    DNA sculpture to hold genetic code of Wearsiders

    Published on 15 June 2018

    Ever thought about preserving your DNA?

  5. University of Sunderland student Ellie Lyall

    Tall Ships Q&A: Sun, sea and sickness

    Published on 15 June 2018

    How a Sunderland student went from land-lover to seafarer in one easy(ish) step

  6. World Cup fever has arrived

    Three Lions, two Connors...one World Cup

    Published on 14 June 2018

    As Russia 2018 gets set to dominate the summer, two sports students are helping spread World Cup fever

  7. Research into use of pneumococcal vaccine to treat alcohol dependents

    Should pneumococcal vaccine be used for alcohol dependents?

    Published on 14 June 2018

    A dramatic rise in deaths from respiratory infections among alcoholics in the North East has led to calls for the introduction of a vaccine that has the potential to save lives.

  8. Professor Roz Anderson, who died earlier this week

    Professor Roz Anderson

    Published on 13 June 2018

    We are very sad to announce the death of Professor Roz Anderson after a long illness.

  9. Mat Chaloner's 2002 Degree Show exhibition work

    Ice men still scoring after 16 years

    Published on 12 June 2018

    As the World Cup gets under way two of the UK’s most successful commercial ice sculptors have a very unusual reason to celebrate every four years.