1. Arts Centre Washington

    Students tackle suicide and dementia on stage

    Published on 20 March 2019

    They’re topics many of us will avoid discussing, but a group Sunderland students are bringing suicide and dementia to the stage in powerful performances designed to enlighten.

  2. The winning University of Sunderland team

    Pioneering nursing programme clinches top award in bid to tackle ward shortages

    Published on 19 March 2019

    "We all celebrated in style"

  3. Drew Dalton

    Sociology lecturer nominated for LGBTQ award

    Published on 19 March 2019

     The spotlight is shining once again on a Sunderland lecturer’s tireless work to promote LGBTQ life.

  4. Lieutenant Colonel Mordaunt Cohen

    Lieutenant Colonel Mordaunt Cohen: 1916 - 2019

    Published on 18 March 2019

    "A remarkable gentleman and authentic hero"

  5. How to get a good night sleep

    World Sleep Day: All your sleeping questions answered by university expert

    Published on 15 March 2019

    Dr Paul Innerd on why 40 winks could change your life...

  6. (l-r) Jonathan Wharton, Mark Walsh, Jonathan Slater

    Government education boss inspired by Sunderland students’ stories

    Published on 15 March 2019

    Current and former students impress VIP visitor to University

  7. The Porn Block is coming

    The Porn Block – how it works and why it “should worry us all”

    Published on 14 March 2019

    Is the Government biting off more than it can chew when it comes to XXX sites

  8. Student Amy Holmes (right) with the CENE team

    Amy builds a solid career foundation

    Published on 13 March 2019

    The work of a North East student to bring young people into the construction industry has led to her being recognised nationally.

  9. Climate Change in the Arctic

    “The Arctic is the canary in the coal mine"

    Published on 13 March 2019

    Sunderland graduate Matt Ayre is back on campus this month to give talk on his vital climate change research using historical documents.