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  1. Kacey Smith and Laura Rose

    Rate Your Mate: Laura Rose helps Kacey bloom at University

    Published on 21 February 2020

    “I could cry at the nice things Kacey has said about me"

  2. ThinkBiscuit Media

    Made in Sunderland: Business owner’s University passion

    Published on 18 February 2020

    University talent pool is spilling over into business

  3. Dr Alex Lockwood

    Vegans, prejudice, and life on the fringes…

    Published on 14 February 2020

    "I was fighting for not even 50% of what everyone else got as standard"

  4. School of Nursing

    Hat-trick of national award nominations for our School of Nursing

    Published on 13 February 2020

    Once again our University has been shortlisted for a trio of awards in this year’s Student Nursing Times Awards (SNTA) celebrating the nursing community’s brightest talent.

  5. World Radio Day

    Sunderland academic’s research making waves on World Radio Day

    Published on 12 February 2020

    Radio.Garden an online platform and app where listeners can access thousands of radio stations live from their phone or desktop, will feature as part of UNESCO’s World Radio Day 2020.

  6. Holly Sterling at the book launch

    Holly’s hitting the big time thanks to Karate Kids

    Published on 10 February 2020

    The book is a culmination of years of work for the Lecturer in Illustration

  7. New Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competency course

    Meet the next generation training to give children the best start in life

    Published on 09 February 2020

    The University was selected as part of a national pilot

  8. University's global family

    University of Sunderland's global family

    Published on 06 February 2020

    "Being a global university enriches the learning and lives of all"

  9. Dame Alison Peacock and Professor Lynne McKenna

    VIP visit as University celebrates teaching success

    Published on 06 February 2020

    “We have been training teachers at the University of Sunderland for over 100 years"