1. #MadeAtUni

    Changing the world one step at a time with #MadeAtUni

    Published on 06 December 2018

    Today Sunderland joins the UK-wide campaign aiming to show how universities are making a real difference to our everyday lives.

  2. Mayor of Saint-Nazaire visits AMAP

    Engineering a French connection

    Published on 06 December 2018

    A French delegation, led by the Mayor of Saint-Nazaire, has visited our University’s advanced manufacturing and engineering facilities as part of a city-wide tour.

  3. Graduate Anthony Anderson

    Graduate discovers award winning path to education after trauma

    Published on 05 December 2018

    “My attackers made me a victim for the 20 minutes they beat me – they weren’t going to make me a victim for the rest of my life”

  4. Principal Lecturer Kathryn Davison

    Sunderland pharmacy academic’s board role

    Published on 04 December 2018

    Principal Lecturer and Team Leader in Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Therapeutics, Kathryn Davison, has been appointed to the Board of Assessors at the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).

  5. Kim Fletcher, chairman of the NCTJ, and Sky News' Sarah Hewson, congratulate Joe Nicholson

    Back of the net for Sunderland graduate Joe

    Published on 03 December 2018

    He beat an impressive shortlist of candidates to the award

  6. Lecturer Colin Rennie

    Sunderland lecturer named “Visionary Tutor of the Year”

    Published on 03 December 2018

    Inspiring lecturer scoops award after student nomination

  7. Irene Lucas

    Class of 2018: Visionary business leader honored

    Published on 30 November 2018

    Irene Lucas has been made an Honorary Doctor of Business Administration.

  8. Leanne Smith

    Class of 2018: History repeating itself

    Published on 30 November 2018

    Graduate Leanne Smith has been awarded the top Masters prize for her history research just a year after scooping best undergraduate dissertation on a forgotten aspect of the North East’s social history.

  9. Anas Mahmoud Ahmed Disi

    Class of 2018: Great Scott - a mind like no other

    Published on 30 November 2018

    A boy born in Bethlehem on Christmas Day has achieved the highest mark ever awarded to a student graduating from an English course at the University of Sunderland.