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  1. Florian Hildebrand

    Sunderland trained entrepreneur helps keep critical drug supplies going during pandemic

    Published on 24 February 2021

    As supply chains continue to feel the strain under the coronavirus pandemic, a Sunderland Engineering graduate is helping make sure medicine is still being delivered to patients around the world.

  2. Professor of Enterprise, Leaza McSorley

    Professor’s role in build a resilient Britain plan

    Published on 24 February 2021

    Sunderland academic Professor Leaza McSorley has contributed to a report for the Government Office for Science on its Rebuilding a Resilient Britain programme.

  3. Back to the classroom

    Lockdown ease or feeling the squeeze: How will the UK cope in coming months?

    Published on 23 February 2021

    “A return to lockdown really would be the final call for many businesses.”

  4. Katie Stubbs and Declan Marshall

    From Disney to Marvel: lockdown couple put movie magic into new business

    Published on 19 February 2021

    "We’ve been allowed to continue with doorstep performances through lockdown"

  5. 100 years of Pharmacy in Sunderland

    100 years of Pharmacy: University celebrates major milestone

    Published on 18 February 2021

    It is a very special year for the University of Sunderland as staff and students, both past and present, celebrate 100 years of Pharmacy education

  6. Kim McGuinness (Photo by Northumbria Police)

    Police boss praises new policing course after announcing major recruitment drive

    Published on 17 February 2021

    As the pandemic continues to remind us of the importance of our emergency services, the University is helping shape the next generation of police officers

  7. Paul Swinney

    Levelling up and the real North South divide - A Sunderland perspective

    Published on 16 February 2021

    Paul Swinney, Director of Policy at Centre for Cities, will be giving a free online lecture about the challenges and prospects of the Government’s 'levelling up' agenda and what it might mean for his home city of Sunderland.

  8. New degree in response to growing demand for SEND teachers

    New degree supports demand for Special Educational Needs and Disability teachers

    Published on 16 February 2021

    Recruitment is now underway for an innovative new course at The University of Sunderland.

  9. Vaccine roll-out

    Watch our amazing medical students helping the vaccine effort

    Published on 15 February 2021

    “All the patients were extremely grateful for our help"

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