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  1. Flybe

    Pros and cons of keeping Flybe flying high

    Published on 15 January 2020

    “The importance of Flybe as a regional carrier is significant"

  2. Fine Art student Lydia Henley and Senior Technician Hannah Gawne at the Print Club Exhibition

    Bringing traditional skills to a new generation

    Published on 15 January 2020

    A new exhibition is highlighting the work of young artists who are bringing some of the tried and tested skills of traditional printmaking into the modern world.

  3. David Byrne

    Last minute dash as student is reunited with lost art work

    Published on 14 January 2020

    Artist is back on track thanks to Metro staff

  4. University of Sunderland, Sir Tom Cowie Campus

    Announcing our career-focused curriculum

    Published on 13 January 2020

    The University's Board of Governors has endorsed the career-focused and professions-facing approach we are taking to our curriculum.

  5. Daga Dygas

    The long climb to success

    Published on 10 January 2020

    It can be a difficult to achieve the heights of your ambitions, but young North East graduate Daga Dygas has quite literally climbed to the top to reach her career goal.

  6. Student volunteers put through their paces by Northumbria Police

    Police force proves strong with Sunderland students

    Published on 09 January 2020

    Northumbria Police has taken on its first group of student volunteers after striking a unique collaboration with our University, designed to enhance skills and support community policing.

  7. Visiting Professor Austen Atkinson

    Saving the planet and unlocking lost worlds

    Published on 08 January 2020

    Science is the thread that weaves through Austen Atkinson’s remarkable career – from creating fictional worlds for Doctor Who to finding real lost worlds.

  8. The winners of the Take 25 Business Challenge, Together We Thrive

    Cashing in on business skills for charity

    Published on 07 January 2020

    Teams of young students have turned £25 into thousands of pounds for a local charity, as part of an annual business challenge.

  9. Forging links with China

    Forging a productive future

    Published on 07 January 2020

    Our University is forging ahead with collaborative projects alongside China’s biggest food producers and educators interested in our globally recognised food safety research.