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“I’m so excited to get started, I never thought that one day I'd be going to medical school"
50 student doctors arrive at Sunderland's first ever medical school
"I love the North East and I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather work"
After three years in the making, the new School of Medicine opens its doors
Sunderland’s Childhood Studies programme has welcomed two new academics onto the team who bring with them a wealth of experience working in education and academia.
"Julie and Gayle bring with them many years of professional experience"
Life is about to get good
New academic year, new home, new friends - new life......
Our University has brought to life a Hartlepool schoolgirl’s winning design as part of a national engineering competition.
"Engineering is very much part of the culture and heritage here in the North East"
"Home, family, community – these can be more important than rootless ‘opportunities’ and imagined salary hikes"
Vice Chancellor Sir David Bell on social mobility and the experience of graduates who stay in their region
A group of world leading experts on food safety gathered at the University of Sunderland this week for the North East’s first International Food Safety Culture Conference.
"This unique conference gave an opportunity to learn more about this vital subject from world leading experts"
As part of Heritage Open Days’ 25th birthday, Sunderland Culture will be celebrating the lives of Rebel Women of Sunderland with specially commissioned artworks and stories, and stunning artwork by a recent University of Sunderland graduate.
Graduate artist Kathryn Robertson has joined forces with Sunderland author Jessica Andrews to celebrate Sunderland's Rebel Women