As excitement builds on Wearside with the arrival of the Tall Ships Races and the opening of a new bridge this summer, a series of lectures will reflect on the historical significance of the River Wear and the ships that have sailed through.
Writing in national journal Manufacturing Management, Dr David Baglee, a Reader in Advanced Maintenance in our Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, gives his thoughts on the UK's manufacturing sector in the coming year.
Less than two years ago Jordan Davison was made redundant from his job as a turner – now the Sunderland engineer is on the verge of graduating with a degree, a new job, and with an idea that could revolutionise his former trade.
Over £1million is being ploughed into our School of Engineering, with the investment expected to deliver more graduates with the high-level skills employers in the manufacturing and engineering sector need.
Less than two years ago Jordan Davison was made redundant from his job as a turner – now the Sunderland engineer is on the verge of graduating with a degree, and with a million pound idea that could revolutionise his former trade.
Two Sunderland students with a passion for engineering and education have been selected for this year’s Sir Tom Cowie Memorial Scholarship Awards receiving £10,000 each to support their academic studies.
SUNDERLAND student Oliver Marsay’s outstanding engineering skills and an exciting university project have led him to being named as the first ever recipient of the William ‘Bill’ Beadnell £10k scholarship prize.