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Sunderland Re-Inventing Its Cultural Landscape With Innovative Partnership
Sunderland has been highlighted as a ‘poster child’ for culture-led regeneration at the launch of a new All-Party Parliamentary Group. MPs and cultural leaders from across the North of England heard how the city is reinventing its cultural landscape with an innovative partnership between the council, a charitable trust and...
WInners of the Greggs Challenge 2016, dressed in smart suits, posing with their trophies
The University of Sunderland and popular bakers Greggs have teamed up to encourage student marketing expertise. The University of Sunderland hosted an event on 15th February which saw students demonstrating their marketing skills in front of an audience of regional business people, academics, fellow students and marketing experts. As well as...
Renowned Architect, George Clarke, Shares His Wisdom With Design Students
Architect and television presenter George Clarke surprised Teesside University students by dropping into an online lecture to offer a few words of encouragement. The students from the University’s MIMA School of Art & Design have been working on a multi-disciplinary project to prepare bids for the University Design Challenge, set...
Sunderland University Staff And Students Praised For Uniting Amidst Covid-19
In what has been a year like no other, University leaders today praised students and staff for uniting “like never before”. Sir David Bell, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Sunderland, highlighted the “resilience, commitment and adaptability” shown by the University community during a challenging 12 months. It comes...
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Sunderland University’s impressive record of encouraging and supporting older students has seen it shortlisted for a national award. Sunderland has made the shortlist for the Student Diversity and Widening Participation Category of The Guardian University Awards 2017. Run by The Guardian newspaper, these awards aim to highlight exceptional work by UK...
Recognition For Sunderland's High Quality School Meals!
Sunderland City Council has been recognised for the high quality of its school meals, with a ‘Food for Life Served Here’ Bronze Award. The award, granted by the Soil Association, recognises that the council serves healthy and sustainable meals at primary schools across Sunderland. With studies showing that almost four million...
Sunderland Uni’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing is stepping up its support with essential equipment to help in the fight against the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus. More tests for the Wu-Flu could be done every day on patients’ samples after the University supplied South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with...
International Study At Sunderland University Thrives Despite Covid-19
Covid-19 has had a big impact on international students, with thousands returning home from universities abroad to observe social distancing and study online. However, figures from the University of Sunderland show that, despite the challenges of the last year, international study has not lost its appeal. Throughout the pandemic, the University...
Dr Paul-Alan Armstrong is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Leadership at the University of Sunderland. Paul also has Bipolar Depressive Disorder 2 and here, as part of Disability Awareness Day Week, he describes living and working with the condition. “It is important to be aware that not all...
Online Sessions Helping To Boost Morale Approaching University Mental Health Day On March 4th
“I think when the world feels so chaotic and uncertain, taking that time out for yourself to exercise has such a huge impact on your mental wellbeing, for boosting your spirit and your mood, and just helping you to cope.” That is the message from 21-year-old Team Sunderland Netball President...

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