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Alumni e-newsletter                                 July 2014


That time of year has come round again when we celebrate the success of our students as they graduate and officially welcome them to the alumni community. The sun shone on our latest cohort of graduates, thousands of whom have now left Nottingham to make their way in the world. Earlier this year the University was rated as the number one choice for the country’s top graduate employers and many of our new alumni have been helped to secure top jobs thanks to the contribution of alumni to our widening participation, scholarship, Cascade and e-mentoring programmes.

As the Commonwealth Games are now underway in Glasgow, we’ll be cheering on our current students and alumni taking part in the competition. Congratulations to QMC A&E doctor Rachel Parish (Biochemistry and Genetics 2002) on her bronze in the Women's Double Trap Shooting. Look out for Isobel Pooley representing Team England in the High Jump today and don’t forget that the men’s hockey squad has two alumni representatives in George Pinner and Nick Catlin as well as current student Harry Martin. Good luck to them all.

Best wishes




Genevieve Jackson
Head of Alumni Relations


News

 

Life Cycle 4 races past fundraising target

We’re now aiming to raise £750,000 for Children’s Brain Tumour Research as the Vice-Chancellor and his team prepare for the off. More...

          

Alumni among this year’s honorary graduates

“My Nottingham degree provided me with the perfect training for my career,” says Chairman and Managing Director of Ford of Great Britain, Mark Ovenden. More...

Enterprise Zone status provides more impetus for student start-ups

The government has announced that the University is to become one of the first University Enterprise Zones (UEZ) in the UK helping to create dozens of new high-tech businesses and hundreds of new jobs in the city. More...

Zero carbon ‘HOUSE’ comes home to University Park

Designed and built by students and alumni the zero carbon building has taken its rightful place on Green Close - a ‘living lab’ of seven eco-homes on University Park. More...

Females

Pinpointing the damage alcohol does to the brain

New research by the University’s School of Medicine, has identified, for the first time, the structural damage at a molecular level that excessive alcohol abuse causes to the brain. More...

Friendship the winner at international sporting event

Students from the UK campus retained the University’s Tri-Campus Games trophy but friendship was the real winner – see some great photos from the event here.

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