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Donor Newsletter 2018

Our annual Donor newsletter highlights the the work of the Development Trust supported by the University's Development Office.

Over the last year we have awarded over £100,000 in the form of 65 scholarships which have provided life changing experiences and opportunities to our students.

We offer our most sincere thanks to our donors for their continued generosity to the various scholarships available through the University of Sunderland's Development Trust.

Donor News

Keep up to date with the latest donor news. Here you can see how your contributions to the University have helped students to have a life changing experience.

Adam Phillips, Deborah Bower and Joe Woodhouse

Teaching team wins top award

A chance to create, collaborate, inspire and explore all difference aspects of art and design has won a team from the University of Sunderland a top award. Foundation Press was launched by UoS academics Joe Woodhouse, Adam Phillips and Deborah Bower. Much of their work was supported by the Robson Real World Fund.

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Hiking North East Project

Hiking North East Project

A fund set up to help students enhance and enrich their experience at the University of Sunderland helped the Institute of Sport deliver a new a ‘Hiking North East’ activity.

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Surgeons Museum Visit

Surgeons' Hall Museum

Adult Nursing Practice students and academic staff were able to attend the Surgeons’ Hall Museum in Edinburgh and learn more about pathological anatomy thanks to support from the Silver Fund.

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Alarna Moles

Alarna Moles

MA Radio student Alarna Moles’ successful application to the Fund had identified a new area of training at the centre using the DJ equipment, which would support students across all media degrees in areas such as learning, live editing and playlisting. 

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Nick Lee

Nick Lee

Nick Lee, who is in the second year of his MPharm Pharmacy degree was awarded the Hope Winch Benevolence Scholarship. The fund made a huge difference to him, allowing more him more time to concentrate on his Uni work. 

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Rhoda Jacob

Rhoda Jacob

The Excellence Scholarship provided mother of two Rhoda Jacob the necessary financial support that allowed her to focus on her studies. Before receiving the scholarship Rhoda had been under a lot of pressure juggling her family life, being a single parent to two children, and working and studying full-time.

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