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September 2022 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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University of Exeter business graduate brews up his own recipe for success

A University of Exeter Business School graduate is set to embark on his latest entrepreneurial venture to help independent craft breweries improve their online sales.

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History graduate helps create poignant film on 50th anniversary of Ugandan migration

The experience of being forced to leave Uganda is the subject of a poignant new short film involving a history graduate and her grandmother.

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Exeter alumna wins top prize at RHS Tatton Park

Alumna and garden designer Rachel Platt (Geography, 2018) has been awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s coveted People’s Choice Best Young Designer award at RHS Tatton Park for her first show garden titled ‘The Covid Recovery Garden’. 

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Former University of Exeter medical student selected to join the prestigious Healthcare Leadership Academy scholars programme

A former medical student from the University of Exeter has been selected to join the Healthcare Leadership Academy (HLA) Scholars programme - a prestigious scholarship set up to develop and nurture healthcare leaders of the future.

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Innovative Exeter Student start-up set to shape the future of Artificial Intelligence

A duo from the University of Exeter Business School have today (Thursday August 11) launched the next generation of bias detection software for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) systems.

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Teaching in China

Alumnus Rob Burton shares his experiences of how his PhD in Sociology from Exeter has helped his career in China.

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Seeking kelp for sustainable snacks – alumnae found High Tide Seaweed

Alumnae Flo Taylor and Beth Joseph-Horne (Biosciences, 2015) met during their studies and connected over surfing, a passion for seaweed, and a desire to help the state of our oceans. After graduating they founded High Tide Seaweed, a women-led company which aims to show the potential of seaweed as a sustainable food source.

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Like mother like daughter for Claire and Natasha - who graduated 40 years apart from the same university

When Claire Cooper graduated in 1982 she couldn’t have imagined she’d be back in the same building exactly four decades later – this time watching her daughter Natasha have the same joyful experience.

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Alumna Bethan Mann reflects on her studies at Exeter and career

Hear from alumna Bethan Mann (BSc Criminology, 2020 and MSc Social Data Science, 2021) about her pathway to becoming a data scientist.

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Exeter alumnus awarded MBE for services to homelessness

Ed Walker, Exeter alumnus and founder of a homelessness charity in Peterborough, has been appointed MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

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Researcher wins L’Oreal Women in Science fellowship for work on environmental impact of hunting by cats

A recent PhD graduate is one of six scientists to receive a prestigious L’Oreal Women in Science fellowship.

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Student projects supported by the Alumni Annual Fund

A wide range of projects are supported by the Alumni Annual Fund every year which recently included workshops as part of the University of Exeter’s first Festival of Compassion and the Shotgun Theatre’s performance of Company who, in the 2020-21 and 2021-22 round respectively, received funding to help their projects.

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Alumnus Justin Goad continues his support of students

Alumnus Justin Goad continues his support of students learning Arabic through the Alexandria Poetry Declamation Prize.

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Alumni support to new Law100 Scholarship Fund

Law students from underrepresented backgrounds will be able to benefit from a new initiative to be launched by the University of Exeter and supported by Exeter alumni.

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Inaugural Natural Sciences networking event

On Friday 18 March we held our first Natural Sciences alumni event, arranged in partnership with the NatSci student society, and ably organised by its Secretary, current NatSci student Elise Hobson.

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Careers in Social Care, Science and Healthcare

On Thursday 31 March, five Biosciences and Psychology alumni came back to Exeter for a ‘Careers in Social Care, Science and Healthcare’ careers event.

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Virtual Masterclass delivered by alumna for BA Communications students

Flexible Combined Honours alumna Megan Hallinan delivered an incredibly insightful masterclass virtually to students on the University’s new BA Communications programme.

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Alumni support the next generation of publishers and authors

After being postponed since 2020 due to COVID-19, we were finally able to hold our much anticipated ‘Working in Publishing and Writing’ event on campus this March. We were joined by three of our esteemed alumni who have all forged extremely successful careers within the Publishing and Writing world.

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Alumni donations support student-led initiatives

Thanks to the generosity of donors each year, the Alumni Annual Fund is able to support a vast range of projects, from academic conferences to new sports kit, staging student plays to charity initiatives.

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June 22 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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Alumnus John Wiseman reflects on his studies at Exeter and career in Criminal Justice

Alumnus John Wiseman (BPhil Social Work, 1981) has worked in Criminal Justice for more than 40 years now and here he reflects on his studies at Exeter and career.

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Exeter alumna brings production back to Northcott Theatre

Actor and Director Emma Kilbey (English, 1989) is returning to Exeter this summer as part of the tour of her latest show.

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Award success for ‘healthy’ chocolate business

A climate conscious confectionary business based in St Austell has won two coveted Free From Food Awards after receiving support from the University of Exeter, Cornwall Student Start-up programme.

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Alumni Annual Fund supports establishment of first Roundnet Society

A wide range of projects are supported by the Alumni Annual Fund every year which includes sport clubs and societies such as the establishment of the first University of Exeter Roundnet Society who in the 2020-21 round received funding to help with necessary equipment to start their Society.

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2022 Volunteers of the Year named!

After a tough decision making process, the Alumni Volunteers of the Year for 2022 have been announced.

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Exeter alumna develops mobile game to slay everyday sexism

Alumna Hannah Wood (PhD English, 2017), Founder and Creative Director at south west creative studio, Story Juice, is developing a new feminist punk augmented reality game, The Glass Ceiling Games.

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A husband-and wife emergency medicine doctor team row around Great Britain soon after completing epic Atlantic row

Married Emergency Medicine Doctors have begun a new challenge rowing around Great Britain for charity just three months after completing an epic 3,000-mile row across the Atlantic. 

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Alumnus gifts Medicine students £30 food delivery, to boost morale ahead of exams

Medicine students at the University of Exeter have been offered a £30 food delivery voucher to spend, thanks to a generous donation from an Exeter alumnus.

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Exeter alumna becomes finalist in the RHS Young Designer competition at Tatton Park

Alumna and garden designer Rachel Platt (Geography, 2018) has been picked from hundreds of applications across the country to build her first show garden titled ‘The Covid Recovery Garden’ at Tatton Park in July. 

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Be inspired... Politics alumni talk and celebration event

On Thursday 31 March 2022, students from the Politics department met together for an end of term celebration and inspiring talk from alumnus Tom Bonsundy-O’Bryan (BA Politics & International Relations 2013). During the day everyone had been hard at work handing in assignments, but at 6pm the Alumni Lecture Theatre filled up with students from all years, studying a variety of Politics related courses to hear Tom speak. 

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April 22 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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How I became a football analyst

Alumnus Josh Brown (Politics, Philosophy and Economics 2020) tells us here about his role as Academy Analyst, AFC Bournemouth and offers some tips to others interested in this field.  

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Catching up with alumnus Issa Belmond Thullah

Alumnus Issa Belmond Thullah (MA Applied Security and Strategy, 2020) is a Security Analyst and Manager of the National Situation Room at the Office of National Security in Sierra Leone. Here he tells us what he most enjoyed about studying the MStrat and what he is doing now.

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Thank you to our Medical School fundraisers!

Ryan Salmon and alumna Sarah Collard (Economics and Geography, 2008) have recently organised fundraising activity to support vital research at the University of Exeter Medical School, raising funds to support neonatal diabetes and cancer research respectively.

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Sparkling success for Exeter father and daughter at luxury jewellers

Exeter alumni Michael and Honour Wainwright talk about working together at Boodles.

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Dr Rebecca Flemming is the University of Exeter’s first A. G. Leventis Chair in Ancient Greek Scientific and Technological Thought

Dr Rebecca Flemming has been appointed as the first University of ExeterA. G. Leventis Chair in Ancient Greek Scientific and Technological Thought.

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Catching up with alumna Rachel Houseago

Alumna Rachel Houseago (MA in Middle East & Islamic Studies, 2017) runs her own business coaching international lawyers with English as a second language, to help them communicate effectively with clients and secure future career opportunities by improving their  English communication skills. Here she shares her career insights.

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Lady Mireille Gillings to Open Neuroimaging Centre

Global business leader and philanthropist Lady Mireille Gillings, PhD, will officially open the cutting-edge new imaging centre which bears her name on International Women’s Day (March 8).

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Catching up with alumnus Craig Browne

Alumnus Craig Browne (Arabic and Middle East Studies, 2013) works with the World Food Programme and recently set up a language school in Tunisia with his wife. Here he reflects on using a degree in Arabic & Middle East Studies including the skills and experiences it gave him in his career.

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Exeter’s “home-grown” medical scientist: From school research project to major study lead

He got his first exposure to the Exeter labs at the age of just 17, and now Merlin Davies is the lead author of a major research paper that attracted media attention around the globe.

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Author, actor and soldier Richard Lyntton gives inspirational example of the power of languages at University of Exeter event

Actor, author and soldier Richard Lyntton showed how he is an inspirational example of the power of learning languages at a University of Exeter event. In a varied career he used his language skills when serving in the Yugoslav civil war and acting in films such as Creed and The Equalizer.

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Married emergency medicine doctors finish first out of mixed pairs in Atlantic rowing challenge

A husband-and wife emergency medicine doctor team have landed in the Carribean after rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic as the first ever married couple to participate in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge (TWAC). 

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Alumna achieves Circular Economy success with cardboard waste scheme

Exeter alumna Lauren Sadler (MSc Sustainable Development, 2015), helped to prevent 10 million cardboard boxes from going to waste in 2021 by encouraging giants of the manufacturing world to divert their used boxes to reuse.

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Alumni Annual Fund funding makes student projects a reality

A wide range of projects are supported by the Alumni Annual Fund every year which includes student societies and sport clubs such as the Exeter University Polo Club and the Exeter University Surf Club as well as projects like the Exefactor talent competition who all in the 2020-21 round recieved funding to help their projects.

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Launch of the Race Equity Alumni Advisory Board.

The University of Exeter is launching a new Alumni Board, and would welcome member applications from across the alumni community, and from around the world. 

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Life at Exeter in the 1950s

By Dr Pat Cryer (Maths and Physics, 1960)

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Jan 22 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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Alumni shortlisted for the British Council Study UK Alumni Awards 2021-22

Six University of Exeter alumni have been shortlisted in this year's British Council Study UK Alumni Awards in various categories. 

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First degree apprentices graduate from the University of Exeter

The first degree apprentices have graduated from the University of Exeter.

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Alumnus made Member of the Order of Australia

Exeter alumnus Robert Estcourt (MA Finance & Investment, 1973) was this year recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list and awarded a Member of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the financial management sector.

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Exeter Extreme Medicine graduates heading off to 3,000 mile Atlantic row as first married couple

This Sunday, two University of Exeter graduates in Extreme Medicine will head off to tackle a 3,000 mile row across the Atlantic as the first ever married couple to race in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge (TWAC). 

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Dec 2021 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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Alumna's social enterprise helps women in Kenya

Exeter alumna and current masters student, Sarah Habib (International Relations, 2021), is working with other students and graduates to support women in Kenya through a new social enterprise.

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Catching up with alumna Sophia Adey

Alumna Sophia Adey (Politics and International Relations with Study Abroad, 2019) works as a student midwife at the University of East Anglia. Here she reflects on the highlights of her studies at Exeter and the skills and experiences it gave her in her chosen career.

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Disney supports Exeter lobster conservation project

A programme to protect the Caribbean spiny lobster is being launched thanks to a $50,000 donation from the Disney Conservation Fund.

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Exeter launches Green Futures Scholarships

Talented students from low-to-middle-income countries will study at the University of Exeter thanks to new Green Futures Scholarships.

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Tributes paid after death of creator of revolutionary Exeter hip, a global success story

Heartfelt tributes are being paid to a pioneering University of Exeter engineer who co-created an implant that has revolutionised hip replacements for millions.

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Alumni set up new student exclusive carpooling app

James Campion (BSc Economics and Politics, 2020) and William Line (BSc Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 2020) have partnered up with University of Bath graduate, William Hughes, to launch STAXY, the first student-exclusive ridesharing app which aims to save students money whilst reducing their carbon footprint.

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Oppenheimer Generations Research and Conservation partner with University of Exeter in £2.3 million programme to support environmental leadership in Africa

A six-year programme to research land management and ecosystem resilience in Africa was initiated in October 2021 thanks to philanthropic support from the Oppenheimer Generations Research and Conservation.

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Sept 2021 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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Alumna provides sustainable alternative to fast fashion

Alumna Frankie Theakston (Mathematics, 2017) and her sister Nicole are taking on the fast fashion industry with their new app encouraging clothes swapping.

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Students interact with folk music artists thanks to Alumni Annual Fund support

Thousands of alumni and supporters of the University of Exeter help current students through generous donations to the Alumni Annual Fund, by giving gifts of time or money in order to enhance the student experience.

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University of Exeter Paralympians aiming for glory in Tokyo

University of Exeter Alumna are aiming for glory at the Tokyo Paralympics having combined their studies with international sporting commitments.

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Housebuilder funds climate study into future of home construction

Vistry Group, a top five national housebuilder, is funding research at the University of Exeter to explore the impact of climate change on homes and housebuilding in the future.

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Exeter Extreme Medicine graduates to tackle 3,000 mile Atlantic row as first married couple

Two University of Exeter graduates in Extreme Medicine are preparing to tackle a 3,000 mile row across the Atlantic as the first ever married couple to race in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge (TWAC). 

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Catching up with alumna Megan Rhodes

Alumna Megan Rhodes (BSc Sociology and Criminology, 2020) works as an eVOLve Project Coordinator at JLGB, and here tells us what she’s been doing since graduating and reflects on the highlights of her studies at Exeter and the skill and experiences it gave her.

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Alumni support helps LGBTQ+ society reach more students

The student society LGBTQ+ and Law Exeter was founded in March 2019 to create a community of students (with a law or non-law background) who are interested in pursuing a legal career, supporting their journeys, and providing networking opportunities with other LGBTQ+ legal professionals.

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University of Exeter recognised for “financial lifeline” support for students during coronavirus pandemic

The University of Exeter has been recognised for offering a financial lifeline and practical support for students facing hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic

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How my PGCE at Exeter helped guide my author journey

Here Alumna Sophie Kirtley traces how her learning at Exeter and experiences as a teacher inform her writing for children.

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Twin doctors graduate from Exeter together after training during pandemic

Twin brothers Adam and Jack Tremlett have defied the odds by graduating in Medicine at the University of Exeter together.

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Catching up with alumnus Joshua Clarke

Here Joshua tells us what he’s been doing since graduating and reflects on the highlights of his studies at Exeter and the skill and experiences it gave him

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New CPR manikin for the Exeter University First Aid Society thanks to alumni support

A wide range of projects are supported by the Alumni Annual Fund every year which includes student societies such as Exeter University First Aid Society who in the 2020-21 round received funding to purchase an advanced CPR manikin for their group.

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Alumnus pens book about life in Russia

Craig Ashton (German and Russian, 2005) has published a book in Russian about his experiences living and working in St Petersburg since graduation.

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Support for students impacted by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected students in many ways including financially, emotionally and practically in terms of their learning. Our supporter community has provided support for impacted students in several ways through their generous donations. You can read about several of these stories online. Thank you for your support.

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Alumni funding to support research in to the relationship between COVID-19 and ageing

PhD student, Merlin Davies (Medical Studies, 2020) is the recipient of a generous gift from an anonymous donor which has enabled his PhD looking at the relationship between COVID-19 and ageing to be fully funded.

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Santander Universities UK support entrepreneurial talent

Alumnus Quinn Leatherbarrow-Stokes (Business Management with Industrial Experience, 2020) spent lockdown launching his own business QWERTY Beer Box, bringing together craft beers from local brewers in regional ‘best of’ collections to provide regionally focused independent craft beer experiences. The SETsquared Exeter Student Startup Team have provided advice and mentorship to Quinn, and he secured funding for his business  through the generous support of Santander Universities UK.

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Continued support for Widening Participation Scholarships

Alumnus Mark Waghorn (Law, 1988) established two scholarships in 2017, named after his parents, to support individuals coming from low income backgrounds to study at Exeter.

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PhD students researching forest degradation and recovery are funded by the A.G. Leventis Foundation

Two complementary PhD studentships have been funded thank to donations from long-term University of Exeter supporters, The A.G. Leventis Foundation.

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Alumni donate £20,000 to support students affected by the pandemic

In partnership with its alumni community, the University created the Success for All Fund, set up to support students experiencing unexpected financial challenges. Since March 2020 the University has provided financial support in the form of rent rebates, payments for IT equipment, travel bursaries and assistance for other unexpected bills. Over £1million has been disbursed amongst the student community.

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A day in the life with alumna Gemma Joyce

Here Gemma Joyce (Philosophy and Sociology, 2015) shares 'a day in the life' of her work as Senior Content Manager at Brandwatch a digital consumer intelligence company.

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Catching up with alumnus Sam Jackson

Here Sam (BA Philosophy with advanced proficiency in French - 2016) tells us what he’s been doing since graduating and reflects on the highlights of his studies at Exeter and the skills and experiences it gave him.

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Exeter achieves global top 150 status in influential rankings

The University of Exeter has broken into the top 150 in the QS World University Rankings for the first time.  

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2021 Volunteers of the Year named!

After a tough decision making process, the Alumni Volunteers of the Year for 2021 have been announced.

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Catching up with alumna Aastha Tyagi

Here Aastha Tyagi (International Relations with Study Abroad, 2017) tells us what she’s been doing since graduating and reflects on the highlights of her studies at Exeter and the skills and experiences it gave her.

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Catching up with Mehmet Yilmazo

Mehmet Yilmazo (Master of Public Administration, 2015) is Group Director of HR & Strategy, Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA) in Istanbul, Turkey. Here he reflects on the highlights of his time at Exeter and how the skills and experiences it gave him have helped in him in his career to date.   

 

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English alumna wins distinguished literary prize

University of Exeter alumna Ruth Gilligan (PhD English, 2014) has won the 2021 Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize for her book The Butchers. This annual prize of £10,000 is awarded for a distinguished work of fiction, non-fiction or poetry, evoking the spirit of a place.

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Two of our new alumni reflect on graduating early and joining the NHS during a pandemic

We recently caught up with alumni Owen Rhys Foster and Molly Dineen, who opted to graduate from the College of Medicine and Health early to join the fight against COVID-19, to find out what graduating early and joining the NHS during a pandemic has been like.

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Students produce new EP thanks to Alumni Annual Fund support

A wide range of projects are supported by the  Alumni Annual Fund every year which includes students societies such as the University of Exeter's award-winning, all-male a cappella group ‘Semi-Toned’ who in the 2020-21 round received funding to support the recording and release of their new EP: Infrared.

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Alumnus supports some of China’s brightest students to study at Exeter

A new scholarship fund to support Chinese PhD students during their time at Exeter has been launched thanks to alumnus James Goulding, founder of investment management company LimeTree Capital Partners, which has offices across China.

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Alumni in China Share Employability Insights

The Exeter China Alumni Association (ECAA) organised their annual employability events during March and April, where alumni and student guests benefitted from networking and hearing interactive career presentations from alumni across different sectors.

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International Alumni Communities Reunite

Volunteers and alumni network groups around the world were brought together throughout the first half of this year in networking reunions, many using virtual platforms to match alumni and student guests for an interactive and fun experience.  

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Exeter alumni recognised with New Year Honours

Congratulations to the Exeter alumni and Honorary Graduates who were honoured in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours earlier this year.

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Medical School alumnus awarded prize for ‘Excellent Medical Education’

Alumnus Dominic Proctor (MSc Clinical Education, 2019) has won the undergraduate category in the ‘Excellent Medical Education’ Programme.

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Earth Day event to explore how finance sector can help save the planet

University of Exeter academics and business leaders will explore how the finance sector can save the planet in a special documentary screening and panel event for Earth Day on 22 April.

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April 2021 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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Alumnus involved in prestigious prize win for ‘the Spotify playlist for learning’

Alumnus George Cowell (BA Hons Geography, 2008) is International Director at Rising Academies which has recently won a $90,000 prize in Schmidt Futures Tools Competition with their project proposal of an AI powered chatbot tutor called Rising On Air Interactive, or “Rori” for short. The chatbot is designed to support students from around the world who have had learning harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Exeter Telethon breaks records with fundraising

The University of Exeter’s spring telethon has raised a record £226,513, an increase of more than £60,000 over the past highest total.

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University of Exeter entrepreneur brings traditional Italian dishes to UK homes

Pasta Evangelists was founded in 2016 by Exeter alumnus Alessandro Savelli (Business Economics, 2002).

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Alumnus treats Exeter Medicine students to £30 food delivery, to boost wellbeing during pandemic

Thanks to a generous donation from Exeter alumnus Mr David Higgins (Law 1990), all 913 Medicine (BMBS programme) students at the University of Exeter have been offered a £30 voucher to spend at one of three food retailers.

 

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Alumna releases debut single 'Wild Ocean' for first album

Alumna Victoria Halliburton (Fine Art and English, 2000) is a teacher, painter and also known as the musician Drawn Tide. She has just released a new music single ‘Wild Ocean’ an eclectic mix of ambient vocals, rap and downtempo instrumentals, from her upcoming first fully produced album ‘Archive’.

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Alumna shares memories of Exeter

Alumna Marcelle Hoff (French and German, 1981) founded specialist travel company Expressions Holidays in 1989. She shares some of her memories from her time at Exeter and how it helped her career.

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Academics congratulate “brilliant first-class” Oscar-nominated alumna

Oscar-nominated University of Exeter alumna Vanessa Kirby was a “genuinely brilliant first-class student”, her lecturers have said.

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Exeter alumnus to help restore natural ecosystems as part of pioneering internship

A University of Exeter graduate will help restore natural ecosystems as part of a “rewilding” internship.

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Alumnus launches new brand of alcoholic sparkling water

Alumnus James Smith (Economics, 2020) and his brother Rob started their drinks business while James was still a student at the University of Exeter.

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A. G. Leventis Foundation funds new Chair in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Exeter

Classics teaching and research at the University of Exeter will benefit for years to come, thanks to additional support from the A. G. Leventis Foundation.

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Exeter alumnus appointed Youth Mental Health Ambassador

Exeter alumnus Dr Alex George (Medicine, 2015) has been appointed as a Youth Mental Health Ambassador to advise government and raise the profile of mental health education and wellbeing in schools

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University of Exeter students affected by coronavirus given £1 million in hardship and emergency funds

The University of Exeter has distributed £1m in hardship and emergency funding to students most significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Alumnus helps provide IT solutions for COVID-19 testing and booking websites

Alumnus Laurence Leach (Engineering, 2003) has been working as the lead architect on the new NHS COVID-19 national testing and booking websites with the company ACF Technologies where he is Technical Director. We recently caught up with him to find out what the experience has been like.

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Motion sensitivity research could benefit people with inner ear condition

Research into motion sensitivity could lead to improved rehabilitation programmes and an improvement in building designs for people with a rare inner ear condition that affects their balance

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Jan 2021 - Celebrating our Alumni authors

 Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.

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