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  1. (L-R) Professor Arabella Plouviez, Lee Hall and Sue Perryman at the University of Sunderland’s virtual production studio

    Major technology refresh underway at University

    Published on 18 May 2022

    “This is about giving students the tools to experiment and make great content as well as gain experience with cutting edge technology”

  2. REF results 2021

    Ratings reveal quality of research at Sunderland

    Published on 18 May 2022

    "Today’s results recognise the outstanding effort, wide contribution and continuing success of our research-focused academics"

  3. James Rowe interviewing Sam Ryder

    Sunderland student interviews Eurovision superstar Sam Ryder

    Published on 17 May 2022

    James Rowe has interviewed some of the biggest names from the world of Eurovision for his podcast

  4. Uzbekistan partnership

    From Uzbekistan to Sunderland: Unique partnership created to help improve lives

    Published on 16 May 2022

    “Over the next few years, we will see Uzbek students coming to Sunderland to study"

  5. International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

    The thin pink line

    Published on 15 May 2022

    University academic and activist speaks out on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

  6. Professor Scott Wilkes

    Leading GP reveals how Sunderland’s medical school is tackling UK doctor shortage

    Published on 11 May 2022

    The Head of the University’s School of Medicine has spoken at a Parliamentary committee hearing

  7. Professor Yitka Graham

    Obesity stigma: A barrier to life-saving cancer screening services

    Published on 11 May 2022

    People living with obesity are failing to access vital cancer screening services over fears of stigma and judgement, a University of Sunderland study reveals

  8. Su Devine at her 'Curios of the Mind' exhibition

    Student's art exhibition to tackle mental health stigma

    Published on 11 May 2022

    “Too long we have suffered the stigma and the only way to break that is to get people talking”

  9. Struggling families find hope in support network

    Research: Struggling families find hope in support network

    Published on 10 May 2022

    Review reveals the “positive” impact of Family Group Conferencing in Sunderland

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