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Thanks to the support of Newcastle University's alumni and friends, Lisa Hanley (LLB Honours 2014) is ready for her dream career. We find out about her time at Newcastle and being part of the Annual Fund's award-winning Phonathon team.
In this centenary year of the First World War, the personal stories of those associated with the University who lost their lives are being rediscovered and retold through a unique and fascinating project.
The Future Fund campaign has taken significant steps closer to its goal of establishing a specialist children's cancer research facility at the University thanks to the support of famous faces including Dame Margaret Barbour, Bill Bryson and Mark Knopfler.
AlumNews is pleased to introduce you to members of the Alumni Consultative Group - the elected group of alumni ambassadors who will be working hard on your behalf.
A Newcastle Graduate's interactive app is bowling over the competition. Professional cricket coaching apps designed by Sam Eaton (BSc Marketing 2011) and his brother Joe are revolutionising the sport for thousands around the globe.
Dr David Snowdon's (PhD SELS 2008) book about the literary contribution made by pugilistic writer Pierce Egan has won the British Society of Sports History’s Lord Aberdare Literary Prize.
A record number of players teed off at this year's annual alumni golf tournament, the Walton Salver, on Sunday 31 August.
Sue Bevan (BSc Hons Zoology 1979), Deputy Chair of the ACG, reviews Tristan Gooley's Sunday Times bestselling book on reading the natural world. And find out how to win a copy!
Our Big Market package has recently expanded following the addition of four new graduate businesses; each offering fellow Newcastle graduates a special discount.
The Education UK Alumni Awards honour the outstanding achievements made by business professionals, entrepreneurs and community leaders who can demonstrate how their UK education has impacted on their subsequent success.
Thirty five years after graduating, student life came full circle for the German & French Graduates of 1979 at their 35th Anniversary Reunion. Andrew Craig reports back.