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The alumni magazine of the University of Nottingham.
Issue 1 - 2015 | Issue 2 - 2016 | Issue 3 - 2017 | Issue 4 - 2018 | Issue 5 - 2019 | Issue 6 - 2020 | Issue 7 - 2021 | Issue 8 - 2022
She's a jolly good fellow
Four of our outstanding research fellows share their inspiration and give a little insight into what makes them tick!
Formula for success
Dr Marie-Claire Peakman shares her approach to embracing new opportunities and developing an innovative mindset.
Leadership and management
Believe in you
Sakshi Bansal shares the values which guide her career.
Time spent at university can create passions that last a lifetime. Peter Taylor (Chemistry, 1958) hopes to inspire today’s students with a generous – if somewhat unusual – gift.
A message for alumni from Professor Shearer West, our Vice-Chancellor and President.
News and views
Day in the life of: Richard Munang
Richard Munang shares a typical day in his life as Deputy Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Africa.
Dr Andy Cornish shares why shark and ray conservation is vital for our ocean ecosystems.
Then and Now: Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam
Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam shares his recollections of time as a student at Nottingham and life on campus today.
Then and Now
A Guiding Light to Ghana
As a young man growing up in Ghana, Dr Eric Gyan (Cancer Immunology and Biotechnology, 2011) had a dream to become a physician. But only thanks to the university’s international scholarship programme and the generosity of alumni donors was this dream able to become a reality.
A legacy of learning
Find out how the generosity of one couple, who met at Nottingham, is helping students with autism prepare for life on campus.
How Max Thorpe overcame disaster in the Atlantic Ocean to claim a World Record in the toughest row on Earth.
Then & Now - football in the 1960s
A 50 year-old photo of the university football team has rekindled friendships for one Nottingham alumnus
Rock of Ages
This year we asked you to share your formative gig-going experiences, both on and off campus – here’s a selection of the best!
Zero room for manoeuvre
The race to meet global climate change targets is being run by some of the university's leading researchers.
Through his beautifully intricate hand-drawn maps, Taiwan-based artist Tom Rook (Geography, 2010) offers a unique perspective on our urban environments.