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Connect magazine

The alumni magazine of the University of Nottingham.


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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!

Research

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Formula for success

Dr Marie-Claire Peakman shares her approach to embracing new opportunities and developing an innovative mindset.

Innovation

Leadership and management

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Believe in you

Sakshi Bansal shares the values which guide her career.

Career advice

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Oar inspiring

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.

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Vice-Chancellor's comment

A message for alumni from Professor Shearer West, our Vice-Chancellor and President.

News and views

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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.

Community

Careers advice

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Ocean life

Dr Andy Cornish shares why shark and ray conservation is vital for our ocean ecosystems.

Alumni interview

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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

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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.

Community

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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.

Community

Featured

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Sea King

How Max Thorpe overcame disaster in the Atlantic Ocean to claim a World Record in the toughest row on Earth.

Connect Magazine

Personal development

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Then & Now - football in the 1960s

A 50 year-old photo of the university football team has rekindled friendships for one Nottingham alumnus

Community

Then and Now

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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!

Community

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Zero room for manoeuvre

The race to meet global climate change targets is being run by some of the university's leading researchers.

Research

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New worlds

Through his beautifully intricate hand-drawn maps, Taiwan-based artist Tom Rook (Geography, 2010) offers a unique perspective on our urban environments.

Features