I am Ani James and I work as a graduate intern in the Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement (PAE) office. On 23 May, I organised my first film fundraiser in support of a very important cause close to my charitable sympathies and academic endeavours (Humanities: War, Conflict and Modernity BA(Hons) and Human Rights MA). My undergraduate degree encouraged an interconnected exploration of current affairs as per historical, social, political and economic implications of war, conflict and modernity. We predominantly focused on mind-sets, events, propaganda politics and bystanderism. Each of these concepts can be identified in current humanitarian crises, including representations and sentiment.
The University of Brighton is working on a project to look at how we can best communicate what it’s like to be a student here. As our alumni, we think that you are the best people to help us with this.
It would really help us if you would take a few minutes to complete a short online survey which asks questions about how you feel about the university, what makes it stand out and how you would describe it to others. The survey is run by external company, Spencer du Bois. No personal data will be collected and your answers will be completely anonymous.
If you are happy to support us in this, please click on this link to take the survey.
Many thanks in advance for your participation!
Brighton alumna Sadie Mason MBE has recently been appointed as Team Manager for Great Britain’s U18 Women’s Basketball Team. Sadie, who is the Chief Executive at Active Sussex, graduated in 1985 with a Sports Science BSc(Hons), then again in 1986 with a Physical Education and Science PGCE, has had a lifelong passion for basketball. Continue reading
Brighton graduate Melanie Smith has reached the semi-finals of the UK’s largest business pitching competition for universities.
Melanie (left, pictured with Holly Price from Santander), who studied graphic communication, is through to the final stages of the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards 2017. She will go head-to-head against students and graduates from eight other universities, pitching her idea to a team of judges from Microsoft, Santander, Middlesex University and social enterprise app MeeTwo.