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Psychology and Criminology alum returns to inspire current students

Detective Constable Chloe Taylor returned to share her wisdom with current forensic students and about her career so far.

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Animation students work with author to bring books to life.

Roger Cowdrey offered the chance for some of our placement students to create animations for his children’s books, we hear from one of those students about the fantastic experience.

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Want to make a big difference to a student’s life and future career? Become a Momentum Mentor today!

Explore how being an alumni mentor can help students build their confidence, support them with their studies and help them with their future careers.

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Find out about the recent Fine Art Printmaking schools project

The Fine Art Printmaking schools project was recently delivered as 4-day long workshops by Lead Artist/Facilitator Zoe Pritchard.

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Could you mentor one of our current students?

If you work in publishing, film/TV production, animation/graphic design or criminology/psychology and would you like to support a student looking to go into the same area – then we want to hear from you!

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Change Studentship reflection from Rachel Ng – “The Change Studentship has been a real driving force for me to focus on my studies and career development”

The Change Studentship is awarded to an African diaspora, Asian diaspora or ethnically diverse applicant to the Curating Collections and Heritage MA course. It covers postgraduate course fees and travel expenses to access a mentoring programme organised by the university. The studentship is open to those already working in the museums and heritage sector, as…

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Schools project workshop 2022

The Fine Art Printmaking Schools Project

The Fine Art Printmaking Schools Project ran online last year, due to Covid-19.  We are happy to report that this project went ahead again this year, face-to-face in local schools – which was wonderful for our second year Printmaking students and the pupils alike. Local schools involved were BACA and PACA, with the Widening Participation…

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Did you volunteer as a student? We would love to hear about your experience  

Over 800 University of Brighton students take part in community volunteering every year, many through degree-based community engagement projects and placements as part of the curriculum. These activities take place with a diverse range of organisations, from health and social care to arts and heritage, teaching or sports, and can provide students with invaluable experiences…

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A School for Malagiri – recent fundraising

Recently, members of the Malagiri committee have been busy organising fundraising events to support the Malagiri school. Please see below an update on these recent fundraising activities written by Lorraine Harrison. PANGDEAN BIRTHDAY PARTY On 4 November 2021, Jill Munday (a member of the Malagiri Committee) organised a fund-raising event at Pangdean Barn to celebrate…

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Football 4 Peace International – Marking 20 Years

by Dr Gary Stidder, Co-Founder and Deputy Director Football 4 Peace International, Principal Lecturer in Physical Education – University of Brighton, School of Sport and Service Management. On 2 August 2021, Football 4 Peace International celebrates its 20th anniversary. Football 4 Peace International (F4P) has become a multi-dimensional research, education and social engagement platform that…

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