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Dr Nicholas R. Amor (MA (Oxon), solicitor) is chairman of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History (SIAH). He has a particular interest in late medieval economic and social history. He is author of Late medieval Ipswich: trade and industry and From wool to cloth: the triumph...

Dr Jenny Amos holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Essex, where she also completed both her BA Hons English Language and Linguistics, and MA Hons Sociolinguistics. Specialising in sociolinguistics and phonology, her research focuses on the modelling of language variati...

Paul has more than 25 years of experience of working in the criminal justice field. ...

Liz Anderson completed a four and a half year traditional degree nursing course at St Bartholomew' s Hospital and City University, London. ...

Celia Anderson was born in Cyprus and spent a number of years overseas before going to school in Edinburgh. Following graduation in BSc Human and Neuro-anatomy at Aberdeen University, her working life started with a diverse range of sales posts before moving into agriculture. Study...

Both Pete and Rich have followed a long line of Suffolk History graduates in going on to teaching training so that they can communicate the joys of History to their own students and inspire the next generation. Both took the in-school training route and are now working as teachers ...

"There is a point early in the degree when you begin to view your surrounds with a different perspective. You gain an appreciation for clever designs as well as a critical eye for items less so. Ideas for university briefs and personal projects stemmed from these new perspectives. I...

Aline joined the Student Recruitment Team in 2018. Aline is responsible for the Student Ambassador Scheme, dealing with the day to day requests and work schedules. Aline originally held this position within the Operations team since 2015 and prior to that, Aline worked in Admissions...

I always knew I wanted to be a teacher. I chose this course in particular because of the modules it offered, and the fact that I would be able to progress to teacher training after finishing the course.The best part of studying here for me was the people I met. The friends I made w...

The decision to become a nurse was not one I made lightly.  It was back in 2014, I was 35 years old, married with two daughters and had been working for a high street bank since 1997.  If I’m honest, I had wanted to be a nurse when I left school but for one reason or another I w...

Helen is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at University of Suffolk as well as a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University. Prior to joining University of Suffolk Helen was a Research Associate at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, where ...

Lucie is part of the Waterfront Reception Team. Her main area of responsibility is meeting and greeting all visitors to the Waterfront Building, staffing the University of Suffolk switchboard and helping students and staff with enquiries in the Infozone. Lucie transferred to the uni...

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