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I am a qualified librarian providing support to staff and students in the the following areas: School of Art, Design and Humanities  School of Health School of Science and Technology.  I have a background in the History of Art and post-graduate qualification in Library and informa...

Hello!  I'm one of our professionally qualified, Academic Liaison Librarians, having joined the University of Suffolk in September 2015.  ...

I am currently in my third year studying BA (Hons) Social Work and I am glad I chose to study at the University of Suffolk. Despite applying for various universities, no other university gave the same impression as Suffolk did. Taking the plunge to get back into studying after worki...

Prior to joining the University of Suffolk in January 2019, Fiona has significant experience in the voluntary sector specialising in working to empower and support culturally diverse communities and marginalised communities in the East of England. She has completed a Bachelor of Civ...

My current role is Library Services Assistant.  I have worked within the Library and Learning Services team since 2014, learning about all aspects of working in a library. I have a Certificate in Education and in 2015 I achieved an MA Arts Practice from the University of Suffolk. ...

I’m studying Early Childhood Studies and automatically you think of primary teaching, but I don’t want to be a teacher. I want to travel and set up schools to help people who are less fortunate than us. Sometimes I look at my life and I think yeah, I’ve had it all.  I’ve al...

I applied for Midwifery but the year before I was due to go, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. I spent five weeks in hospital and had an operation. I was in recovery and started my course in February 2012, but became really unwell again and had to go back in to hospital. ...

I’ve always been the arty, creative one. Where there were flaws and struggles with my dyslexia, I overcame it and tried not to see it as a negative, but as a positive. It was my mum who realised it when I was about five or six. She rang the school who said ‘she’s just lazy’ ...

I’ve been a comic book fan since childhood; every time my Mum went shopping she would pick up The Beano and The Dandy. I knew early on that I wanted to do something with comics. I opened up my own comic book store with my friend when I was 25. It started off in my Mum’s attic as...

I was born in Bucharest, Romania. My school years were not easy; I was about 13/14 years old when my mum got really sick. I was about to go through a difficult exam at the time and my mum wasn’t feeling well…if my dad hadn’t gone to her at that moment, she wouldn’t be here a...

It all started in high school when I studied Design and Technology and worked with resistant materials. That’s when I realised I wanted to go in to engineering. I started off as an apprentice, which was a bit more hands on. It’s quite a diverse industry; I’m studying Operation...

I was in a job that I didn’t 100% enjoy and it wasn’t challenging enough for me, but I didn’t really think about leaving it. It was only when my grandad suddenly passed away that it shocked me into thinking about what I wanted to do with my life. It woke me up in a sense, it m...

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