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Sarah joined the University of Suffolk in January 2016, initially gaining experience within Admissions and Registry before taking on her current role within Market Research and Development. Sarah provides market research to inform the activity of the Student Recruitment and Outreach...

Before I was diagnosed with cervical cancer, I was a support worker for adults with learning difficulties. I had to stop when I got ill and when I came out the other side, I couldn’t return due to the after effects. I still wanted to do something, so I started working at Big C can...

I am the Copyright and Research Information Advisor within learning services.  I have been in this position for the last 3 years.  I previously worked as a library assistant at the university (starting in 2004) I assist academics in producing digitised learning materials for their...

Olumide is a Research Fellow at the University of Suffolk. She has a cross-disciplinary research experience straddling both economics and sociology. Her core specialisms are in applying economic and sociological methods in the fields of domestic abuse, social exclusion, health equi...

Dr David Atkins joined the University of Suffolk in autumn of 2018 as Lecturer in Psychology for the School of Psychology and Education. Teaching Undergraduate Diverse Patterns of Development This module provides an introduction to the study of atypical development in children. It e...

My parents split when I was aged one and a half; my dad wasn’t around much and my mum got primary custody of me. She used to take me to stately homes and National Trust places for days out when I was younger and I realised I enjoyed history. I decided to take it at A Level and I f...

Aemilia graduated from the University of Reading in 2010 with a BA (Hons) English Literature. During her time at Reading, Aemilia worked as Student Ambassador. Her career path after university includes working in admissions at Anglia Ruskin and at Cambridge (Gonville and Caius Col...

We are often told follow our passions to get a great job or to earn lots of money. However, life can be more than that; we should focus more on what we can do for other people. I came to understand that following my passion is not enough for a happy life, it’s actually by helpi...

I was told in high school that I would never make it to university because of my dyslexia. They told me to find more practical routes or something hands-on, like construction. I was going through testing at school for my dyslexia, but the person who was doing my testing left, so I h...

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