Nominations for the 2020 #ARUAlumniAwards are OPEN!
Do you know an exceptional ARU graduate who's made a difference and should be recognised for it?
Refugee Week 2019! 🙋♀️
Join us next Wedneday, 19th June, as #ARU alumnus Hameeda Hussaini shares the story of her journey from Afghanistan to the UK.
For more information and to book, visit: http://arul.ink/from-afghanistan-to-the-uk?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=Anglia%20Ruskin%20University
#ARUProud of MBA alumnus Dr. Carsten Mahrenholz who's achieved great things.
Since graduating from the Anglia Ruskin Business School with an MBA in 2008, 👨🎓 Carsten co-founded the COLDPLASMATECH GmbH team in 2015 and became a pioneer in plasma medicine. 👏
In 2018 he won the #ARUAlumni Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
What could you achieve?
Ever felt truly inspired by one of your lecturers? Tanya, joint winner of the Young Alumni of the Year talks about her inspirational tutor.
‘Of course, I want to thank Anglia Ruskin, and I really must thank Pauline Kingston… She really was the most inspirational tutor and she probably doesn’t know this, but I really hold my whole nursing career to her’.
Tune into BBC Radio 4's 'Listening Project', tomorrow, Wednesday at 10.55am, where Asante Boyce, Criminology and Sociology graduate, and her sister discuss the challenges of finding the right shade of make-up.
Asante's podcast draws on her BA dissertation on how black and mixed-race women in Britain negotiate the feminist ideal of 'sisterhood' in their everyday lives.
#ARUProud of alumnus and award-winning sculptor Ian Wolter.
Ian was commissioned to create a bronze bust of Eglantyne Jebb to mark 100 years of Save the Children.
His work was unveiled at the Royal Albert Hall last week.