Andrew Okey (English, 1986, Grizedale) has worked at the University for 22 years, undertaking a variety of roles including Principal of Grizedale College. Over the last few years his reputation as a landscape photographer has grown to the point where his work has become a viable commercial concern, one which he shares with his wife Diane (also a Lancaster graduate and employee, and a skilled glassware and jewellery maker).
Damian Barr (Sociology and English Literature, 1998, Bowland, MA Contemporary Sociology 2000) reflects on his recent writing successes and the decision to give university a second try.
Nick Talbot (French & Italian Studies, 1998, Fylde) has worked in senior management for Ernst & Young and KPMG for 13 years.
Lancaster University alumni are invited to attend a special reunion event in Bangkok on Monday 10th March.Find out more
Are Attempts to Promote Religious Freedom Naive or Necessary?RUSI, 61 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET Wednesday 12 March 2014, 5.30pm-7.00pm
Milan Alumni Reunion March 2014Radisson Blu Hotel Milan, Via Villapizzone 24, 20156 Milan, Italy Tuesday 25th March 2014, 6.30pm-10pm
How Can Religious Moderates Deal Better With Uncompromising Hardliners and the Conflicts They Cause?RUSI, 61 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET Wednesday 26 March 2014, 5.30pm-7.00pm
There are groups of Lancaster alumni all over the UK and across the world who are keen to meet up either informally or for careers networking meetings.
Lancaster in London
Lancaster University’s London base is at The Work Foundation in Westminster. Alumni can take advantage of selected Work Foundation events. Socially, you will find your base with the Alumni@London group to connect with other alumni based in or visiting London.
The group run informal gatherings year round and are represented at University events at The Work Foundation such as the popular “Management in Action” speaker series featuring Lancaster alumni.