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Neil Shapes His Own Destiny

Neil Bent (Management Science - Marketing, 1989, Lonsdale) recognised that his studies made him most grateful for the way they prepared him to run his own business.
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Anna Brings University Fundraising Experience to CancerCare

The catalyst for Anna Webster’s career in the charity sector was a talk from a member of Lancaster University’s career staff in her second year.
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Professor Fran Bagenal's Passion for Jupiter

When NASA’s Juno spacecraft goes into orbit around Jupiter on July 4 2016, it will be the pinnacle of Frances Bagenal’s career in astrophysics and planetary science.
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Dr Persephone Sextou Helps Secure Children in Need Grant

Alumna Dr Persephone Sextou has secured funds to boost work to improve sick children in local hospitals.
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Exploring Nature's Gifts to Humanity

A mission to show how plants play a vital role in our everyday lives, motivates the Head of Education at London’s oldest botanic garden
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Taking the Plunge into Postgraduate Education

Linda Cameron (MSc Information Management, 1998) talks about her decision to go back into education in 1997 for the first time since the 1960s.
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Theatre and Politics; Twin Passions for Theresa

Monday to Thursday, Labour Euro MP Theresa Griffin (English & Theatre Studies, 1984, Cartmel) is in Brussels, bringing the issues of the North West before the European Parliament. 
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Singing for Life

Jane Irwin (Music, 1990, Fylde) talks about her career as an International opera soprano and teacher.
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Turning the Next Generation Green

The “inspiring” leader who uses scientific rigour to change behaviours and create a million agents of change.  
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Revealing Earth's Sub-Surface Secrets

The Executive Director of the British Geological Survey’s passion for ancient rocks was sparked by a Lancaster University field trip.
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