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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Singing for Life
Jane Irwin (Music, 1990, Fylde) talks about her career as an International opera soprano and teacher.
Turning the Next Generation Green
The “inspiring” leader who uses scientific rigour to change behaviours and create a million agents of change.
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.