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So You Want to be an Environmental Scientist?

Funding from the Friends Programme enabled three undergraduate students to gain valuable work and life experience within the field of environmental science.
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Alumni Donations Help to Develop Leaders of Tomorrow

Students from Lancaster University, who have faced significant challenges in their lives, completed a three day Frontrunner Leadership course. 
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Thumbs Up for Campus in the City

Funded through the Alumni Friends Programme, the Campus in the City programme has been a great success within the local community.
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Welcome Back for the Grand Alumni Reunion

Alumni from as far afield as  Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and Peru travelled to Lancaster University on Saturday to take a trip down memory lane and join in the 50th anniversary celebrations.
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Ranvir Singh - Lancaster and Beyond

Ranvir Singh (English & Philosophy, 1998, Pendle) is a television presenter and journalist best known as a newsreader. 
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Strictly Sam!

Sam Hodges (English Language, 1999, Pendle) tells how his job publicising the pro-celebrity Come Dancing series accelerated his career with the BBC.
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Energy for the Future

As CEO of AFC Energy - one of the world’s leading developers of fuel cells for industry - Ian Williamson (Environmental Sciences, 1985, Grizedale) jokes that he finally has a job he left university qualified to do. 
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Dr Shazia Breaks Gender Barrier to Head Punjab University Law College

Dr Shazia Qureshi rejoined Punjab University Law College (PULC) as Assistant Professor on December 16th 2013 after completing her PhD studies in Law at Lancaster.
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Matt Barlow's Belief in the Business

Matt Barlow (Marketing, 1994, Fylde) is UK Chief Executive of CAP which runs a national debt counselling network. 
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Andrew's Love for the Lakes Landscape

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).
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