Modern Languages Braduate, Penny Rossiter, blogs about her time at Bradford during her studies and how she continues to keep in touch as an alumna.
Double Bradford graduate Felix J Prince Kankwamba reflects on his epic journey as a student, sab officer & staff member at the University of Bradford. After 8 awesome years in Bradford, Felix left for pastures new in 2018 but remains involved through the Alumni Association.
Iskren Ivanov, BA Graphics for Games 2016, blogs about his life-changing journey coming from Bulgaria to Bradford for his undergraduate studies. Currently working as a graphic design professional in the UK, Iskren is pleased to remain actively involved in University life as an alumnus having been elected to the University’s Alumni Association Executive Committee in 2018.
The University of Bradford is an institution I am proud to have earned a Development and Peace Studies BA Degree from. I sit on the Alumni Association Executive Committee because I want to be as proud of graduating from the University of Bradford in fifty years’ time as I am now.
Academic, author, philosopher and yacht charter skipper, Derek Mazzone, reflects on a diverse intellectual journey that began in engineering and arrived at philosophy. A transformation fuelled by a desire to understand the world and the pursuit of value – the name of his most recent book.
Cynthia Varley, BA Social Studies 1994, blogs about her Bradford Journey and why she wishes to remain involved as a graduate having joined the Alumni Association Executive Committee in December 2016.
Alumni Association Executive Committee member, James Robertson-Dunn, blogs about his time at Bradford, what attracted him to the City and University, why he is keen to remain involved as a graduate, and what he hopes to achieve as a member of the AA Committee.
Chair of the University of Bradford Alumni Association, Terry Carroll, BSc Business Studies 1970, on why his heart has remained very much in Bradford since he first came here as a student 50 years ago, and his vision for the Alumni Association.
Ahead of the 2018 Water Industry Awards taking place in May, alumnus Callum Scott, Mechanical Engineering 2007, blogs about his unique journey, Bradford degree, and current work which has culminated in his book “The future of the water cycle in the UK” being shortlisted as a finalist in the Energy & Carbon Initiative of the Year category.
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