Have you found My Module Resources yet? It's a quick and easy way to find all your essential and recommended reading for all of your modules.
Go to My Module Resources to find a list of all the books, journal articles and websites from your individual module reading lists. You can search by your module code, ...more
Here are just some of the new ebooks added to the Law collection recently. Click on the title of the book to go to its catalogue record:
. English legal system by Catherine Elliott & Frances Quinn - seventeenth edition
Small satellites: regulatory challenges and chances edited by Irmgard Marboe
Principles of equity and trusts by Alastair ...more
Interested in improving your employability skills?
Come and join our Professional Mentoring Scheme and hook up with your own Professional Mentor.
A Professional Mentor is someone from the world of work who will talk to you about what’s important to you and act as a sounding board to inspire and motivate you. They have a wealth of ...more
Sunderland has a rich and varied literary and cultural heritage. By focusing on the city centre, the river and the coastline, this web site explores Sunderland in a new light as a place with a rich history and dynamic future. This is part of the City of Culture 2021 bid events. The official anthem of ...more
In a crowded graduate jobs market we understand the importance of standing out from the crowd. You need a genuine way to catch the eye of an employer.
The Sunderland Professional Award (SuPA) will help you demonstrate that you have the skills that employers are looking for.
For more information or to apply see: ...more
From an article by Alex Williams published in Skwigly
Jobs in the entertainment industry have always been competitive. Below are the 12 key rules that I believe are vital for success.
Rule No. 1 – Get really good at what you do
Your first and most important task sounds obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people focus on ...more
We are now working with a range of schools to provide CPD/CWD training for their support staff and are really pleased we can help support this innovative approach to whole school training. Due to demands on staff time schools have looked at different ways of helping to provide training for their teams that do not ...more
the thoughts of our 1st international student from New Zealand:
I have identified that I need to use empathy, rather than sympathy, and need to really listen to the child. This includes recognising the body language and facial expressions as well as hearing the words they are saying. I also need to recognise that I may ...more
From taking part in this unit I feel that I have ……..
Understood more about the different parts of the brain and the impact of trauma on the responses and development of the brain (and what exactly is going on in the brain to cause certain responses in children)
Understood more about the different types of attachment ...more
This was quite a lengthy process and took a little while to complete. As Gemma has already said organisation is key, when I knew that the study had been granted the funding I contacted the Research and Innovation team for some information to see what we needed to do and to ask for some ...more
The following was published in the Times Higher Education magazine. You can listen to the audio version here.
Fear of HIV and AIDS, fuelled by media speculation, a growth of infections among the “mainstream” population, an outpouring of activism and a medical establishment struggling to get to grips with it, put pressure on the British government ...more
We had a great time at the Society for Academic Primary Care conference in Dublin. It's a great forum for sharing research in primary care and it would be great to see even more pharmacists at this event in the future - there is definitely a place for pharmacy practice research here.
The abstracts submitted for ...more
I am delighted to announce that we have had an abstract for our qualitative work accepted for oral presentation at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society conference in September 2016. If anyone is coming along, we look forward to seeing you there to share our findings!
For more details about the conference, see ...more
The Critical Approaches to Research postgraduate conference took place today at St. Peter’s campus, University of Sunderland.
We would like to thank all participants and especially:
Professor Ian Neal for opening the conference with a very inspirational speech:
Dr Mike Pearce, Dr Geoff Nash and Dr Kath Kerr-Koch for chairing the panels.
Our plenary speakers:
Dr Donna Chambers – Reader ...more
LGBT education is ‘non-existent’ and teachers are ‘afraid to tackle it’, according to a leading expert on homophobia and LGBT issues.
Andrew Dalton, Lecturer in Social Sciences at the University of Sunderland, is calling for more to be done in schools to address prejudice and stigma, coinciding with LGBT History Month held nationally in February each ...more
We will be marking IWD 2017 by celebrating intersectionality. We have so far confirmed the following speakers: Kate Charlesworth, a graphic novellist who will discuss sexuality and her forthcoming book, A Girl's Guide to Sensible Shoes; and Holly Sterling, children's author and illustrator, who will talk about 'race'. Further details of the event will be ...more
We are pleased to announce the 2016 Postgraduate Conference at the University of Sunderland. This one-day multidisciplinary conference is designed to give postgraduate students from any institution an opportunity to present and discuss their research.
The conference is focused on Critical Approaches to Research. The aim of the conference is to encourage the development of student ...more
Our much-delayed next meeting will be on Tuesday 24th May at 10am in Priestman 312. We are going to discuss plans for the coming year, including ideas to mark International Women's Day 2017. Any other items, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
See you there: biscuits ...more