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NTU welcomes this year’s Alumni Fellows

28 September 2017

September saw the launch of the 2017/18 Alumni Fellowship Programme across three of our campuses, providing an opportunity for our new Alumni Fellows to find out more about getting involved and catch up with existing Alumni Fellows.

Nottingham Business School led the way, and on 6 September welcomed more than 50 of the 250 Alumni Fellows to their launch event.  Melanie Currie, Deputy Dean at Nottingham Business School, opened proceedings and presentations from both students and Alumni Fellows followed.

At our Clifton campus, the School of Arts and Humanities welcomed back both alumni who were new to the Programme and those who took part last year.  For many, it was a fantastic opportunity to see all the changes which had taken place at the campus over the last few years.  Opened by Angela Brown, Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, the event provided an opportunity for our Alumni Fellows to find out more about how they can volunteer their 15 hours as well as network with academics and Alumni Fellows from the 2016-17 Programme.

Our final launch was the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences at Brackenhurst where our Alumni Fellows not only found out more about how to get involved but also heard about the exciting developments planned for the campus from the Dean of the School, Rob Mortimer.

With over 500 Alumni Fellows agreeing to volunteer thousands of hours in 2017/18, we wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has committed to support our students.

We are now looking to develop the Alumni Fellowship Programme across the remaining Schools in the University so if you are keen to get involved, please email and a member of the team will be in touch with more information.



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