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2 December 2020

Before starting at ARU in Cambridge I was a Teacher of the Deaf, and I wanted to extend my knowledge and skills to learn about other disabilities. When I found my current role, as a Disability Adviser, I was very interested, and I’ve been able to learn a lot during my time here. Read more…

2 December 2020

As a Dyslexia Adviser working for ARU’s Disability and Dyslexia Advice Service, my job is really varied but revolves around supporting our students and offering guidance. Read more…

9 December 2019

I like mechanical engineering because it’s limitless. Any product and anything around us includes design and material in solid or fluid form. Read more…

6 December 2019

I didn’t know what civil engineering was when I first went to university. But once I started I never looked backed, I absolutely loved it. Read more…

3 December 2019

My name is Sharon Morein and I am a senior lecturer in the School of Psychology and Sport Science, where my job entails a great number of things. Read more…

27 November 2019

I started at ARU in 2008, as an undergraduate student. Having experienced the culture and the environment of the University first-hand during my studies, in 2013 I joined the staff as a lecturer. Read more…

27 November 2019

When your name is Yingang Du ('Du' means civil engineering in Chinese, and 'Yingang' to guide someone on steel/concrete design), it makes sense to take civil engineering as your career. Read more…


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