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University of Sunderland to air US documentary Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

University of Sunderland to air US documentary Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

A highly acclaimed US documentary that explores medical developments linking traumatic childhood experiences to health conditions like heart disease, gets its first screening in the North of England at the University of Sunderland. CEL&T (Children Who Have Experienced Loss and Trauma) working in partnership with Adopter Voice and the University’s School of Social Sciences, will present […]

Lee Hall, University of Sunderland's Head of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.

Sunderland University lecturer writes “message of hope” for the City in post-Brexit book

Photo: Lee Hall, University of Sunderland’s Head of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies With its second-stage bid to become the UK’s City Of Culture in 2021 recently submitted, Sunderland is actively pushing back from its media portrayal of Brexit divided Britain, according to the University of Sunderland’s Head of Journalism, Media […]

Mrs Mary Reid being presented with the Golden Cross and her certificate from German Military Attache Colonel Jörg Rutten.

93-year-old Sunderland woman honoured for tending to Castletown’s German war graves for more than six decades

  A Sunderland woman who has tended German war graves in the Castletown cemetery for more than six decades has been honoured. Mary Reid, aged 93, was guest of honour at a ceremony at Sunderland’s Civic Centre – where she was presented with the Gold Cross of Honour from the German War Grave Commission. Nonagenarian Mrs Reid served […]