Veterinary nursing students from the University Centre West Anglia’s Cambridge Campus participated in a day of punting on the river Cam on 17th September to mark the close of their welcome week. Twenty students took part in the afternoon event, which was organised in conjunction with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and UcWA as part of their induction [...]
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Graduates came together with families, friends and staff at Alive Leisure Corn Exchange on Saturday 5th October 2019 for their graduation ceremony. Speakers at the ceremony included Principal David Pomfret, Mayor Geoff Hipperson and keynote speaker is Professor Roderick Watkins, Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation) Anglia Ruskin University, while the student vote of thanks speech was delivered by Nicola [...]
UcWA alumna, Mx Lucy Marshall, has had her first paper published for her work on sentience in invertebrates. Lucy conducted the research while studying for a BSc Veterinary Nursing and Applied Animal Behaviour at UcWA. Entitled ‘Perception of the ethical acceptability of live prey feeding to aquatic species kept in captivity’, Lucy’s paper focusses on people’s perceptions [...]
To close the academic year, BA History and English staff and students held a humanities conference. The day-long event saw a variety of speakers visit the University Centre, including actor and artistic director, Andrew Jarvis who discussed the most recent King’s Lynn Shakespeare Festival, as well as keynote speaker Dr Sean Lang, Senior Lecturer in History at [...]
UcWA veterinary nursing student, Rosie Ward has worked for the charity ACE (Animal Care in Egypt) in Luxor, Egypt nursing horses, donkeys, dogs, cats and even camels. Rosie will begin her 4th year studying towards a BSc Veterinary Nursing at the Cambridge campus. She decided to visit Egypt to gain further practical experience in the field. [...]
One of the most respected Shakespearean actors of his generation, Andrew Jarvis, visited the University Centre West Anglia to speak to the university students. The inspirational speech saw the actor discuss his life and career, as well as his most recent project; organising the first ever Shakespeare Festival in King’s Lynn. Andrew kick-started a day of lectures [...]
King’s Lynn town centre came to a standstill at the weekend as our UcWA students processed through the streets after graduating at the Alive Leisure Corn Exchange. As is tradition, the academic and Mayoral procession walked the streets of King’s Lynn prior to the ceremony and again after, when graduates joined them to parade through the town centre. [...]