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Institute of Science & the Environment successful alumni

  • Peter Case

    Peter graduated from the University of Worcester in 2012 with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Environmental Management and found employment immediately with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust where he now holds a fulltime post as their Water and Wetlands Officer.

  • Rebecca Collins

    It is hard enough to get a first class degree, but when you have a baby along the way, things can get tricky. Rebecca Collins took it all in her stride, however, with a little help from her family and tutors.

  • Nora Farkas

    Nora Farkas, originally from Hungary, is currently in the middle of a three-month volunteering placement in Bolivia, where she is working for the International Citizen Service (ICS), with the aim of helping to reduce inequalities in the developing world.

  • Jonathan Hunter

    Geography graduate Jonathan Hunter is hoping to follow in the footsteps of a teacher who inspired his love for the subject.

  • Peng Li

    29 year-old MA Sustainable Development Advocacy graduate Peng Li had never left his homeland, China, before coming to study in Worcester.

  • Ryea Maswood

    After graduating from a BSc in Human Biology, Ryea is currently working at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.

  • Will Stiles

    After graduating from the University of Worcester in 2012 with a first class BSc (Joint Honours degree) in Ecology & Environmental Management, Will spent 6 months at Cranfield University.

  • Julie Richards

    As a former BBC television producer, Julie Richards often found herself mixing with celebrity chefs ahead of cooking programmes.

  • Alex Powell

    After achieving a First Class degree and beginning his career as a teacher, Alex Powell has had to manage his time effectively.

  • Abigail Smith

    When Abigail Smith found herself in Clearing, she said she felt embarrassed and disappointed with herself.

  • Josh Humphries

    Josh Humphries is graduating from the University of Worcester today with a First Class Honours degree in Conservation Ecology.

  • Magdalena Sadys

    Magdalena Sadys graduates from the University of Worcester today with a PhD, after completing ground-breaking research in to forecasting for fungal spores.