March 2022 news
Alumna Ashley made a finalist in the British Council’s StudyUK Alumni Awards
The annual British Council Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of alumni overseas to showcase the impact and value of a UK higher education. There are four main award categories: Science and Sustainability, Culture and Creativity, Social Action, and Business and Innovation.
Creative arts graduate Paige selected for New Designers’ One Year In show
Alumna Paige Denham (Textile Design 2019) is an artist, print designer and educator. This summer, Paige will be exhibiting at New Designers as part of the One Year In show.
A Falk Egg first: alumni come together to fund an Opportunity Scholarship
A group of Falkner Eggington alumni have collectively raised money to fund an Opportunity Scholarship, which supports under-represented students throughout their time at Loughborough.
Dominic leads organisation to victory at Personnel Today awards
Dominic Ashley-Timms (Information Technology and Human Factors 1990) is the CEO of Notion, a company that helps their corporate clients to bring about organisational change by improving management performance. He is also the co-creator of the multi-award-winning management transformation programme STAR® Manager, which now has managers pursuing the programme in 25 countries.
A tribute to Eric Robertson
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Eric Robertson who studied International Business and graduated in 2018.
Graduate start-up approaches investment target to launch multi-award-winning durable sports earbuds
A consumer electronics start-up, founded by a Loughborough graduate is close to completing their third investment round to launch what is believed to the world’s ultimate sports earbuds.
Baroness Grey-Thompson shares inspiring story as Loughborough celebrates International Women’s Day
Alumna Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE, DL shared insights into her life as a Paralympian, studying at Loughborough, and becoming a Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords. The talk formed part of the University’s Voices of Diversity series and was held online on 7 March to mark International Women’s Day. She was joined by the University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor for Teaching, Professor Rachel Thomson, who hosted the discussion.
Business nominated for Micro-Business of the Year
Jack Chapman (Sport Management 2017) is the founder of Kingsbury Lawn Care, an award-winning lawn treatment service based in the West Midlands.
Graduate Futures - a newsletter for 2021 graduates
In conjunction with Careers Network, we are launching "Graduate Futures", our newsletter for 2021 Loughborough graduates.
Find out about legacies during this national Free Wills Month
Are you interested in receiving information about leaving a legacy gift to the University in your Will?