Thank you



Thank you for keeping Bristol brilliant
Your 2018/2019 Impact Report (PDF, 3,724kB).  

Bristol is powered by people like you

The University reflects on the generosity of alumni over the past year and takes a look towards the future.

You're raising aspirations

Nieve Fay, Biology student and young carer, tells us how her scholarship has helped her overcome the challenges of attending university.

You're challenging the status quo

Dr Isabella Aboderin, the Perivoli Chair in Africa Research and Partnerships, sets out how this new role will have a far-reaching impact.

You're advancing technology to save lives

Dr Roisin McNaney talks about some of the new technologies being developed at the University of Bristol to support the health of older adults.

You're sharing your expertise and inspiring the next generation

Rebecca Hellen (BA 1994) tells us her reasons for becoming a mentor and Hudi Charin (BA 2019) shares her experience of the Bristol Mentors programme and the impact is has had on her since graduating. 

You're supporting healthy minds

Grace Kendrick (BA 2017, MA 2019) explains how the alumni-supported Healthy Minds programme has been a crucial factor in getting her through a very tough time at university.

You're tackling a global crisis

Matthew Avison, Professor of Molecular Bacteriology and Director of Bristol's Anti-Microbial Resistance Research Network, demonstrates how a legacy gift has been used to help prevent one of the greatest threats to global health.

You're bringing students and alumni together

Siyan Ruan (MSc 2014), Beijing alumni network Leader, explains why Bristol networks are so important for students and graduates to feel connected.

You're opening up the Bristol community

Simi Modupe, Sanctuary Scholarships recipient, shares how this support from alumni and friends has changed her life.

 

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