Two acclaimed authors, two digital marketeers, and a three-time alumnus make up this month's selection of profiles.
Chris Cameron is an Edinburgh alumnus three times over, and with degrees in three very different subjects. He explains why.
I retained contact with many of my fellow students throughout the years that followed. In particular we arranged reunions in Edinburgh, from wherever we worked or lived. These are wonderful experiences, and still take place.
Daniel Pembrey Cooper went from business executive to best-selling author of the Harbour Master crime series. He tells us how his Edinburgh education influenced the decisions he has made in life.
My career has undergone a couple of major changes, and I do sometimes wonder whether the curiosity instilled in me during my degree course is responsible.
Alice Hoyle explains what inspired her to write books with the aim of explaining mental illness to children.
When I left Edinburgh in 2004 I really never thought that 12 years later I would become a published children’s author!
Jason Miller's year at Edinburgh was a memorable one: he met his future wife, joined a semi-professional rock band, and earned a masters with distinction. He recalls his time at the University.
During my year, I worked hard and played hard. I made friends that I will stay in touch with for the rest of my life.
Divinity alumna Hannah Tulloch tell us how she ended up with a career in digital marketing, and why emotional intelligence is so important.
I knew for a long time before applying that Edinburgh was the university for me. It didn’t disappoint.
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