September 2012 | Alumni Profiles
This month's selection highlights the diversity of our alumni community - from Scottish Studies to Biological Sciences, from 1966 to 2012, and from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern to Cleveland, USA.
We are interested in the role that the University has played in your life, either directly - in terms of skills and knowledge - or indirectly, via friends, experiences or chance encounters.
Please get in touch and you and your experiences could feature on our website.
Medical Writing Manager Karen Donnelly talks Neuroscience, following your passions, and why Psychology always wins in the end.
Educator Angus Alexander Edmonds talks William Golding, the value of participating in clubs and societies, and how living with others is an education in itself.
Well travelled linguist, James Telfer Inglis talks about identifying your limits and the value of learning to network.
Edinburgh College of Art graduate Josiane Keller talks about building a career as an artist, and excessive salt in the Scottish diet.
A fairy tale profile from GennaRose whose love of the city includes an appreciation of the folklore, the landscape, and even the Scottish weather. We look forward to welcoming her back in the near future.
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All our alumni profiles are available for you to view online. You can browse by date of publication or by year of graduation.