Liv Laumenech is a 2015 graduate of Modern and Contemporary Art: History, Curating, Criticism and now works as Public Art Officer in the Centre for Research Collections. She recently took part in the University's Creative and Cultural Careers Festival, offering advice to current students interested in her field of work. We asked her about the experience.
Fashion graduate Rhys McKenna believes that current students can learn from his unique career path and choices, and has decided to share his wisdom with them at our Alumni Insights events. We spoke to him about his motivations and experiences.
Amy and Scott Tulloch met while studying at the Edinburgh Dental Institute. They now provide dental care for the majority of the population in Orkney, being committed to patient care in rural communities.
Jess Barrows graduated from Moray House School of Education with a degree in Applied Sport Science in 2016. Now a member of the team at Scottish Student Sport, we asked her why she now volunteers to advise current Edinburgh students.
From organising rugby matches and unique talks from scholars and Scottish poets, to sharing experiences, advice and stories with incoming students at University recruitment and pre-departure events, the Boston Alumni Club works to build a community that has something for everyone. We take a closer look at this thriving group.
This year's nominees for the prestigious James Tait Black Book Prizes were chosen with the help of a team of student and staff readers from the English Literature department. Here they give a rundown of their picks.
Vanessa Ombura is a student of Civil Engineering, a MasterCard Foundation scholar and a recipient of the Edinburgh Award for Transformative Leadership. Josh MacAlister is an inspirational graduate of Social Policy and Politics who offered advice to the scholars at the awards ceremony. We spoke to both.