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Past Alumni Events

Find out more about our upcoming alumni events.

Salford Alumni Celebration

The year ended on a high with the presentation of our Alumni Achievement Awards at the annual Alumni Celebration.

You can find out more about this year's winners here.

Check out the photos from the event here.

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Salford came to Shoreditch in November 2019 for our annual London lecture as we invited resident pop culture expert Dr Kirsty Fairclough, Associate Dean Research & Innovation in the School of Arts and Media, Salford alumna to deliver her insight into why women are still undrerepresented in the music industry, despite the appearance of female artists dominating the arena.

Check out the photos from the event here.

Salford Alumni Summer Reunion 2019

Date: Saturday 22 June 2019
Time: 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Venue: The Old Fire Station, University of Salford

We are always delighted to invite our alumni back to campus to spend the afternoon with us. This annual event features good food, drinks, campus tours and demonstrations and an opportunity to revist old haunts and reconnect with old friends.

View the photos here

London Alumni Social & Networking Event 

Date: Monday 17th June 2019
Time: 18:00 - 20:30
Venue: The Carpenter's Arms, 68-70 Whitfield Street, London W1T 4EY

Our alumni joined us for an informal social event in June, where friends old and new caught up over a drink and heard about the latest updates from the University and made connections.

You can view the photos from the event here.

Salford Alumni Lecture 2019: Roger Spencer, Chief Executive of The Christie

'The Christie and the future of cancer care'

Date: Thursday 4 April
Venue: Lady Hale Lecture Theatre, Lady Hale Building

Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer and together, different forms of cancer are responsible for almost a third of all deaths registered in the UK. However, increases in early detection and revolutions in cancer treatment mean that cancer survival rates have doubled in the UK over the last 40 years and they continue to improve.

In this lecture, Salford alumnus and CEO of The Christie, Roger Spencer discussed the role of The Christie in tackling the burden of cancer as the largest single-site cancer centre in Europe. He shared their plans to be a leader in cancer care that not only provides the best outcomes and best experience to patients, relatives, carers and staff, but that also leads research developments in cancer care nationally and internationally.

Many thanks to Roger and to our alumni and supporters that attended.

You can view the photos from the event here.