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Dr Maggie Hoerger was awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship

Dr Maggie Hoerger was awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship at the 2015 Psychology Postgraduate Degree Ceremony in recognition of her excellence in teaching and her outstanding contribution to student support.

Publication date: 14 July 2015

Bright Future after a difficult childhood

A student has overcome extreme childhood hardships to graduate from Bangor University with a degree in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology. 32 year old Liverpudlian Louise Brinton, now settled in north Wales, now hopes to eventually become a Clinical Psychologist and to help others.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

Teaching Fellowship Dr Caroline Bowman

Dr Caroline Bowman has just been awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship in recognition of her excellence in teaching and her outstanding contribution to student support.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

High achieving Psychology student graduates

Having a keen interest in clinical psychology since her school days, a high achieving student graduated from Bangor University this week. Sophie Venters, 21, from Allesley Park, Coventry, graduated with a first-class honours BSc Psychology degree after studying at one of the UK’s top psychology schools.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

Bolton student first to graduate in her family

The first member of a Bolton family to go onto higher education feels ‘amazing’ as she graduated from Bangor University this week.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

First Class student overcomes health problems to graduate

A Psychology student who credits Bangor University for ‘taking a chance’ on her is graduating with a First Class Honours degree.

Ashleigh Johnstone from Douglas on the Isle of Man has battled Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since high school and her health issues meant that she struggled with her GCSE and A Level exams. But despite setbacks, Ashleigh aspired to study at university.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

Three years of work and study pays off for hard-working Jake

Not everyone could cope with working full-time alongside studying for a degree, even fewer would be able to travel the world and fit in some voluntary work on top; but one dynamic Bangor University student did, and he graduates this week.

Publication date: 13 July 2015

Leading experts share latest Mindfulness research

World-leading researchers into mindfulness will gather to present and consider ground-breaking research in this emerging field this week (3-7.7.15).

Organised by experts at Bangor University’s pioneering Centre for Mindfulness Research & Practice, at the College of Health and Behavioural Sciences, the event will discuss how mindfulness can bring benefits to individuals and society.

Publication date: 1 July 2015

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