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With a First Class degree secured, Sophie hasn’t rested on her laurels for a minute.
“After I finished my degree I secured a Research Assistant’s position at Worcester, assisting academic staff who were researching the effects of sleep deprivation on exercise performance,” she said.
THE city's graduates have been showing off their gowns and mortarboards for a week of graduation ceremonies.
During this time he also developed a biodegradable antibiotic delivery system in association with Aston University.
Sophie May, 21, from Walsall, studied Sport and Exercise Science at the University, and despite finding out part-way through her course that she had been struggling for years with undiagnosed dyslexia, she didn’t let that stop her from making the most of her potential.
“The University of Worcester helped me get a diagnosis for my dyslexia, a learning difficulty I had always struggled with but never had any support for,” Sophie said.
I selected the broadest course possible, where I could learn many different things and find out what I like and what I am good at. “My family will be there, and I love that the ceremony will be held in the beautiful cathedral with all my friends and classmates.” UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP: RUTH FITZSIMONS RUTH Fitz Simons, who has worked tirelessly to help disadvantage and disabled young people, will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester today.
"International Business Management offered lot of freedom in module composition, plus we had the opportunity to go on a student exchange to a different country.” While at university Luisa got involved in volunteering at the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Bookstore in St John’s, which she said was an experience she really enjoyed. Ruth is a member of the governing board of the national charity, the Lord’s Taverners, giving young people a chance to engage in sport and recreational activities within the community.