Surrey Alumni and Philanthropy

Official blog from the University of Surrey’s Alumni and Development Office. Connecting Graduates to the University, fellow alumni and current students.

aMAYzing Alumni – Manouchehr Saljoughian

Manouchehr Saljoughian A Senior Clinical Pharmacist at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center (ABSMC), Manouchehr Saljoughian graduated from Surrey with a PhD in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 1979. Manouchehr has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers and over 100 educational papers in U.S. Pharmacist. He presents bi-weekly educational talks on medical subjects on Radio Pooya for […]

aMAYzing Alumni – Chris Cheyette

  Chris Cheyette Chris Cheyette, who graduated with a BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2000, works for the NHS part-time as a Diabetes Specialist dietitian and runs his own company, writing books to help people with diabetes. What attracted you to choose the University of Surrey and to study your course here? Two key […]

aMAYzing Alumni – Catia Costa

  Catia Costa Catia graduated from the University of Surrey with a MChem in Chemistry with Forensic Investigation and a PhD in 2017. She now works at the University’s Ion Beam centre. What attracted you to choose the University of Surrey and to study your course here?  I chose Surrey for its beautiful campus and […]

aMAYzing Alumni – Nick Amott

Nick Amott – Volunteer of the Year 2018 Nick graduated from Surrey with a BSc in Chemical Engineering in 1978. He has worked for global engineering and construction company Fluor for more than 35 years and is a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at the University. He has been named as Volunteer of the […]

aMAYzing alumni – Robert Gryn

Robert Gryn – winner of Young Achiever Award 2018 Robert Gryn, who graduated with a BSc Entrepreneurship in Technology in 2008, is at 31 CEO and owner of CodeWise, the second fastest growing company in Europe (FT1000). CodeWise is a highly profitable AdTech company that develops smart traffic and tracking tools for performance marketers. In […]

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