Malaysia Campus 15th Anniversary – this week’s highlights


July 24th, 2015

To celebrate our 15-year anniversary as the first UK university to establish an overseas campus in Malaysia, we’ve asked staff and students who’ve spent time there for their memories.

This week’s round up of Malaysia Campus anniversary stories are:

  • Documenting the global story of the University, including the development of its Malaysia campus, can prove tricky in the digital age, in this blog post archivist Sarah Colborne asks for help from alumni and former staff.
  • The Malaysian ‘black panther’ has revealed its leopard spots, after being captured by ‘night vision’ photography developed by the School of Geography at UNMC.
  • More facts and milestones about the campus’ early days are remembered on Twitter.

If you have a story to tell on your experiences at UNMC, please contact emma.lowry@nottingham.ac.uk, and you will be put into a prize draw for travel vouchers worth £200.

Follow the celebration campaign on Twitter #UNMC15

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