Thank you coming along today and reading our latest Open University news. Just what have you got on the menu for me today, I hear you cry. Well there are more OU graduations taking place and a warm well done to all those who have passed through to academia. In other news a disabled lady from the Isle of Wight commends the university for helping her achieve a BSc (hons) and we look at the future of your bones.
The latest round of graduations from the Open University have taken place, with four students from the Royal Borough gaining their degrees.
An Isle of Wight woman who thought having a disability would hold back her studies has celebrated graduating. But with the help and support of the Open University (OU), Lisa Zomparelli has overcome adversity to achieve a BSc (honours) degree in psychology.
The Open University Business School. The Future of Bones by Philip Ball. “The last few weeks I have been reading A Tour of Bones by Denise Inge; its been a fascinating and challenging book. Books I enjoy as I have this one, I usually devour quite quickly; the thought provoking nature of this book meant I took it in small chunks.”
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