UCL Connect

Connect was an annual alumni magazine sent to all 50,000 benefit cardholders and recent donors each autumn. It showcases a range of opportunities for alumni to get involved in the life of the university as well as topical articles about UCL.

The highlights of the autumn 2011 issue include an interview with designer Wayne Hemingway MBE and his daughter Tilly, who both graduated from UCL and now work together, and a feature about the impact of increased computing power on the life-saving work of the UCL Cancer Institute.

There is also an interview with student Abdisalan Gas, whose own experience has driven him to set up a charity for the deaf, and an article on the Bloomsbury Masterplan, which offers the opportunity to prepare the UCL campus for the next 200 years.