HUDDERSFIELD University reported on its activities at an annual public meeting entitled Ten Years of the University of Huddersfield.
The meeting, at the Canalside West lecture theatre, Firth Street, outlined developments over the 11 years since the university changed its name from polytechnic in June 1992.
Vice-chancellor Prof John Tarrant paid particular attention to the major building work at the Queensgate campus.
Four former students spoke about their working lives.
Sally Clegg runs a recruitment business,
Martin Nolan runs a busy motorsport website,
Amanda Neylon works in the marketing department at Vauxhall Motors and
Karen Peterie spoke about 10-weeks experience at NASA during which she researched artificial intelligence.