'Supporting and Encouraging Photography Students'
Rachel Stevens worked for Christian Aid and she travelled the world listening, taking pictures and telling people's stories for a charity devoted to changing lives for the better.
In January 2013 Rachel was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer and died in January 2015, aged just 36.
The Rachel Stevens Prize Fund and Scholarship have been developed in memory of Rachel by her parents and DMU.
'Ensuring access to higher education has no barriers for our students.'
The Vice-Chancellor's Fund was set up to enable any student, regardless of background or circumstance, to benefit from our first class provision, innovative learning and teaching, and placement and outreach activities.
You can choose to support the Vice-Chancellor's General Fund or direct your support to one of three secific areas - The Inspiration Prize, the Reverend Jesse Jackson Prize, or the Vice-Chacnellor's Bursary.
For more details about each area of the fund please click the link below.