College news

Keep up to date with the latest news and events from around the college and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.

Birmingham Business School Supports Tiny Babies

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Birmingham Business School helped raise in excess of £14,500 to support tiny babies born at the Neonatal Unit at the Birmingham Women's Hospital.
Date:
Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Staff update

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All the comings, goings and staffing updates since our last edition of the Business School newsletter - starters, leavers, movers and an ASA update.
Date:
Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Research Roundup

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A summary of research events, external engagement, awards, activities and publications from Birmingham Business School since our last news update.
Date:
Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Collection for Vision Aid

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By collecting your old, unwanted glasses, at collection points across the College we can help some of the poorest people in the world have access to the optometrists and glasses that they urgently need to live better, more fulfilled and productive lives.
Date:
Friday 14th July 2017

Survivor Arts Community Day at the University of Birmingham

Description
The Survivor Arts Project celebrated its 11th year at the UoB Community Festival Day on 11th June. Over 130 people came together in the Muirhead Tower to see the Survivor Arts Exhibition; participate in Recovery through the Arts workshops; and listen to poetry and music.
Date:
Thursday 13th July 2017

IT Resources for researchers

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The University's IT Services have a range of options available to research staff, to enable them to carry out pioneering work.
Date:
Tuesday 4th July 2017

Birmingham Professional Event Recap: Planning Major Projects

Description
Zena Wooldridge, University Director of Sport, led this session about planning major projects using the example of the new Sports Centre.
Date:
Monday 19th June 2017

MobileIron: Helping you work from anywhere, anytime, on any device

Description
We are pleased to inform you that IT Services has launched MobileIron. This new software will replace Good for Enterprise.
Date:
Monday 5th June 2017

Writing to Get Read: an introduction to citations – CoSS Essentials Series 3 (2016/17)

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Lead: Professor Karen Rowlingson, College Director of Research & Knowledge Transfer.
Date:
Monday 5th June 2017

Birmingham Professional Event Recap: Career Progression

Description
Talks centred around career progression were delivered by from Paul Compton from POD, Sarah Egan (Operations Manager in CAL) and Emily Barrett (Learning and Teaching Manager, CoSS).
Date:
Monday 22nd May 2017
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