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'I feel very proud to be an alumna from Birmingham after reading this issue of Old Joe.' Guest editor Kate Yates (BA English and French, 1974), Children's Services Consultant with Children and Young People's Social Care (CYPSC) shares her thoughts on the publication including the things she has learnt after reading it.
What would your Mastermind specialist subject be? From Eminem and The Simpsons to Roman Emperor Caligula and trains, 15 alumni share the subjects they know inside out.
Brian and Ann Fletcher (BCom Industrial Economics and Business Studies, 1963 and BSocSc Economics, Politics and Sociology, 1963) returned to campus recently to celebrate a very special anniversary.
Cosmopolitan columnist, Jo Usmar (BA English Literature, 2005) shares her top five favourite books.
Earlier this year, the Alumni Relations team was inundated after asking you to send in your memories of your time at the University. Thank you to everyone who shared their memories of Birmingham; here are just a few of the fascinating stories you had to tell.
Birmingham alumni may be spread across the world, but there are plenty of ways for you to stay in touch with the University and each other.
Congratulations to all of our alumni who were awarded Queen's New Year's and Birthday Honours in 2013.
Eight of our outstanding alumni were awarded honorary degrees this summer.
Have you ever wondered what other former Birmingham graduates are doing now? Or wanted to tell your fellow alumni about your achievements? Read on to find out more...
One family is Birmingham through and through, with three generations of graduates - grandfather, grandmother, father and daughter.