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Staff

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Staff. A vibrant culture in truly beautiful surroundings A vibrant culture in truly beautiful surroundings A vibrant culture in truly beautiful surroundings Benefits of working for us Competitive core benefits to excellent campus facilities Foundation, vision and values Discover what underpins our tradition

Welcome resources for staff

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Welcome resources for staff. Welcome resources for staff This site has been updated for 2014 entry and new information will be added as it becomes available. Please check back regularly. Welcome website The Welcome website  contains information for new students at the University including a timetable

Academic Services Staff Intranet

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Development opportunities in July 2014 Academic Services Summer 2014 all-staff briefing Structure charts Staff directory AS training courses Recently joined staff Communication toolkit Staff question time Diary for the Session Jobs & opportunities Read the latest e-news AS Compact information Talkback

For Finance Office Staff

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a policy of printing documents double sided (duplex) as standard.  Office Communicator It is now possible to get the University’s version of Instant Messaging on most PCs. Green Impact Staff Suggestion Scheme The Finance Office introduced a Staff Suggestion Scheme giving staff, as the name suggests,

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Professor Paul Cannon

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draw. The best 10 questions will be selected to attend the discussion and will be contacted shortly. Name First Last Email School/Office/Organisation (please state) Capacity in which you are attending this event Staff Student Alumnus Friend/Family Other Please select one Additional guests 0 1 2 A maximum

MA Antiquity: Roman History and Archaeology pathway

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urban life. Approaches to Images, Material Culture and Texts This module invites you to experiment with interdisciplinary approaches. Linked to a series of research seminars by academic staff, the module is a forum in which staff and students work together to identify significant current directions in

MA Antiquity: European Archaeology pathway

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including site reports, artefacts, written texts and iconography. Approaches to Images, Material Culture and Texts This module invites you to experiment with interdisciplinary approaches. Linked to a series of research seminars by academic staff, the module is a forum in which staff and students work

MA Antiquity: Late Antiquity pathway

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you to experiment with interdisciplinary approaches. Linked to a series of research seminars by academic staff, the module is a forum in which staff and students work together to identify significant current directions in research, and to explore links, and differences, between academic disciplines.

Inflammation MRes

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and internal examiners. Register your interest Apply to study here Contact Niki Windridge n.j.windridge@bham.ac.uk 0121 414 4061 School of Immunity and Infection Follow us on Twitter Contact us on Facebook Related staff Dr Graham Wallace Course details Employability Employability It is envisaged that

Psychobiology

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Psychobiology. The Psychobiology group comprises staff interested in motivated behaviours (eating, drinking, drug-taking, pain) and learning & memory. Topics under investigation include: the role of learning and memory in appetite and drug taking; the psychobiological bases of appetite ( Dr Suzanne Higgs