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MBA students support racing cars success

MBA students support racing cars success
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Students from the College of Engineering of Physical Sciences are continuing their collaboration with Birmingham Business Schools MBA students to compete in The Formula Student UK (FSUK) competition- a student engineering competition in which teams from all over the world design, manufacture and race a Formula-style car.
Date:
20/04/2015

Where'd everybody go? Social Enterprise and the General Election 2015

Where'd everybody go? Social Enterprise and the General Election 2015
Description
Post Doctoral Research Fellow Dr Simon Adderley from Birmingham Business School considers how the concept of social enterprise has slipped from the general election agenda and why it should be brought back to the fore.
Date:
15/04/2015
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EU weighs up the cost of saving lives in the Mediterranean

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Over 1600 migrants have died since the end of Italy's search and rescue operation 'Mare Nostrum' in October 2014, and the EU struggles to find a common strategy to address boat migration in the Mediterranean.
Date:
22/04/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

What the EU must do now to halt this tragedy on its shores

What the EU must do now to halt this tragedy on its shores
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IRiS academic, Dr Nando Sigona, writes for 'The Conversation' on the unfolding tragedy in the Mediterranean.
Date:
22/04/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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School of Education moves up QS World Rankings

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The School of Education at the University of Birmingham is now ranked 27th in the world and 4th in Europe and the UK in the QS World Ranking list 2015.
Date:
05/05/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences

'Children's Lives' project is case study on public engagement site

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The Children's Lives project, led by Professor Ian Grosvenor, has been added as a case study to the National co-ordinating centre for public engagement (NCCPE) website. The NCCPE supports universities to increase the quality and impact of their public engagement activities.
Date:
01/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Why the zero-carbon homes policy hasn't gone to plan

Why the zero-carbon homes policy hasn't gone to plan
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Written by Max Lempriere, PhD Researcher in Political Science. One of the UK's flagship sustainability policies is in big trouble. Less than a year from now, the theory goes, all new homes will be "zero-carbon". The reality is rather different. Economic meltdown, a housing crisis, pressure from developers and poorly designed legislation have all combined to leave the country way behind schedule.
Date:
24/04/2015
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences

What Britain should learn from Syriza and Greek eurosceptics

What Britain should learn from Syriza and Greek eurosceptics
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Written by Dr George Kyris, Lecturer in International and European Politics. The last few years have been remarkable for Greece's relationship with the EU. The bail-out agreements between the country and the EU-IMF, the interference of the latter two in domestic affairs and the imposition of austerity have caused a sharp rise in euroscepticism.
Date:
24/04/2015
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences
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