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Recipient of Tullow Scholarship discusses her time studying at Birmingham Business School

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Irene Onyango studied the MSc Environmental and Natural Resource Economics programme with help from the Tullow Scholarship scheme.
Date:
21/07/2014
Categories:
International, Social Sciences, Students

Smart Leadership for Smart Cities

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Research undertaken at Birmingham Business School has been examining our understanding of how Smart Cities, which aim to offer improved local economic development, social and environmental outcomes.
Date:
17/07/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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What does the future hold for the NHS?

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The following articles in the recently published publication reflect the broad range of interests held by HSMC colleagues, but all consider the future challenges and opportunities for the NHS, and interpret leadership in a range of contexts.
Date:
21/07/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

A short history of Park House

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Find out more about the history of Park House, home of the Health Services Management Centre.
Date:
21/07/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Parents' chance to find out more about University of Birmingham School

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Parents who want to find out more about the new University of Birmingham School, and how to apply for a place for their child are invited to two information events near the site of the new school in Selly Oak.
Date:
19/06/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students, Teaching

Problem behaviour in children is not always a mental disorder

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Julie Allan discusses the growing trend of psychopathogisation, where certain behaviours by children are being judged as evidence of mental disorders and used to justify an official diagnosis which may be treated with drugs
Date:
11/06/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Teaching
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Flight MH17 and Russia's 'little green men'

Flight MH17 and Russia's 'little green men'
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Written by Dr Kataryna Wolczuk. "The shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 in Eastern Ukraine on 17 July has placed the conflict which has engulfed that part of Ukraine into an entirely new context. It has transformed the event from a localised, regional rebellion into a crisis that brings Russia's role into the open, writes Kataryna Wolczuk, of the Centre for Russian and European Studies."
Date:
23/07/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

The Conversation: As Russia votes with Security Council, could MH17 be providing a wake-up call?

The Conversation: As Russia votes with Security Council, could MH17 be providing a wake-up call?
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Written by Professor Stefan Wolff. The unanimous vote in the UN Security Council on the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over rebel-controlled territory in eastern Ukraine is a welcome step. The resolution, drafted by Australia which lost 37 people in the tragedy, condemns the downing of the aircraft and calls for all states to co-operate with the investigation and demands that armed groups allow open access to the crash site.
Date:
23/07/2014
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences
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