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New Graduate Gateway with the Chartered Institute of Marketing

New Graduate Gateway with the Chartered Institute of Marketing
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We are delighted to announce that Birmingham Business School's BSc Business Management with Marketing programme has been awarded with the Chartered Institute of Marketing's (CIM's) Graduate Gateway.
Date:
13/04/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students

Rising number of inexperienced pilots may lead to more crashes

Rising number of inexperienced pilots may lead to more crashes
Description
In the wake of the crash of Germanwings Flight 4U9525, Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour Amy Fraher examines the worrying trend in which many airlines are cutting costs by employing less experienced pilots in order to remain competitive.
Date:
01/04/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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State of the Nation: Ten things we learned about the NHS under the coalition

State of the Nation: Ten things we learned about the NHS under the coalition
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Unlike in 2010, healthcare was a key electoral battleground this May. In thinking through how we got from the 2010 inheritance to now, here are ten things we didn't know then but certainly know now.
Date:
19/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Four critical NHS issues that could keep Jeremy Hunt awake at night

Four critical NHS issues that could keep Jeremy Hunt awake at night
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HSMC's Mark Exworthy writes for 'The Conversation' on the paradox of competition and integration other key challenges facing the re-appointed health secretary.
Date:
18/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Experts share best autism practices with India

Experts share best autism practices with India
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On World Autism Awareness Day, UK experts are calling for stronger links with India to develop best autism practices that are relevant to the specific cultural and local needs of the country. A research team from the University of Birmingham, UCL Institute of Education (IOE) and the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (IIIT Hyderabad) are currently visiting schools in Hyderabad, engaging with teachers and parents on how technology can support children with autism in India.
Date:
13/04/2015
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences

CRRE supports statement to take racism out of the General Election

Description
The Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE) is one of numerous signatories supporting a call to keep racism out of the General Election campaign.
Date:
09/04/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Podcast: Emancipation without agenda? – The recovery of non-Western subjecthood and its implications for the study of world politics

Podcast: Emancipation without agenda? – The recovery of non-Western subjecthood and its implications for the study of world politics
Description
This discussion assembled scholars from different fields and of diverse regional expertise to present the different forms of non-Western subjecthood that they identify or envisage in order to discuss the possibility and constellations of non-Western subjecthood and corresponding forms of agency. The event thus made an attempt to link recent theoretical debates about a 'post-Western' IR with insights from other disciplines to show how post-colonial agency operates both within the framework of the international state system, but also appears in more diffuse and less obvious ways that serve to challenge and re-shape this system.
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?

Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?
Description
In this post, Dr Stephen Bates and Dr Mark Goodwin argue that a more rounded evaluation of Select Committees is needed to assess whether they deserve 'universal praise'.
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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