Alumni news and events
From new research discoveries to the fascinating lives of our former students, there's always something interesting going on at Birmingham.
You can read the latest stories from the Alumni Office below, search our entire news archive or join our online alumni community, your.bham now. And if you want to update us on what you've been up to or catch up with old friends, check out our Class notes.
You can also view the latest edition of Old Joe online - the official magazine for Birmingham's alumni and friends, featuring exclusive videos, photo galleries and competitions. Previous editions are also available to read.
Sarah Greenham discusses the hazards caused by snow and ice
Acclaimed British soprano Mary Bevan releases her first single from her new album Visions illuminées on the Signum Classics label.
Experts call on global educators to give youth more opportunities to ‘break new ground’ during studies
Plans for East Birmingham’s transformation into a Green Energy and Innovation Quarter is being launched today by city partners.
Christopher Pietroni is joined by Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, an award-winning philanthropist and international model.
The law must be toughened up to make intentionally deceiving a person into engaging in sexual activity a crime, according to a new report published today.
The Dept of Film and Creative Writing is pleased to announce its One Minute Movie Competition, open to all University of Birmingham students, staff and alumni.
Recipient Emily Vincent undertook an archival research visit to the Florence Marryat Collection at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Dr Joshua Larsen welcomes the release of beavers on the the Ewhurst Park Estate
An international summer school to train promising early career researchers in quantum technologies has been announced by the UK’s Quantum Technology (QT) Hubs.
At the BLS blog, Dr Lovleen Bhullar discusses constitutional environmental duties of individuals in the context of India’s constitutional law and practice.
The wrapping paper has gone out for recycling; plans for the term are being made. Here we are at the hinge of the year, setting out again.