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.
The Government is raising an army of volunteers to help the NHS survive this winter, but will they succeed and what impact might the volunteers have?
In the face of a changing climate, long-life road surfaces could provide more durable highways and value for money in low-income countries
Experts from the School of English, Drama and Creative Studies share their Christmas reading recommendations.
Dr Jo Cutler and Dr Patricia Lockwood discuss ways to strengthen your relationships and form new ones this Christmas.
Birmingham Law School's Dr Peter Coe writes for the BLS Research blog.
Ukrainians need a safe space to call home and their hosts are making 'friends for life', as the Homes for Ukraine Scheme opens the door to a whole new world
Construction of the largest radio telescope ever conceived has begun, but is bigger always better?
Pianist and university academic Dr Ceri Owen has taken a prominent role in events marking 150 years since the birth of Vaughan Williams.
Technological innovation could help reduce the number of injured people in developing countries dying unnecessarily
The University of Birmingham has hosted the 5th annual Sir William Siemens Challenge in the state-of-the-art School of Engineering Makerspace.
Visitors to Alderley Edge are in for a magical treat this Christmas, thanks to a new app developed with our experts
The University of Birmingham is launching a teaching and research programme in Jain Studies named after leading Jain apostle Bhagavan Dharmanath.