Dr. Lila Kossyvaki, has received funding from Erasmus Plus to lead study focusing on the provision of resources for autism professionals
Universities are under growing pressure to improve accessibility for students. But is it working?
Chris Skidmore MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation visited the University of Birmingham to take part in a roundtable discussion.
During Autism Awareness Week, Dr Lila Lila Kossyvaki reflects on how we can bridge the gap between theory and research, and the lives of people who are living with autism.
In January Universities Minister Chris Skidmore MP expressed a commitment to ensuring disabled students do not feel restricted in applying to a university due to barriers to access.
VICTAR and Thomas Pocklington Trust launch their Our Right to Study campaign report in parliament
Dr Matthew Schuelka was invited to share his work on inclusive education at the International Summit on Inclusion and Diversity in Education in Denmark
The University of Birmingham have published the results of a Longitudinal Transition Study, funded by Thomas Pocklington Trust.
Professor Julie Allan addresses meeting convened by Unia to consider disability rights compliance.
The School of Education in the University of Birmingham is delighted to announce the appointment of Colin Diamond CBE as Professor of Educational Leadership.
Professor Rita Jordan, argues that providing autistic friendly events for those with autism may encourage greater segregation
The inaugural lecture of Professor Graeme Douglas, saw students and members of the community join Professor Douglas on campus as he considered vision impairment, disability and education.