BA Ancient History student, Elizabeth, gives her recommendations of things to see and do if you already are (or planning to be!) a Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology student at the University of Birmingham.
CoSS Deputy Wellbeing Manager Vickie Glynn is joined by Wellbeing Officers Conor and Georgie to break down the process for students on applying for extenuating circumstances (including extensions).
CoSS Deputy Wellbeing Manager Vickie Glynn is joined by Wellbeing Officers to talk about the impact of the COVID19 pandemic, what this means for students and offer tips to help adjust to studying or working from home.
Speaker: Dr Pablo Yanguas (Honorary Research Fellow at University of Manchester and international development consultant)
Talking to Science Communicator Andrew Glester in the July edition of Physics World Stories, Professor Kai Bongs, Director of the UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, discusses the latest developments in quantum technologies.
On 23 April 2018, the International Development Department of the University of Birmingham organised a workshop that brought together an interdisciplinary group of researchers from different universities across the UK with researchers and practitioners from NGOs.
At this seminar event, Peace presents her research on the dynamics of violence during and after conflict and the efforts that state and non-state actors make to address this violence.
Feasible anti-corruption strategies that have a positive developmental impact in developing countries are likely to be bottom-up solutions to sectoral problems where powerful interests can be induced to behave in more productive ways in their own interest.
In this seminar, leading scholars from POLIS, IDD and INLOGOV asked whether democracy can withstand the challenges it faces from disengagement, illiberal populism, and the growing influence of autocratic states.
How do armed conflicts influence crime? While previous studies have identified a mutually reinforcing "cycle" between armed conflict and crime, our knowledge about the precise conditions under which rebellion shapes criminal behaviour during conflict remains limited.
Gary spoke to our MBA students as part of our Distinguished Leaders Series, in which he gave some insight into his experience as a former MBA student at Birmingham and how it benefited his career.
POLSIS and the Department of Theology and Religion invited three leading scholars to present on the theme of 'Religiously-based political violence: What does God have to do with it?"