Aaron Lansberry has won the coveted Engalnd Golf Coach of the Year Award.
The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity recognises scholarship excellence.
Veganism – Can it save humans and the planet? Professor Janice L Thompson writes for The Birmingham Brief.
At a time when the number of homeless is hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons, the My Strengths Training for Life (MST4Life)™ programme is working to reduce these figures.
Dr Melrose Stewart from the University of Birmingham and lecturer in Sport Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences was one of three experts featured in the hugely successful Channel Four programme which won a prestigious Grierson Award.
The School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences is honoured and proud to have been awarded a Silver Athena Swan Award in October 2018 from the Equality Challenge Unit.
Academic staff from all School within the College will be in Hong Kong w/c 29th October.
Josh graduated in July 2017 with a double major in Psychology and Sport Science.
Funded by Public Health England, a new review and infographic was launched today. The review provides vital evidence for the health benefits of physical activity for disabled adults.
On 10 October, The Alan Turing Institute, which is the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, appointed 22 researchers from the University of Birmingham, including nine from the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
A new home-based rehabilitation programme could help thousands of heart failure patients to achieve a better quality of life, research carried out in collaboration with the University of Birmingham has found.
The new campaign, called Every Mind Matters, highlights that while we can all feel stressed, anxious, low or have trouble sleeping, there are simple actions we can take to manage these issues and prevent them from becoming more serious.