As alumni send in photographs and memories from their time at Birmingham, we will update this section. Send your photographs and memories to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Arundel (1968 BSc Mechanical Engineering, 1971 PhD Mechanical Engineering): "I particularly remember the lovely campus, the space provided by the adjoining playing fields and all the 'new' buildings."
R. Peter York (1963 BSc Civil Engineering): "Great to commence studies in brand new building - by canal. I must have been one of the few engineers in the University choir, led by Prof. Anthony Lewis. The experience has kept me singing for nearly 50 years with the Royal Choral Society."
Leslie Castle (1988 BSc Mathematics): "Founders on a Friday night."
Peter Davies (1954 BSc Mechanical Engineering): "1. Visit of Greer Garson to talk in the Students Union. 2. Roller skating each Saturday morning in the Phys. Ed. department. 3. The newly-opened Mech Eng department facilities. 4. Camps at Lake Coniston on vacation (summer)."
Brian Orange (1968 BSc Chemical Engineering): " I much enjoyed my 3 years in Edgbaston. I started in the brand new Lake Hall for 2 years, before taking a flat with 4 others down the Bristol Road. One of my sons, Simon, did 3 years for a BSc in Biochemistry and subsequently an MSc in Computer Science. From 1976 to 2011 when I retired, I was the owner and MD of a chemical distribution company based in Winchester called Orange Chemicals Ltd."
Ken Ball (1973 MSc Thermodynamics): "Enjoyed my year with the group under leadership of Prof Frank Bannister and Dr Rayleigh and relaxing in the Post Grad Hut."
Watch alumni share their memories from their time at Birmingham with footage taken at the 2010 alumni reunions.
Take a look at the Guild of Students: Our History publication (PDF - 3011KB) for more archive photos.
We would be delighted to receive any photographs from your time at Birmingham for inclusion on the reunion website, you can email these to email@example.com or send them to EPS Alumni Office, Gisbert Kapp Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT and we can take a copy and return them to you.
A range of gifts and souvenirs to remind you of your time at the University of Birmingham are now available to order online. Please visit www.shop.bham.ac.uk