A group of EESE alumni return to campus 50 years after they first started.
Did you know that College of Engineering and Physical Sciences graduates make up approximately 22% of the University's alumni population and are among the most generous donors to the Circles of Influence campaign?
On behalf of everyone in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, we'd like to say a huge congratulations to all our new undergraduate and postgraduate alumni who received their degree certifications in July!
On Saturday 14 June 2014 we welcomed alumni from across the College back to campus for a special day of celebrations and activities. Over 170 alumni and guests from as far back as 1946, up to our 2012 graduates attended.
As UK manufacturing experiences an upturn, Professor John R. Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Competitiveness at Birmingham Business School, explains this unexpected phenomenon.
Chemistry alumna Deborah Inskip tells the story of her varied career and her year as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire
The 16th reunion of the Departments of Mining and Minerals Engineering was held in Birmingham over the weekend of 9-10 May 2014. Organiser Iain Wells reports on the weekend's events.
The University honours the memory of alumnus and former Dean of the University of Surrey Faculty of Engineering, Professor Ken Stephens
As an active supporter of our scholarships, David Seccombe plays helps enable students achieve their full potential. When he decided to embark on a charity trek, student Kian Mistry stepped in to return the favour.
Do you have fond memories of your time at the University? As a graduate of one of the nine schools in the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences, we'd love for you to join us for a reunion on Saturday 14 June.
Computer Science alumnus Adam Ball has launched a new platform to bridge the skills gap between education and the workplace, helping aspiring young coders gain vital commercial experience whilst studying.
Three students have received financial support from the Bill Willetts Science Scholarship. Benjamin Giblin, George Morton and Sara Ali have each participated in project work this summer thanks to the travel bursary.