Professor Celia Greenway (Director of Student Engagement) discusses the Inclusive Educator resource
Professor Ian Thomson writes for Financial Management on COP26 and what management accountants can expect from it.
Professor Martin Powell (HSMC), Dr Sophie King-Hill (HSMC) and Professor Ian Greener (University of Strathclyde) publish analysis of UK media coverage from the first months of the COVID pandemic.
Department of Strategy and International Business staff were interviewed for Frontline IB: Conversations with IB Scholars.
Professor Russell Mannion (HSMC) to give keynote at German conference on "Context and Culture in Health Services Research".
Nicholas Bailey, research fellow and actor, speaks about his experiences performing in the theatre during COVID19.
Dr Catherine Durose (INLOGOV, School of Government ), talks about three techniques to facilitate student transition.
The COVID-19 pandemic impacted wellbeing support for refugees who were part of the UK's Community Sponsorship Scheme (CSS)
New study says the government designed scheme preserves a worker's job during the COVID-19 pandemic but it provokes substantial decline of their monthly income that may trigger financial distress.
Dame Rachel de Souza, the Children's Commissioner for England will be delivering the Annual Priestly Lecture at the University of Birmingham.
The one constant during the Covid pandemic has been the contribution by individual volunteers and voluntary organisations to help those in need
By Dr Sarah Montano and Dr Inci Toral, Department of Marketing.
UAE national policymakers are joining the University of Birmingham in a major new research and evaluation partnership that will harness the University's expertise supporting the economic growth of the West Midlands.
Professor Simon Collinson outlines the important role of universities as both R&D producers and skills developers within the development of space-related innovation clusters in the West Midlands region.
By Professor Stan Siebert, Professor of Labour Economics.
The West Midlands Weekly Economic Monitor - 17th September 2021, provides an up-to-date monitor of the current COVID-19 economic impacts.
The book, which includes a chapter by HSMC Senior Fellow Steve Gulati, captures how individuals, organisations and governments adapted to a pandemic with profound health and socio-economic ramifications.
As part of the UoB report Addressing the Climate Challenge, HSMC's Steve Gulati and Catherine Weir explore the role of service innovation and public sector leadership in sustainable healthcare.
New research reveals that refugees, asylum seekers and migrants reported higher levels of bad health and inadequate housing during the COVID-19 pandemic
WMREDI and its partners have launched the West Midlands Data Lab. The data lab provides a single interactive portal for a wealth of up to the minute regional data and research.