An article in the Guardian newspaper, reviews diversity in the University of Birmingham School.
CHASM has been awarded £1,000 from the University of Birmingham's Alumni Impact Fund to deliver a pilot project, assessing the financial capability needs of graduating students.
Should democracies give foreign aid to countries that are not democracies?
Fiona Carmichael and Jo Duberley in The Conversation: Research shows two-thirds of women surveyed reported a moderate to severe impact on their working lives and some even left employment altogether.
The co-directors of the Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership, at the University of Birmingham, analyse the long anticipated NHS Long Term Plan.
Asmiati Malik, Doctoral Researcher in Political Economy in POLSIS, calls for more research on Papua that can contribute to solving complicated problems in eastern Indonesia.
The University of Birmingham and Alliance Manchester Business School (Alliance MBS) at the University of Manchester have been awarded a five-year contract to deliver the NHS Leadership Academy's award-winning Elizabeth Garrett Anderson MSc programme.
In Blunder, Patrick Porter looks back at the justifications used by Britain to take up arms and join America in its quest to topple Saddam Hussein.
The last adult in the Trump White House playground has gone – and the president is throwing his toys around. James Mattis, as defence secretary, was one of three retired generals in the Trump administration whose hope was to contain an ill-informed, temperamental, and unpredictable president.
Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas has just published a new monograph on "The Politics of Migration in Modern Egypt - Strategies for Regime Survival in Autocracies".
Professor John Bryson in The Conversation: There are other things which cause air pollution – cars, for example – which will have a much bigger impact.
Birmingham Business School are offering new scholarships for the Executive MBA Programme.
When should Christmas really start? Professor of Enterprise and Competitiveness John Bryson argues for a rediscovery of the value and meaning of Advent.
The rules need resetting in favour of a newly skilled multi-professional front line for mental health care which is designed around people's needs rather than tweaking an outdated primary/secondary care system that is based on faulty assumptions.
The recent events at Gatwick Airport show how vulnerable airport infrastructure is from the fast-evolving and disruptive technology of unmanned drones. This vulnerability carries with it the risk of accident and injury or even loss of life.
John Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Competitiveness, writes: Value is too often taken for granted and perhaps it is too often assumed that value is equated with economic value or too simply defined as profit or revenue.
Dr Roshan Boojihawon writes: After its recent decision to make recyclable crisp packets in response to mounting pressure from its consumers, Walkers seems to have become known as the 'responsible' crisp manufacturer. Although some see this as a responsible move, I would argue otherwise.
A national taskforce reports on the differences in the way women and men experience mental ill health, and their practical implications for the commissioning and provision of mental health services for women. HSMC's Dr Karen Newbigging contributed to this report.
Dr Tereza Capelos, Senior Lecturer and ICCS Deputy Director, has co-edited a Special Issue of the journal Political Psychology (with Julie Hassing Nielsen), focused on The Political Psychology of European Integration: Brexit and Beyond.
While we might think of Christmas as the season of goodwill in terms of encouraging a few extra donations, real structural change is needed to limit food insecurity in the UK.