Professor Stefan Wolff writes for the Conversation, explaining how, since 2014, Ukraine has been struggling to stay in control of its future.
Professor Scott Lucas writes for the Conversation, explaining why trying to predict, dissect and understand the US's attitude to the world has become almost impossible.
The Business Leaders Project Blog will bring readers up to date on the latest news from the pioneering project which is engaging with ethnic minority businesses in three of the most deprived areas of Birmingham. The partnership comprises Citizens UK, the GBSLEP Growth Hub, Natwest and CRÈME and each week we will hear from a different project partner to get their unique perspective on the project. This week's introductory blog is written by Professor Monder Ram and provides an excellent insight as to why this project is so important.
A team of 'sleep experts' from Universities of Birmingham, Oxford and Aberdeen are leading a study looking at teenagers sleep patterns and testing whether a later school start time could benefit them.
Every year the Centre for Tax Governance (CETAG) organises a conference that brings together experts from a variety of academic disciplines and professional fields. On 30 January, we had the pleasure of hosting our annual event at Fazeley Studios in Birmingham City Centre.
A new book edited by Professor Jon Glasby, at the University of Birmingham, provides a timely and much needed systematic assessment of recent policy developments across the four countries of the UK.
This year Business Engagement were announced as winners of the 'Team of the Year' award at the 2018 Birmingham University Awards for Tremendous Achievement (BUAFTAs.) The awards celebrate the incredible contributions of Professional Services staff – both as individuals and teams – across the University.
Simon Haworth outlines potential ways to improve practice in care proceedings
Els Van Geyte gives some tips on making international students feel more included
Professor Raquel Ortega-Argiles from City-REDI is leading a project examining in detail the likely impacts of Brexit on the UK's sectors, regions and cities. This storify illustrates the impact that the research from this project has made on the Brexit debate.
HEFi18 - The University of Birmingham Annual Conference on Higher Education Learning and Teaching.
The International Conference on Refugee Policies and Refugee Movements will be held on 16 February 2018.
Teaching Fellow Simon Haworth talks in a Community Care article about the emotional impact of care proceedings and questions whether adoption practice causes social harm.
Research published with Ashley Community Housing on facilitating new migrant business
The inaugural HEFi Awards were held at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on 8th February.
This week Samantha Gamblin gives some guidelines on how to consider equality and accessibility issues for programme specification
To mark the launch of the NAO-UoB Tax Centre, the latest post on the National Audit Office Blog outlines the role of the new centre and what it will mean for taxpayers and tax officials.
Read the latest policy brief by Fiona Nunan and Mary Menton on how renewable natural resources can be effectively governed, delivering on equity and sustainability.
We have two fully-funded PhD studentships (3 years full-time equivalent) to support City-REDI quantitative research team led by Professor Raquel Ortega-Argilés under the topics of regional economic systems and microdata analysis.
Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Co-Director of the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing, writes in the Business School Blog in aid of sexual abuse and violence awareness week.