Launching the first art school MBA
This week, Birkbeck and Central Saint Martins celebrated an innovative new collaboration with the launch of their joint MBA programme.
Birkbeck psychologists receive Preyer Award
Professors Mark Johnson and Annette Karmiloff-Smith were awarded in recognition of their contributions to a better understanding of human development.
Book launch: Caring in Crisis? Humanitarianism, the Public and NGOs
A new book by Birkbeck's Dr Bruna Seu provided material for a fascinating conversation between leading members of humanitarian and international development organisations about how the sector can more effectively gain support for their work and promote public engagement.
Birkbeck awarded a silver Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) medal
The TEF aims to bolster social mobility and tackle inequality by allowing students to fulfil their aspirations and progress onto their chosen careers and Birkbeck’s Silver award recognises our unique and successful model for doing just that
Dorothy Beckford Scholarship awarded to English student Julia Okuboyejo
This prize is a bequest made by Dorothy Beckford, a former Birkbeck student who worked as an Adult Education Organiser, from a total donation of £50,000. The scholarship will pay for Okuboyejo’s fees for the next academic year.
Birkbeck Enterprise celebrates student entrepreneurs
Nine teams of students stepped up to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges to decide who would be awarded Best Business Idea and Best Business Pitch.
Coastal resilience and vulnerability
Research from the Department of Geography’s Dr Sue Brooks examines the impact from extreme weather in the UK, and how damage to coastlines can be mitigated.
Humboldt Research Prize for Professor Trentmann
Empire of Things author will use award to spend time in Germany working on moral economy
Birkbeck’s Mentoring Pathways celebrates a fifth successful year
Mentoring Pathways is a collaborative programme between Birkbeck and partners from the worlds of Business, Law and beyond. This network has developed into a talented, energetic and experienced team of mentors to support Birkbeck students to further their skills and realise their career aspirations.
This international conference emerges out of a shared sense that feminism today is confronted with a set of acute challenges, which are in urgent need of new resources and critical insight. It will be held on 22-24 June, and tickets are now available to book.