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BBKNewsItem chemical/x-mdl-rdfileBirkbeck and Le Cordon Bleu London partnership wins innovation award
The Independent Higher Education Awards commended the BBA Culinary Industry Management and MSc Culinary Innovation Management as an innovative collaboration between a university and an independent provider.
BBKNewsItem C headerBirkbeck and NYU London’s new exchange scheme spearheads new research
A partnership established in January 2019 is encouraging new research and teaching collaborations across disciplines.
BBKNewsItemBoughton Studentship awarded to outstanding PhD candidate
The School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy has selected Olivia Engle for the Margery Boughton Studentship, funded by a generous legacy donation from its namesake's late alumna.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck endorses United Nations Global Refugees pledge
Birkbeck has signed the United Nations Global Refugees pledge, timely marking this year’s World Access to Higher Education Day.
BBKNewsItem chemical/x-molconn-ZBirkbeck celebrates ‘topping out’ of new ToddlerLab
The final brick was placed on the new facility, which will provide opportunities for major research to better understand the cognitive functions of toddlers’ brains.
BBKNewsItemProfessor Denis Pym
Denis Lisle Angelo Pym, May 3, 1936 – May 21, 2019.
BBKNewsItemProfessor Julia Lovell wins the Cundill History Prize
The prestigious prize recognises leading historians of our time and the best history writing in English. Professor Lovell wins this year for her book, 'Maoism: A Global History'.
BBKNewsItem application/x-troff-meBirkbeck Partners with Le Cordon Bleu London for New Masters Programme
The MSc Culinary Innovation Management will prepare students to shape the future of the industry with a creative, sustainable and entrepreneurial approach.
BBKNewsItem application/x-troff-meVisiting Professor Behrouz Boochani has left Australia's offshore detention regime
The Kurdish writer, journalist and activist was detained by the Australian and Papua New Guinean governments for six years.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck scientists to take part in DUO-India Fellowship Programme to tackle antibiotic resistance
Professors and students will take part in the UK-India initiative that works to reverse the tide of antibiotic resistance in global infectious bacterial pathogens. The initiative is funded by the ASEM-DUO Academic Exchange Programme.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck academic publishes book exploring tax collection in Greece
Dr Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos from Birkbeck’s Department of Politics has co-written a book with Argyris Passas, Associate Professor from Panteion University entitled ‘The Depoliticisation of Greece’s Public Revenue Administration’.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck academic appointed to Westminster Hate Commission
Professor Leslie Moran has been selected to contribute to the commission which is the first of its kind.
BBKNewsItem chemical/x-pdbNew report examines the misuse of pre-trial imprisonment
A new report, 'Pre-trial detention and its over-use: Evidence from ten countries', is published today by the Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research (ICPR), at Birkbeck. The report examines policies and practices that can lead to the over-use of pre-trial detention and makes recommendations for reform.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck welcomes 28 Chevening Scholars
A new cohort of Chevening Scholarship recipients will attend Birkbeck this year. The scholars reflect Birkbeck's international diversity and will study a wide range of subjects, united by a desire to acquire new knowledge to support development in their home countries.
BBKNewsItem text/texmacsBEI Prize giving Ceremony Celebrates Students’ Achievements
The School of Business, Economics and Informatics held an awards ceremony on graduation day to celebrate student successes.
BBKNewsItemCongratulations to Birkbeck’s Class of 2019
Birkbeck will celebrate the achievements of its graduating class across three days of ceremonies this November, and welcome five new Fellows to the College.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck commits to fair admissions for past offenders
Birkbeck has signed the Fair Chance for Students with Convictions pledge and altered its admissions policies to help people with past criminal convictions access university education.
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BBKNewsItem application/x-troff-meNew funding for future bio-scientists
The new funding award will provide an additional 190 PhD studentships across the LIDo Partnership over the next five years, at least 55 of which will be for collaborative research with industry.
BBKNewsItem x-conference/x-cooltalkFacilitating best back-to-work practice
Academics from Birkbeck’s Department of Organizational Psychology are developing a toolkit to support people returning to work after a period of ill-health.