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BBKNewsItemBirkbeck jumps 20 places in the People & Planet University League Table 2019
The College scored a ‘2:1’ in the environmental and ethical performance rankings.
BBKNewsItemHaringey students explore consumerism, Brexit and protest in Globalisation photography exhibition
The exhibition features the work of year 12 photography A-level students from North London, and will be displayed at Birkbeck’s Peltz Gallery
BBKNewsItemCreative Writing Lecturer Shortlisted for TV Choice Award
Birkbeck English and Humanities lecturer Daragh Carville's new drama The Bay on ITV has been shortlisted for a TV Choice Award.
BBKNewsItemInaugural Gwynne-Vaughan medal recognises Birkbeck PhD students’ work
Aren Roukema has been awarded the inaugural medal for his notable contribution to the field of English and Humanities.
BBKNewsItemUniversities Minister visits Birkbeck
Chris Skidmore MP gave a speech on access and participation in HE, as well as visiting Birkbeck’s world-leading Babylab
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck students among the most satisfied in the capital
The latest National Student Survey results rank courses highly for intellectual stimulation and place the College in London’s top five universities for teaching quality for the fifth consecutive year.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck project 'Me, Human' at the Science Museum
This summer Dr Gillian Forrester presents Me, Human, a series of experiments as part of ‘Live Science’ at the Science Museum.
BBKNewsItem chemical/x-pdbBirkbeck’s Enterprise programme recognised for supporting students in self-employment
The Enterprise programme, part of Birkbeck’s careers and employability service, was the runner-up in the University Partner of the Year category at the 5th annual IPSE Awards.
BBKNewsItem C source codeProfessor Joanna Bourke appointed 49th Gresham Professor of Rhetoric
Professor Bourke’s free lecture series, 'Exploring the Body', will examine the changing social, cultural, and political meanings given to the material body and reveal unexpected insights into what it means to be human.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck to play leading role in project to transform open access academic publishing
Professor Martin Eve will lead Birkbeck’s part in the project, which has been made possible through a £2.2 million grant from Research England.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck alumni in Queen’s birthday honours list 2019
Television presenter Bear Grylls, founder of the children’s Summer Reading Challenge, Anne Sarrag and public servant Gillian Arthur were all named as part of this year’s honours list.
BBKNewsItemScience Week 2019
This year’s programme, running from 24-29 June 2019, will see discussions on the intriguing science behind the adolescent brain, the search for life on Mars, and how we can tell what dinosaurs were like.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck welcomes David Ruebain as Visiting Professor
The eminent human rights lawyer and equality activist has joined Birkbeck’s School of Law.
BBKNewsItem x-conference/x-cooltalkBirkbeck Student Services partner with Citizens Advice
New partnership aids to improve student wellbeing.
BBKNewsItemCommunications Technologies on Trial
Birkbeck’s School of Law opens its doors to the public this June for a week-long programme of free events exploring the implications and regulation of communications technologies.
BBKNewsItemPrison overcrowding - a global public health issue
New report from The Institute for Criminal Policy Research warns of public health risks from prison overcrowding
BBKNewsItem text/texmacsEuropean Elections 2019: Birkbeck alumni win seats
Lecturer and alumna Barbara Gibson and alumnus Claude Moraes have both won seats in this month’s election.
BBKNewsItemResponse to Independent Panel Report to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding
Master of Birkbeck, Professor David Latchman shares his response to the Independent Panel Report to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding published today.
BBKNewsItemWhen does gaming become a problem?
Researchers have developed the first test to tell you how your gaming habits compare with the rest of the population, and are now looking at how socioeconomic factors and personality traits may contribute to the development of 'gaming disorders'.
BBKNewsItemThe War on Drugs and the Global Colour Line
New book from Birkbeck academic calls for changes in drug policy legislation