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BBKNewsItemBirkbeck launches search for new chair of governors
Sir Harvey McGrath is stepping down as he nears the end of his third term of service.
BBKNewsItemWelcome to the new academic year
Read a welcome message from the Master of Birkbeck, Professor David Latchman.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck's international outlook highly ranked in new world table
Latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings place Birkbeck in the top third of more than a thousand leading universities, and in the upper reaches for international outlook.
BBKNewsItemHalt to online sale of rocks discovered by Birkbeck team
Fragments from historic meteorite crash, discovered by Birkbeck geologists, were being sold on eBay.
BBKNewsItemWhy won’t Congress remove Trump’s finger from the nuclear button?
Discretion over the use of nuclear weapons is the ultimate presidential power, now in the hands of one of the most unpredictable presidents. New research by Professor Robert Singh looks at why Congress has made no serious efforts to change this.
BBKNewsItemLayers of London website launches
The online heritage mapping project enables virtual visitors to explore the history of London’s 32 boroughs in a way it has never been told before.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck graduate receives two top Psychology awards for research and academic excellence
Tanya Botha received both the British Psychological Society Undergraduate Award and Birkbeck's Honorary Research Fellows in Quantitative Psychology Prize for her research into ways to boost emotional resilience and wellbeing in individuals at risk of depression and anxiety.
BBKNewsItem Pascal source codeBirkbeck lecturer wins award for research into social influencers and corporate reputation
Dr Benedetta Crisafulli won the best paper award for a research paper exploring the impact of social influencers’ presence in crisis responses on corporate reputation.
BBKNewsItemRecovering women in the digital age
Recent PhD graduates will run a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to highlight the women who were instrumental in the setting up and running of the first Foundling Hospital.
BBKNewsItemNHS, games company and Birkbeck academics launch board game for doctors in distress
The game is based on research into the mental health of doctors and dentists, conducted by Dr Caroline Kamau and Dr Asta Medisauskaite.
BBKNewsItem C headerBirkbeck part of network examining student mental health
Creative writing lecturer Toby Litt leads for the College in a wide-ranging £8 million project.
BBKNewsItemOne World Festival at Birkbeck
From 24 to 29 September 2018, Birkbeck will host its first One World Festival, featuring public lectures, walking tours, food and music events to offer students and the local community the opportunity to meet, interact, and learn about other cultures. All events are free to attend.
BBKNewsItemBirkbeck welcomes Sir Richard J. Evans as Visiting Professor
The distinguished historian will join the College in October, where he will deliver masterclasses and lectures, and participate in public history events.
BBKNewsItem Octet StreamCameras roll on Birkbeck lecturer’s ITV drama
The Bay has been created by creative writing lecturer Daragh Carville.
BBKNewsItem text/texmacsBirkbeck psychologist recognised for outstanding contribution to the study of infants
Dr Sarah Lloyd-Fox will receive the Wiley Prize in Psychology from the British Academy in recognition of her distinction in research into infant cognitive development.
BBKNewsItemWelcome to Birkbeck
Congratulations to all new students joining us in October. We are still accepting applications through clearing and will be welcoming prospective students to our Clearing Open Day on Saturday 18 August.
BBKNewsItem D source codeDoctoral research funding success for Birkbeck in group bid
The College is among a number of institutions in a consortium to benefit from future awards.
BBKNewsItemObituary: Dr Anthony (Tony) William Warren
BBKNewsItem Octet StreamProfessor Ulrike Hahn wins prize for research into political accuracy and social media
Professor Hahn won the Computational Modeling Prize in Applied Cognition for a paper which examined how the accuracy of political information is affected as it is shared through social media networks.
BBKNewsItemBabies' response to 'peek-a-boo' could hold clue to autism
New research from Birkbeck, exploring the levels of brain activity of babies in response to social stimuli such as peek-a-boo and the sound of laughter, could show the earliest marker of autism to date.