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“Birmingham has an indigenous skills shortage, despite our world class universities. Too often we bring in talented people and give them the skills they need, just for them to leave again”...
Birmingham Conservatoire will be celebrating the works of Russian composer Alexander Skryabin next month, with a series of inspirational performances coinciding with the centenary year of his...
A community has been demonised and the reputation of Birmingham damaged due to the Muslim-Western tensions that exist following the Trojan Horse investigations, said community activist Salma...
"It's time the UK got over its morbid addiction with punishment and started working better with offenders," claimed HM Chief Inspector of Probation Paul McDowell this week in Birmingham.
One of the region's most influential campaigners for inner city issues, Salma Yaqoob, will receive an Honorary Doctorate from Birmingham City University today (Monday 26 January).
A key player in the establishment of the world-leading Centre for Defence Medicine at Birmingham’s new Queen Elizabeth Hospital will receive an award from Birmingham City University next week.
Paul McDowell, HM Chief Inspector of Probation, will be awarded an Honorary Doctorate on Monday 26 January, at a Birmingham City University graduation ceremony.
"Parents need to incorporate technology into the play options available to children rather than into an item placed on a pedestal", said Dr Katerina Kantartzis, Lecturer in Psychology at...
Students from Birmingham City University are proving they are quick off the starting blocks as they set about transforming a small domestic car into a racing car.
A graduate will be returning to his roots this January as part of the latest in the Creative Networks event series.
Birmingham City University is investing £20m in new facilities that promise a major contribution to the health and wellbeing of the West Midlands.
Earlier this month, Conservatoire student George Stuart organised a memorial concert as part of his final year project, raising £5,945 for Cancer Research UK and Compton Hospice.
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