News from 2022
Oxford Brookes University news from 2022
11 November 2022
The Social Work team at Oxford Brookes University have been awarded ‘silver’ at the Social Worker of the Year Awards in recognition of their work to create a decolonised, anti-racist social work programme.
10 November 2022
Oxford Brookes University is hosting Thrive Festival once again in 2022, with a week of activities to inspire entrepreneurs to grow their businesses and celebrate ideas, creativity and innovation.
07 November 2022
New research conducted by a Europe-wide consortium has found that since starting work or study at their institution, nearly two in three students and staff responding to the UniSAFE survey have experienced at least one form of gender-based violence.
24 October 2022
People view labels on alcoholic drinks encouraging responsible consumption as a ploy by the industry to be seen as caring and are unlikely to lead to people drinking less.
20 October 2022
Matt Western MP, Shadow Higher Education Minister visited Oxford Brookes University today, Thursday 20 October.
19 October 2022
Oxford Brookes University has today unveiled its new fully immersive Virtual Reality Cave, the first in the UK that can be used to experience two different dynamic perspectives of a 3-D landscape simultaneously.
18 October 2022
An academic at Oxford Brookes University has received the highly prestigious Newton International Fellowship award from the Royal Society to conduct cutting-edge research on nanomaterials.
11 October 2022
Oxford Brookes is pleased to announce Paterson Joseph as its new Chancellor.
11 October 2022
Oxford Brookes University is offering free training sessions for its students and staff to come and learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) today, Tuesday 11 October 2022 as part of the Resuscitation Council’s UK’s Restart a Heart Day.
10 October 2022
Deforestation and climate change are driving tree-dwelling primates to descend to more ground living
A large-scale research study of 47 species of lemurs from Madagascar and monkeys from the Americas has found that tree-dwelling species are being driven to the ground due to the impacts of deforestation and climate change.