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COSINUS (Conference on Systems of Innovation and the New role of Universities) 2018, co-organised by Dr Surja Datta and Dr Sola Adesola, both from the Department of Business & Management, and hosted by the Business School, Oxford Brookes University, was a great success. This international conference, fifth in the series, attracted delegates from England, Sweden, India, Morocco, Algeria, Canada, Brazil, Ireland, Scotland and Greece. The conference provided a platform to academics, young researchers, and practitioners for an inter-disciplinary discussion focusing on the theme of the conference “University-Industry Interactions –challenges and opportunities in a time of turbulence”.
A new research project between Oxford Brookes University and The Open University is investigating whether sharing photographs via social media mitigates loneliness in older people and enhances their wellbeing.
A survey by Oxford Brookes Business School has revealed that Blenheim Palace contributes nearly £90m to the economy annually.
On 07 December 2017, 13 OBBS PhD students attended an interactive workshop on finding and securing postdoctoral fellowship applications.
Millennials and pensioners are the shoppers least influenced by price, while affluent baby boomers are most likely to watch what they spend, according to research by Oxford Brookes University’s Professor Janine Dermody.
On Friday 17th November, Dr Andrea Bernardi convened a research seminar in the Business School. Professor Pasquale Tridico, the author of ‘Inequality in Financial Capitalism’ Routledge 2017, visited Oxford Brookes University to present his latest book.
Congratulations are due to OSHM’s Dr Kate Ji, who has just won an ESRC Impact Accelerator Knowledge Exchange Dialogues Award.
A one-day conference was organized by the Punjab Research Group at the Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom on 28 October 2017.
Professor Tatiana Bachkirova received an award from the Institute of Coaching at Harvard in honour of a decade of inspiring and supporting coaching science as a member of the Scientific Advisory Council.
Wednesday, October 18th was the 7th annual Anti-Slavery Day in the UK. Modern slavery is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world today. The UK is no exception!