Oxford Brookes Business School research news articles
17 October 2023
The benefits of volunteering at a parkrun have been highlighted by an Oxford Brookes academic as a shining example of a non-profit organisation engaging with communities.
01 June 2023
An initiative to find solutions to the gender gap in STEM researchers who become business leaders is taking place at Oxford Brookes University.
13 April 2023
Charities collaborate a lot, including being part of networks that share knowledge, cohabiting office space, or developing joint funding bids. But what happens when charities collaborate around mission?
19 December 2022
Oxford Brookes University is involved in a new Innovate UK funded research project into the barriers to innovation and enterprise faced by disabled people.
28 November 2022
Oxford Brookes University is offering local business leaders the chance to access a fully funded course that will help them grow their companies.
25 November 2022
New mobile-based survey launched to study the impact of the pandemic and improve responses to future crises
17 October 2022
Sara le Roux, Lauren Tuckerman and Tim Vorley were at the House of Lords to launch their new report on Small Business Sustainability: Insight & Implications.
01 July 2022
Researchers from several universities who had all been previously involved in research with older people came together with a common purpose.
20 June 2022
DCM Student Lanre Olusola awarded Double Honorary PhDs in Behavioural Change Psychology & Leadership
Lanre Olusola, one of Oxford Brookes Business School’s Doctor of Coaching and Mentoring students, has been awarded two honorary doctorates for his contribution to his profession, discipline and clients.
10 June 2022
Dr Ioanna Iordanou has been awarded the prestigious Venetian Research Program Award, offered by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, to support historical research on Venice and the former Venetian Empire.