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Article about BME and degree attainment published by senior lecturer
While all eyes will be on Oxford and Cambridge Universities this weekend for the annual Boat Race, we’re pleased to report that Oxford Brookes have also been doing their part to make this a special race.
A study from academics at Oxford Brookes has identified new strategies to support stressed social workers.
Dr Shelly Coe, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition at Oxford Brookes University, has led a study into how a hot chocolate drink could be effective in tackling the fatigue associated with multiple sclerosis (MS).
This event offered an excellent opportunity for our hard-working PhD students to showcase their work and receive feedback from a wider audience. In addition to inspiring talks and informative posters, it was also a great chance to talk to trusted suppliers who kindly agreed to sponsor the event.
Shelly Coe, Lecturer in Nutrition at Oxford Brookes, was interviewed on BBC Breakfast this morning (14 January 2019) to talk about the University’s research with those taking part in the Indian Ocean Row 2018.
A study led by a researcher at Oxford Brookes University has found positive improvements in the experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) teachers and students in Further Education when it comes to inclusion, support and openness.
Students studying social work at Oxford Brookes University have been able to gain better placement opportunities through an annual placement matching event.
It is with great pleasure that Oxford Brookes can announce that, after much hard work and combined effort, our Sport & Exercise Science and Sport, Coaching & Physical Education programmes now offer students the option to achieve level 2 (fitness instructor) and level 3 (personal trainer) qualifications, accredited by the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).