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The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is pleased to offer 3 full-time PhD Studentships across a range of subject areas for a September 2017 start.
An international team of scientists led by Dr Wesley Fraser has reconstructed the longest ever record of past sunshine using fossil pollen grains collected from lake sediments in Ghana, Africa. The study, published today in Scientific Reports, enables us to understand past changes in solar input to the global system over the past 140,000 years. Previously we have had to rely upon computer models to mathematically determine past solar inputs to the Earth.
An interdisciplinary group made up of teaching staff across the Department of Social Sciences will convene the first of the 2017 British Academy Conferences - an honour that recognises academic vision and leading-edge research from across the UK.
A lecturer in Human Geography at Oxford Brookes is part of a study making the case for conservation initiatives to be prioritised in Malaysia.
BBC2 will broadcast the award-winning Natural World documentary ‘Jungle Gremlins of Java’ on Saturday 5 November at 11.00am, about the under-threat slow loris primate.
Dr Duncan Green, a former PhD research student and current Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam, returned to Oxford Brookes to give a talk about his new book How Change Happens ahead of its publication
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is using cutting-edge virtual reality technology to recruit new students.
Dr Maia Pal, lecturer in International Relations at Oxford Brookes University, has been made a permanent member of the teaching and research staff in the Department of Social Sciences.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are delighted to welcome Dr Jon Wheatley to the Department of Social Sciences as lecturer in Politics.
Dr Simon Underdown will be talking about human evolution at New Scientist’s first ever four-day live science event in London this week (22-25 September)