Many of our academics are trail blazers, internationally recognised for what they bring to their field. Their achievements include:
Awards and accolades
Oxford Brookes Vice Chancellor, Professor Alistair Fitt, was placed in the top 100 by the Science Council in 2014.
were recognised in 2015 by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors as having sustainable development principles embedded in its curriculum and research. Oxford Brookes' Real Estate and Construction department was one of them.
the Oxford Brookes MBA maintained its QS Distance Learning online rankings for the second year running.
Dr Patrick Alexander from the School of Education has received the 2014 Fulbright-Peabody Award from the US-UK Fulbright Commission. One of the most prestigious programmes operating worldwide, the award gives him the opportunity to research how schooling in New York and London shapes the aspirations and world views of final year inner-city school students.
Biologist Dr Louise Hughes won the international New England Bioscience Passion in Science Award 2014 for her groundbreaking work using 3-D models to bring the microscopic world of organisms to life. Her work was featured in the Science Uncovered exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London.
Tina Miller, Professor of Sociology, and Harriet Harriss, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, were selected from thousands of applicants to become two of just 60 members of the BBC Expert Women scheme.
as member of The German National Academy of Sciences, the Leopoldina, in 2015 was Paul Weindling, Research Professor in the History of Medicine. He will be working with the Leopoldina's Science Centre to develop collaborative research on the victims of Nazi medical experiments, thanks to an Anneliese Maier Research Award.