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Last month, the University brought its 150th anniversary to a close by holding its very first Founders’ Day event. Over the last two years, the University has brought together students, staff, alumni, friends and supporters of the institution with members of the local community to celebrate the milestone.
Students and staff from Oxford Brookes’ Department of Sport and Health Sciences have been busy training a group of clients from Crisis, the national homelessness charity, to prepare them for a charity run.
Oxford Brookes is taking part in this years’ Oxford Festival of Nature (1-14 June).
University Alliance have today (2 June) released a new report calling for greater acknowledgment of the contribution of universities to UK innovation.
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management will celebrate the professional achievements of its worldwide community of graduates at the second Bacchus Alumni Awards.
Earlier this month, Oxford Brookes revealed four new research projects which have received Newton Funding to support science and innovation partnerships that promote the economic development and welfare of targeted developing countries.
Researchers from Oxford Brookes University and the Japan Wildlife Conservation Society have published two major studies this week documenting Japan’s role in the illegal pet trade of slow lorises.
An event to celebrate the official opening of the Special Collections and Archives was held at Oxford Brookes University on Thursday (21 January) afternoon.
Oxford Brookes has been listed as one of the world’s top universities for its international outlook.
Four new videos featuring talks by Chris Hawes, Professor of Plant Cell Biology at Oxford Brookes University are now available to watch online.