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    UoB Research Cuts Branded a ‘Betrayal’ by Academic Staff

    The College of Arts and Law (CAL) has proposed to cut down the time academic staff spend on research, which one lecturer has branded a ‘betrayal’ by the University of Birmingham

    Written by Liam Taft on 19th April 2019

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    UoB Researchers Receive Funding to Reduce STIs in Men Aged 16-25

    Academics at the University of Birmingham are collaborating with researchers from the University of Southampton, the University of Westminster, and Coventry University to launch a new study to help improve condom use amongst young people, especially men, aged 16 to 25 in the UK to tackle sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

    Written by Aneesa Ahmed on 3rd April 2019

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    UoB Announces Interdisciplinary Links With Singapore University

    The University of Birmingham (UoB) is hosting a major global multi-disciplinary initiative on the Edgbaston Campus from the 18th - 27th March in partnership with the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore

    Written by Florence Jones on 1st April 2019

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    ‘Abhorrent’ Pritchatts Road Housing Plans Conclusively Denied

    Plans to build new accommodation that would house over 500 University of Birmingham students have been conclusively denied by councillors at the final round of discussions

    Written by Emily Darby on 27th March 2019

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    UoB Students Show Solidarity with School Pupils in Climate Strike

    On Friday 15th March, a number of University students attended the Youth Strike 4 Climate in Birmingham City Centre

    Written by Florence Jones on 23rd March 2019

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    UoB Nursery First in Birmingham to Commit to Sustainability

    The Maples Day Nursery is the first nursery in Birmingham to pledge its commitment to creating a more sustainable environment for young children

    Written by Charlotte Gill on 23rd March 2019

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    Trans Staff at Risk From New Database

    The New Core online staff system is set to launch in June but will only allow legal names to be displayed, meaning that transgender staff members could be outed by the database

    Written by Liam Taft & Megan Stanley on 22nd March 2019

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    Guild Introduces Free Drug Testing Kits as Part of Harm Reduction Campaign

    The Guild of Students has announced that it will give out free drug testing kits to students as part of the Harm Reduction Campaign

    Written by Liam Taft on 21st March 2019

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    Redbrick News Investigates: How Safe Are Student Cyclists?

    News Reporter Florence Jones investigates road safety for cyclists in Birmingham

    Written by Florence Jones on 21st March 2019

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    Vice-Chancellor Question Time 2019: LIVE

    The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Eastwood, and a panel of the University's senior management team are answering students' questions in the Debating Hall

    Written by Sophie Woodley, Aneesa Ahmed, Charlotte Gill, Liam Taft & Megan Stanley on 18th March 2019

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    New UoB-Warwick Partnership Aims to Boost the Local Economy

    An £800,000 research project led by the University of Birmingham and Warwick University has been launched in the hope to reduce social inequality and improve productivity in the West Midlands

    Written by Emily Darby on 18th March 2019

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    UK to Leave but Erasmus to Stay?

    News Reporter Charlotte Gill met with the University's Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Robin Mason, to discuss the impact of Brexit on the Erasmus programme

    Written by Charlotte Gill on 13th March 2019
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