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University of Buckingham invests £100k in local state schools

The University of Buckingham is today writing to Headteachers of all state schools in Buckinghamshire County Council inviting them to nominate colleagues for a brand new £100k scholarship scheme. As one of the leading providers of teacher training in the … Read more >

Call for papers: The Roman art world in the 18th century and the birth of the art academy in Britain

The Accademia di San Luca and the British School at Rome (BSR) invite submissions for papers for the conference The Roman Art World in the 18th Century and the Birth of the Art Academy in Britain, to be held in … Read more >

The world’s first online Bachelor of Science in Operational Excellence

The University of Buckingham’s Business Improvement Science and Lean Department has teamed up with Operational Excellence (OpEx) consultants and trainers Reinvigoration to develop the world’s first online Bachelor of Science in Operational Excellence.   This programme is the brainchild of Professor Pauline Found, working … Read more >

University of Buckingham Professor awarded New Years Honours

Professor Anthony O’Hear, of the School of Education, has been awarded an OBE for services to education. He is Director of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, editor of the journal Philosophy, author of many books on the subject, and was formerly Government … Read more >

Vice-Chancellor calls for permanent World War One Memorial

There is a serious danger that the centenary of the Great War will come and go without a due recognition of the significance of the four years, says historian University of Buckingham Vice-Chancellor Sir Anthony Seldon. He said: “Major anniversaries … Read more >

Buckingham strikes up new relationship with Spanish University

As part of its ambitious plans to forge strong links with the most innovative independent universities worldwide, Buckingham has commenced work on a programme of joint teaching, research and academic/professional exchange with Spain’s Camilo José Cela University in Madrid. Talks … Read more >

University mourns the loss of Concordia Soanes

The Law School Community is immensely shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of our friend and colleague, Concordia Soanes, who died on 16 December after a very short and sudden illness. Concordia was a true friend to staff and students. … Read more >

Publication of the week: Dr Jasmine Hearn

Hearn, J H, Finlay, K A, Fine, P A, & Cotter, I. Neuropathic pain in a rehabilitation setting after spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of inpatients’ experiences. Spinal Cord Series and Cases (2017), 3(1), 17083. A large … Read more >

Professor Philip Pettit – a former Dean of Law Fondly Remembered

Professor Philip Pettit was Dean of Law for several years retiring from Buckingham in 1990. He had a significant impact on the shaping and the development of the school in the early days. Professor Pettit continued to play an active … Read more >

University Stonehenge project nominated for prestigious awards

The University of Buckingham’s Stonehenge research has been nominated for one of the country’s most prestigious archaeology awards. Senior Research Archaeologist David Jacques‘ Blick Mead project is in the running for the top award for making an outstanding contribution to … Read more >

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