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Recent 2007 News

UCE Birmingham Man Gets Research Council Invite

September 14, 2007

Dr Mark Addis, a Reader in Philosophy and Cultural Theory at the University of Central England in Birmingham, has been invited to join the Arts and Humanities Research Council Peer Review College.

Study The Sociology Of Pop Culture At UCE Birmingham

September 14, 2007

Ever wondered why different people like different music? What is it about sport that gets so many people so excited? Why has the country gone mad about celebrities? 

Legislation Not the Answer to Knife Crime Crisis

August 24, 2007

A Birmingham Criminologist claims that the Innovation, Universities and Skills Secretary’s plans for ‘powerful new legislation’ may not be the answer to rising knife crime and anti-social behaviour.

UCE Birmingham Lecturer to Ride World Championship Waves

August 24, 2007

A Creative Writing lecturer from the University of Central England in Birmingham will be riding the waves next month when she competes in the IFDS Disabled Sailing World Championships.

Vital New Street Revamp Key To City's Future

August 06, 2007

A planning expert at the University of Central England in Birmingham says the £128m revamp of the New Street station is vitally important to the long-term future of city.

Monaghan Wins Waverton Good Read Award

July 23, 2007

Nicola Monaghan, the National Academy of Writing Fellow at the University of Central England in Birmingham, has won the fourth annual Waverton Good Read Award.

Leadership Key if Projects are to Avoid Wembley Delays

July 04, 2007

Expensive delays to major building projects, such as those experienced with Wembley Stadium, could be made a thing of the past, if professional leaders are available who can balance the competing positions of those involved.

Prestigious Philosophy Post for UCE Birmingham Man

July 03, 2007

Dr Mark Addis, a Reader in Philosophy and Cultural Theory at the University of Central England in Birmingham, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the British Philosophical Association.

UCE Birmingham Student Wins Woman In Property Award

July 03, 2007

Lisa Hastilow, from Kingswinford, near Stourbridge, has won the inaugural Woman in Property award for the West Midlands region.

Erdington student wins UCE Birmingham mentor of the year

June 28, 2007

An English student at the University of Central England in Birmingham has beaten off stiff competition to win the University’s Mentor of the Year award.