In September 1990, Emma Parker jumped in her mum’s car and drove the 70 miles to Oxford Polytechnic from her home in Salisbury – determined not to miss out on the course she had set her heart on despite falling short of the grades she needed.
Anne Youngson ’10 studied MA Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes after retiring. She has been shortlisted for a Costa First Novel Award and won the Society of Authors’ Paul Torday Memorial Prize.
A tribute to Professor Chris Hawes. Plus there’s a Fulbright Award for an Oxford Brookes alumna and a Point of Light Award for an alumnus. Also, Game of Thrones star speaks on campus.
Inspirational new teaching and research spaces. Plus Institute of Technology in Swindon and restoring a lost artwork.
Professor Helen Dawes’ research is benefiting children and adults with disorders including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and autism. Discover how she used a rowing adventure to provide new insights into Parkinson’s.