Watch Paterson’s passionate inauguration speech about the importance of story-telling and empathy.
Discover how Professor Nicola Ragge’s research is transforming the lives of children and their families.
Researchers at Oxford Brookes have not just responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with important discoveries in areas including vaccines, social inequality and the impact on health workers. But are addressing these issues – and many more – to build a better future.
View photographs of Headington Campus, from 1958 to the present day.
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.
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.
Effects of temporary hotels on homeless families, pioneering smart energy, hot chocolate help for MS and cancer patients’ needs not being met.
Inspirational new teaching and research spaces. Plus Institute of Technology in Swindon and restoring a lost artwork.
Oxford Brookes retains number one status in modern university ranking, new Greek partnership, degree apprenticeships, Stand Alone Pledge.
Professor Helen Dawes explains what Robin Buttery’s 71-day row across the Indian Ocean tells us about Parkinson’s.