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Town and Gown organise “walk and talk” to debate joint approach to tackling mental health

Vice-Chancellor Sir Anthony Seldon, Buckingham Mayor John Harvey and Buckinghamshire High Sheriff Peter Kara organised a “walk and talk” around Buckingham’s picturesque parks and open spaces to debate how the growing problem of mental health issues amongst the young can … Read more >

Graduation 2018

Parents came from all four corners of the world for the annual Graduation ceremonies at the University. Some in beautiful traditional African dress mingled with others from far afield as Australia, China and America and more families than ever were … Read more >

Buckingham nominated in two categories for prestigious Whatuni awards

The University of Buckingham has been shortlisted for the Whatuni Student Choice Awards (#WUSCA) in the two most prestigious categories. Buckingham has been nominated in the lectures and courses category and also the student support category. Vice-Chancellor of the University … Read more >

Vice Chancellor to help improve Saudi education

Vice-Chancellor Sir Anthony Seldon has accepted an unpaid Government role as Special Representative for Education for the UK Saudi programme. It includes providing intellectual leadership and a strategic steer to the UK / Saudi education partnership, working closely with both … Read more >

Publication of the week: Dr Jasmine Hearn

Hearn, J H, Selvarajah, S., Kennedy, P., and Taylor, J. (2018) Stigma and self-management: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the impact of chronic recurrent urinary tract infections after spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord Series and Cases (2017), 4(12). Each year in … Read more >

Professor David Jacques wins Current Archaeology award for the Best Research Project of the Year

University of Buckingham archaeologist Professor David Jacques has won the most prestigious archaeology award in the country for his pioneering work at Stonehenge. He received the largest number of votes in the annual Current Archaeology award for the Best Research … Read more >

University and Milton Keynes Hospital launch new £8.5m Academic Centre

HRH The Duke of Kent officially has officially opened a £8.5m Milton Keynes University Hospital Academic Centre which cements a partnership between the University and the hospital. The University was honoured to have His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Bin … Read more >

Buckingham alumna donates £1.8m to create major University innovation and enterprise initiatives

  German entrepreneur, businesswoman and philanthropist Susanne Klatten has made a gift of £1.8m to fund an Innovation and Enterprise Centre at the University of Buckingham which will enable its enterprise and entrepreneurship department to grow significantly at a time … Read more >

University of Buckingham archaeologist fears plans for a tunnel at Stonehenge will destroy unique archaeological site

The Government decided in September to go ahead with a tunnel at Stonehenge but did not assess the environmental impact of the archaeological site Blick Mead – a mile and a half away – the only place in Great Britain that can trace people … Read more >

Publication of the week: Professor Susan Edwards

Edwards, S., “Unconnecting worlds: negotiating faith, culture and gender”.  J v B and The Child AB,  Fam Law  (January 2018) 56 When considering the welfare of the child in both in private and public law disputes the family courts are increasingly presented … Read more >

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