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Graduation 2016: University of Buckingham Honorary Graduates

19 March 2016

The first graduation with Sir Anthony Seldon as Vice-Chancellor was a spectacular success with students coming from all corners of the world to be rewarded for the fruits of their hard work. The Honorary Graduates were TV presenter Jeremy Paxman,…

An interview with Eva Schloss

17 March 2016

On Tuesday 15 March 2016 Eva Schloss was on stage at the Chandos Road Building to talk about her life. Meg Pettit (English MA student and the University’s Publicity Assistant) met her beforehand for an interview. When the Buckingham Advertiser…

Talk by Dr Barbara Lasic at the Wellcome Collection

17 March 2016

On 24 March 2016, Dr Lasic is giving a talk at the Wellcome Collection in London entitled Dangerous Liaisons. Vilified and mocked, yet irresistibly enticing, cosmetic artifice in the eighteenth century was no longer the preserve of wealthy elites and was…

Dentons Day: Professional Skills Day at International Law Firm in Central Milton Keynes

16 March 2016

A group of eight law undergraduates attended Dentons Solicitors on 9 March 2016 for a professional skills workshop day, supported by academic lead, Professor Judith Bray and Street Legal Administrator, Julie O’Shea. The day began with an introduction from Peter…

Visit by the delegation from the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture

16 March 2016

We were delighted to welcome the Inspector General and two research managers from the Ministry of Agriculture in Iraq together with the Managing Director of Russell IPM. The purpose of the meeting was to consider if we can help the…

In the news – 15 March 2016

15 March 2016

Professor Anthony Glees was interviewed about: a Luton mother’s concerns about the Prevent counter-radicalisation programme and her young son on BBC Three Counties Radio the IS jihadi recruitment files on the BBC TV News Channel the statement by the national…

Publication of the week: Dr Patricia Covarrubia

14 March 2016

Patricia Covarrubia, “Protection of non-agricultural GIs: a window on what is happening in Latin America”, European Intellectual Property Review, E.I.P.R. 2016, 38(3), 129-131. This piece examines “the laws in South American states on the protection of geographical indications (GIs) relating…

Buckingham shortlisted for Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2016

11 March 2016

The University of Buckingham has been shortlisted for the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2016 in the Course and Lecturers Category. Buckingham is one of ten to make the shortlist in the Course and Lecturers Category, which the University was also…

Chris Woodhead’s legacy lives on – and it’s training thousands of happy teachers

10 March 2016

The controversial former boss of Ofsted’s philosophy lives on in the University of Buckingham’s education department, writes his former right-hand man Geraint Jones. I attended a Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of Sir Chris Woodhead at St…

In the news – 8 March 2016

8 March 2016

Print and radio appearances: Professor Anthony Glees took part in a USA National Public Radio panel discussion on the European migrant crisis, Germany and the UK: click here. The Daily Star, ‘Security experts want Euro 2016 ‘moved to England over…