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  • UWE Bristol awards honorary degree to Richard Pendlebury MBE DL


    UWE Bristol will award the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Business Administration to Richard Pendlebury MBE DL in recognition of his social entrepreneurship and services to the charitable sector.

  • Masculinity and the link with the banking crisis


    An article on the role of masculinity in the ongoing financial crisis has been published in the July issue of Organisation journal. The article, entitled 'Managing Masculinity/Mismanaging the Corporation' is, according its co-author, Professor David Knights from UWE Bristol, highly topical due to the range of current issues surrounding banking, the LIBOR rate and executive bonuses.

  • UWE day on Education for Sustainable Development in Practice


    UWE staff gained practical insight and inspiration for bringing sustainable development into learning and teaching with a day on Education for Sustainable Development held on June 29th. Attendees were introduced to the principles and issues of bringing sustainable development into teaching across a range of subject areas.

  • Research team says 'talking bollocks' could save your life


    UWE Bristol Social Marketing Centre, patient support group 'It's in the Bag' and Bristol Testicular Cancer Service based at Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre (BHOC) are working in partnership to encourage young male students to get involved in designing a campaign to build awareness of the symptoms of testicular cancer.

  • UWE Bristol student Andrew Pozzi wins Gold in 110m hurdles


    British hurdling athlete, Andrew Pozzi, who is a student at UWE Bristol struck Gold and smashed the record in the 110m Hurdles final at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) outdoor championships last weekend (5-6 May 2012), at the Olympic Stadium in London.

  • Get Paid: UWE Bristol researcher, Dr Salima Paul, provides trade credit advice for small businesses


    UWE Bristol's Dr Salima Paul, in collaboration with Professor Rebecca Boden (University of Roehampton), has published a report, 'Getting Paid: lessons for and from SMEs', commissioned and funded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). This was the first major qualitative study of the problems faced by UK businesses being paid late. Dr Paul interviewed 40 UK firms and their larger suppliers to gain a better understanding of the factors that influence payment arrangements and relationships between companies.

  • National Employee Savings Trust (NEST): Who gains, who loses?


    National Employee Savings Trust (NEST): Who gains, who loses? was the topical subject of a recent one day event at UWE Bristol exploring the impact of the National Employee Savings Trust initiative to be introduced in 2012.

  • New Banksy book – The Bristol Legacy


    Banksy: The Bristol Legacy

    Edited by Paul Gough

    Redcliffe Press

    Published April 2012

    160pp 100 (mainly colour) illustrations softback £14.99

    The Banksy v Bristol Museum exhibition held in 2009 was arguably the most successful exhibition held in the city attracting record numbers of visitors who queued for hours to witness what some may consider to be the most anarchic ever takeover of an established regional museum.

  • UWE Bristol student Andrew Pozzi shines at the World Indoor Championships


    British hurdling athlete, Andrew Pozzi made an impressive senior debut finishing fourth in the 60m hurdles final at the recent Word Indoor Championships in Istanbul. Competing against the world's best, Andrew twice broke his personal best to achieve a new time of 7.56s in the lead up to the final.

  • UWE Bristol wins two Intellectual Property Awards


    UWE Bristol has received two prestigious awards from the Intellectual Property Office for the Bloodhound@University project and a joint win for the Knowing and Growing project which is a collaboration with the University of York, the University of Sheffield and Southampton Solent University. UWE Bristol is the only university in the UK to pick up two Intellectual Property Awards.

  • Meet the leaders of industry at UWE Bristol


    Wednesday 22 February 2012, 18:00-20:30, Frenchay Campus

    Peter Rogers, CEO of Babcock plc, will share his experience of transforming a business at the next Distinguished Executive Address at UWE Bristol.

  • 'From screen stands to headphones, understanding the customer is key to great design' say UWE Bristol graduates


    UWE Bristol graduates, David Hayhurst and Gemma Beeching, have combined their expertise to form Product by Design, a company based in Bristol that specialises in putting the user at the heart of the product design process.

  • Meet the leaders of industry at UWE Bristol


    Thursday 9 February 2012, 18:00-20:30, Frenchay Campus

    Mitie Group Chief Executive and UWE Bristol honorary graduate, Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE will launch the University's Distinguished Executive Address Series with an inspiring insight for budding entrepreneurs.

  • UWE MBA programme offers expertise to SW advanced engineering companies


    UWE Bristol's MBA programme is linking up with the South West's Advanced Engineering and Aerospace iNet (AAE iNet) to offer free business expertise to advanced engineering companies.

    The Bristol MBA is designed to allow postgraduate students to take a step toward senior management by providing them with the skills they will need to improve business and service performance, achieve change, bring out the best in people, boost profitability and deliver long-term success through innovative strategic thinking.

  • UWE Bristol's KTP with Blue Sheep is rated 'outstanding'


    A joint project between Blue Sheep, a marketing data company based in Cheltenham, and UWE's Bristol Business School has been classed as 'Outstanding' by the funders, the Technology Strategy Board.

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