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14/07/2015: Newman University CADLab awarded BBC Children in Need grant
Newman University has secured a grant from BBC Children in Need to develop its Drama department's work in Applied Theatre and Wellbeing to improve the lives of young sick children in local hospitals.
14/07/2015: Newman Professor Awarded Visiting Fellowship
A Professor from Birmingham’s Newman University has been awarded a visiting fellowship at the University of Glasgow, sponsored by Trinity College, in recognition of her expertise in biblical interpretation.
24/06/2015: Newman secures £1.8 million research funding
Researchers from Newman University, Birmingham have been awarded £1,872,654 by the Templeton Religion Trust to set up a research group team to examine the relationship between science and religion in society.
17/04/2015: New research shows “design thinking” is likely to be an instinctive phenomenon
A new study published in the online edition of Cognition suggests that non-believers and atheists, as well as religious believers, instinctively think there is a creator being or agency behind natural processes.
16/02/2015: Spring productions from Newman's Drama department
Over the Spring Newman Universitys second and third year Drama students will be performing two fantastic productions at both the Blue Orange Theatre and The Crescent Theatre in Birmingham City centre.
16/01/2015: Newman academics are world leading
Academics at Birmingham’s Newman University are celebrating after research carried out at the university was recognised as world leading in the latest research assessment exercise.
09/01/2015: Conference: Rethinking Poverty in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
We would very much like to welcome proposals for twenty-minute papers to be used at the conference, please read on to find out more.
07/01/2015: Royal meeting for Newman lecturer
Newman lecturer Dr Mark Holland enjoyed a regal end to 2014 when he met His Royal Highness, Prince William the Duke of Cambridge at homeless charity – St Basils – as part of his applied research for PESS.