Open Day - June 2017

Open Days

Saturday 25 November, 9am – 3pm (UG)

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Our People

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  • Dr Caroline Archer

    School of Visual Communication

    Caroline runs the Typographic Hub , at Birmingham City University; the Hub works to promote the history, theory and practice of typographic design. Research is the primary activity of the Hub and current projects include: 18th century printing; printing in the English Midlands including John Baskerville, Leonard Jay and the...

  • Dr Olatunde Aremu

    Lecturer in Health Economics and Management, and Enterprise Lead, Public Health and Therapies

    Dr. Aremu specialises in Health Economics and Management and Population health. Dr. Aremu completed doctoral training at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm. He has more than 15 years’ of experience spanning MedTech consulting, Public Health, clinical practice and academia. Dr. Aremu has held a couple of postdoctoral academic...

  • Dr Olia Arustamyan

    Lecturer

    Dr Olia Arustamyan is a Lecturer in Law. Her main research interests are in philosophy of law and moral philosophy more generally. Olia lectures in criminal law and criminal evidence at undergraduate level, and human rights law in the LLM.

  • Professor Jivan Astfalck

    Course Director, MA Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products

    Jivan Astfalck is Course Director for our MA Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Projects course. She combines teaching with studio practice, which she exhibits internationally. A visual artist, jewellery and academic, Jivan was born in Berlin, where she trained and qualified as a goldsmith. She has lived in the UK...

  • Professor Cham Athwal

    Associate Head of School (Research)

    Cham Athwal is Head of Research in the School of Computing and Digital Media Technology . He teaches on the BSc (Hons) courses for Digital Media Technology , and Sound Engineering and Production . An experienced lecturer and researcher, Cham has led numerous technology transfer projects, as well as working as an...

  • Ron Austin

    Associate Professor

    Ron has 17 years’ industrial experience working for Telewest, Energis and Cable and Wireless.  He managed and built the Freeserve network before moving to Cable and Wireless where he managed the network management systems (Operational Systems Support (OSS)) for the Voice Over IP (VOIP) network.

  • Dr Imran Awan

    Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology

    Imran's areas of expertise are based around the impact of Islamophobia and the effects of counter-terrorism. As well as being a regular face in the media, Imran is a government advisor for the Cross-Government Working Group on Anti-Muslim Hatred.

  • Ian Axtell BA (Hons); PGCE; DPSE; PG Cert; PG Dip; MEd

    Programme Lead for MTL/MEL

    Ian taught in a variety of schools for 20 years before joining the School of Education at Birmingham City University. His passions are for Arts (particularly music) and Physical Education which he led in a couple of high schools. Ian have always worked in primary schools as part of my teaching role. He finished this first part...

  • Andrew Bain

    Senior Lecturer in Jazz, First Study Drums, Ensemble Coaching, Rhythm Class Tutor

    Andrew Bain is one of the leading performers and educators in the UK. A graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London and winner of the BBC Big Band Drummer, he has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Natalie Cole, Kenny Wheeler, Randy Brecker, Dave Liebman, Bob Mintzer, John Taylor, Iain Dixon, Elliott Sharp, Mike...

  • Dr Simon Barber

    Research Fellow

    Dr Simon Barber researches, writes and lectures about popular music, the music industries, digital culture and jazz. As a member of the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, Simon is particularly interested in the study of songwriting, and relationships between creative workers and industry. He convenes the...

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