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University-wide Research Collaborations

Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts And Mathematics (STEAM) Projects

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Birmingham City University is transforming STEM into STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths), an interdisciplinary way of thinking aimed at finding the most innovative solutions to today's challenges.

The School of Law is at the forefront of this initiative, holding one of the University’s prestigious STEAM Grants. Academics and students in the School of Law are currently partnering with academics and students in School of Nursing and Midwifery to produce a simulation exercise that showcases the implications of low-quality record-keeping by medical professionals.

Academics: Ellis Isherwood, Dr. Sarah Cooper, Amanda Andrews and Bernie St Aubyn

Student Partners: TBC

Student Academic Partnerships (SAPs) and Student Academic Mentoring Projects (STAMPs)

The School of Law is engaged in a number of SAP and STAMP projects, which provide opportunities for students to engage in research collaboration and mentoring alongside academics and their peers. These projects aim to enhancing our academic community.

2017/18 Projects

Project: Raise the Bar: the experience of female BME Law students

Academics: Safina Din

Student Partners: TBC

Project: Removing barriers from Learning: Law School Learning Community

Academics: Jill Molloy and Rohzeena Janjua

Student Partners:Laura Smilie, Amelia Shooter, Humna Murad, Hafsa Tijjani, Hana Aziz , and Sophie Brookes

Project: Connect Bootcamp: Improving progression in Public Law and Land Law

Academics: Pam Thomas, Jill Molloy, Rohzeena Janjua, Dr. Friso Jansen, Ilaria Di Gioia, Janet Spence, and Helen Munro.

Student Partners: Jake Locke, Mansoor Seediqi, and Faraz Taghavi

2016/17 Projects

School of Law Connect Project

Academics: Pam Thomas, Jill Molloy, and Rohzeena Janjua

Student Partners: Matthew Roberts, Haroon Qureshi, Samia Islam, Diana Apostol, Humairaa Zahan, Anjali Sangar, Roxana Plesca, Humna Murad, Lataya Abrahams and Johannes Milton.

2014/15 Projects

Project: Preparing to Moot: Building a Book for Students

Academics: Dr. Sarah Cooper and Dr. Scarlett McArdle

Student Partners: Ali Kazi, Anna Hajilari and Farukh Bhatti