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SOAS in the media Friday 12 December 2014

A round up of this week's news.

12th December 2014

SOAS and Birkbeck announced as newest members of influential Arts and Humanities Consortium

SOAS, University of London and Birkbeck, University of London have been announced as the newest members of the Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-East England (CHASE), a research organisation that already has several other leading research universities as members.

11th December 2014

toumaniandsidiki Album produced by SOAS academic nominated at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards

Dr Lucy Durán, Senior Lecturer in African Music, has produced an album that has been announced as a nominee in the ‘Best World Music Album’ category of the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.

10th December 2014

Emmon Bach Tribute to Emmon Bach

The Linguistics Department is deeply saddened to announce that Professor Emmon Bach (1929-2014) passed away on 28 November in Oxford.

9th December 2014

Gbagba SOAS PhD student and author of anti-corruption primer Gbagba launches book promotion to help children in Liberia impacted by Ebola

In recognition of International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December, SOAS, University of London PhD scholar, Robtel Neajai Pailey, has teamed up with publisher One Moore Book (OMB) and the Centre for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) for a special promotion of her anti-corruption children’s book Gbagba.

8th December 2014

Online registration now open for popular SOAS Academic Summer School

Students can now register online to take part in the SOAS Academic Summer School 2015 programme. This year, Summer School has increased the number of courses it provides to 20 spread across five broad academic themes.

8th December 2014

Tribute to Andrew Huxley

The School is sad to announce that Professor Andrew Huxley, Emeritus Professor in the School of Law, passed away on Saturday 29 November 2014.

5th December 2014

SOAS in the media Friday 5 December 2014

A round up of this week's news.

5th December 2014

SOAS joins Knowledge Quarter partnership to strengthen opportunities for collaboration

SOAS, University of London has joined the new Knowledge Quarter, a partnership of 35 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations based in Kings Cross, Euston and Bloomsbury.

5th December 2014

Construction at Senate House North Block begins with installation of the innovative rainwater harvester

Construction on Senate House North Block has begun in earnest with work on one of the most innovative features of the re-development, a rainwater harvester, signalling the start of a project.

5th December 2014

Wireless Network Upgrade - Disruption 10-18 December

10, 11, 17, 18 December - Wireless network disruptions in the Library

5th December 2014

Replacement and upgrade of Printroom equipment 12 - 22 Dec

Closure of Printroom 12 - 22 December 2014

4th December 2014

Dr Cui Yan beside Lao She's plaque SOAS celebrates former SOAS scholar Lao She – a pioneer of Mandarin language teaching

On 27 November, SOAS’ Department of the Languages and Cultures of China and Inner Asia held an event celebrating the 90th anniversary of Lao She’s coming to teach Chinese at SOAS.

4th December 2014

DFID Permanent Secretary Mark Lowcock speaks at Careers Services’ guest lecture series

On Tuesday 18 November, Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary, Department for International Development (DFID), delivered a guest lecture at SOAS on pursuing a career in the Civil Service to a packed audience of over 130 students.

3rd December 2014

SOAS music students compose ‘Sounds of the World’ ringtones for Microsoft’s new phone

People across the world can now carry SOAS in their pockets as ringtones, composed by SOAS music students, are pre-loaded in Microsoft’s latest device.

3rd December 2014

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