Brunel Academic is part of a team launching the first international study on homophobia in sport. The study, called "Out on the Fields," has been launched in the lead-up to the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia on 17 May.
Current and former Prime Ministers’ comments fail to recognise youth commitment and dedication, according to a recent research report entitled ‘The Role of Celebrity in Young People’s Aspirations’.
Mo Farah Foundation launches the Mo Farah Academy in conjunction with Brunel University and St Mary’s University College, Twickenham.
The British Universities and Colleges (BUCS) Championships, which serves as the traditional curtain opener to the outdoor season, attracted more than 100 competing institutions over the May bank holiday in Bedford.
At its meeting on 10 April 2013 the Council of Brunel University appointed Sir Richard Sykes to be its next Chancellor.
Most people well know, great things come from small beginnings, here at Brunel Sport we share that sentiment.
Brunel is to take a central role in the future development of netball in England as one of only three Intensive Netball Training Centres (INTCs) in the country.
Brunel University is offering postgraduate scholarships covering 15 percent of tuition fees to holders of first class degrees from any UK university.
Brunel University graduate Perri Shakes-Drayton won two gold medals at the European Indoor Athletics Championships.
A news study has found that lesbian, gay or bisexual young people are twice as likely to be bullied in high school as heterosexual peers, but that bullying declines significantly as they get older.