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Birkbeck

George. 1776--1841, British educationalist, who helped to establish vocational training for working men: founder and first president of the London Mechanics Institute (1824), which later became Birkbeck College
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The show's presenter Amy Thompson visited the lifeboat station and met volunteer crew member Dan Birkbeck.
Register Now for Academic conference to be held at Birkbeck College, University of London Bloomsbury Campus on November 13-14
The student of politics at Birkbeck College, Central London, told staff there his father's family home in Syria had been hit by Assad regime rockets.
The four-year project is a collaboration between Birmingham, Birkbeck (London), Leeds and Cardiff universities and will focus on those four cities.
Strauss, whose poems have been widely published, is the head of poetry in creative writing at Birkbeck College, University of London.
Meanwhile, board director, Jeff Charlton, site foreman Harry Birkbeck and site manager Michael Brayson have all been at the company for 25 years.
The study by researchers at Birkbeck, University of London and UCL revealed the mechanism of bacterial type IV secretion, which bacteria use to move substances across their cell wall.
Speakers include Sean Hamil, a director of Birkbeck Sports Business Centre; John Hays, of Hays Travel and previously vicechairman at Sunderland AFC; and Antonia Hagemann, Head of European Development at Supporters Direct.
Editors Causey (drama, film, and music, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) and Walsh (theater and performance, Birkbeck University of London, UK) are interested in expansive and innovative approaches to the political possibilities of theater; they are engaged with performance in practice as well as with theoretical analysis and scholarship.
For nearly half a century, Eric Hobsbawm, a Fellow of the British Academy and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, was associated with Birkbeck College, London University.
Mark Birkbeck, 63, was caught doing 90mph on the A9 last year.
Harbury president Ian Holroyd said: "This is a fantastic achievement for Harbury and we owe a huge amount of thanks to the contribution made by Jerry Birkbeck and Colin Hickman, which I know was immense.