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School of The Built Environment and Architecture launches CIB Student Chapter

12 October 2015
LSBU research students photographed at the launch of the CIB Student Chapter

A new forum in the School of The Built Environment and Architecture will provide additional support and networking opportunities for research students at LSBU

A Student Chapter approved by the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) has been launched by London South Bank University (LSBU)’s School of The Built Environment and Architecture.

The new research forum will bring the research and resources of the global CIB network to all post-doctoral and PhD students at LSBU who have a strong interest in research and innovation in the built and natural environment. Membership allows access to leading-edge building research world-wide and to CIB's calendar of international events and conferences. The forum will give research students new opportunities to network, meet and discuss ideas relating to their research subjects.

CIB is an international research council providing a global community of international exchange and cooperation in research and innovation in building and construction.

Joseph Levodo, President of LSBU’s CIB Student Chapter, commented: "The establishment of this new forum will bring many benefits to research students at LSBU. It will enable students to network widely with other researchers in our field. It also gives us access to international conferences and also one of the most comprehensive databases of research materials in architecture, building and construction. We will also be able to draw on the thinking from some of the eminent researchers and writers in our field, boosting the impact and significance of our own research."

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