Open Eye Bulletin in the Independent Newspaper, Tuesday 2nd December . The government has just announced a £1 million cash injection into enabling more prisoners to study with the OU. But what is it like studying with the Open University in the most closed of environments? Plus news of a major breakthrough by the OU's Brain and Behaviour Research Group which may delay the onset of alzheimers. The latest on Beagle. And, from the Vice-Chancellor, what the OU is doing to empower women in sub-Saharan Africa through education. Find out more in the Open Eye Bulletin in the Independent Newspaper, Tuesday 2nd December . If you are unable to obtain a copy of Open Eye please note the stories are posted mid month on the Alumni Website under ‘OPEN EYE ON-LINE’ at http://www.openlink.org/newsevents.htm Open Eye contact details: Sue Ball, Director of Alumni Relations and Fundraising (email@example.com x55044 ). Yvonne Cook, Editor, Communications Group (firstname.lastname@example.org x53011). This notice is mailed out as part of our monthly e-newsletter to over 45,000 OU alumni in the week preceding Open Eye being published. If you would like to be added to the mail list for the full version email email@example.com with the title ‘Add to e-news list’. If you would like to offer copy for future editions contact Diana Slevin, Deputy Director, Alumni Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org x55683).