Events in the School of Social Policy

Keep up-to-date with the latest events from across the School of Social Policy. 

Forthcoming events

PGR Induction Day (School of Social Policy)

Date
26/09/2016
Location:
Park House (G19 on the campus map), Woodlands Room
Description
Full day Induction for all new postgraduate research students (MPhil, PhD, DSW) in the School of Social Policy.
Categories:
Social Sciences

BA Social Work Induction - Day 5 (School of Social Policy)

Date
28/09/2016
Location:
Room 714/5, 7th Floor, Muirhead Tower (R21)
Description
BA Social Work Induction, Day 5, Wednesday 28 September 2016. This induction day is compulsory.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Networks and Fault Lines: the role of housing associations in supporting vulnerable places and people; a way forward in the 'Participation Society'?

Date
03/10/2016
Description
This seminar will explore how housing associations in the England and the Netherlands have positioned themselves in relation to changing political discourses such as 'Localism', the 'Big Society', and the 'participation society' to support vulnerable places and people.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences

CHASM Seminar : Peer Learning and Games in Financial Education - Evidence from lower secondary schools in Finland

Date
26/10/2016
Location:
TBC
Description
CHASM Seminar, 'Peer Learning and Games in Financial Education: Evidence from Lower Secondary Schools in Finland', Dr Panu Kalmi, Professor of Economics, University of Vaasa, Finland.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Moving beyond stereotypes about the GP receptionist

Date
09/11/2016
Description
This ESRC Festival of Social Sciences event looks at the changing roles of the GP receptionist.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences

Older People's Health and Wellbeing: Who Decides?

Date
10/11/2016
Location:
Forum Lecture Theatre, Medical School, University of Birmingham
Description
The event invites you to shares the findings of two large research projects on decision making for the treatment of cancer in older people across the UK and older people's contribution to understanding and preventing avoidable hospital admissions.
Categories:
Social Sciences
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