College of Social Sciences

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Generating new knowledge about society and transforming this in ways that improve wellbeing, is central to all work in this research-led College of Social Sciences. Striving to champion new policies and practices, generate considerable investment and maintain relevance to the current world.

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News from Business School

Ice bucket good, neknomination bad? It's all just self-promotion

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This article appears as part of a larger article, "Ice bucket good, neknomination bad? It's all just self-promotion" on 'The Conversation'; an independent source of news and views, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered direct to the public.
Date:
27/08/2014
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News from School of Social Policy

NHS Management Training Scheme voted UK's most popular graduate scheme by the Guardian and by 27,000 students

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HSMC provides the educational component of the NHS Management Training Scheme (MTS) - voted the UK's most popular scheme in 2014-15 by over 27,000 students in The Guardian's annual UK 300 survey.
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01/10/2014
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News from School of Education

CRRE Director in top 40 list of landmark studies

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David Gillborn, Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Education, has been named among the authors of 40 landmark studies that have had a significant impact on educational policy, educational practice, research methodology and/or educational theory over the past 40 years. The list has been compiled by the British Educational Research Association (BERA) to mark its 40th anniversary.
Date:
29/09/2014
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News from School of Government and Society

The Conversation: Why Brooks Newmark is a twit, but not a knit-wit

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Written by Chris Game. Two topics now compete for the opening paragraph in MP Brooks Newmark's political obituary. One is of course his hubris in thinking that a 26-year old woman – be she Tory or not – would be interested in photos of his genitalia. The other, though, are his thoughts, as the short-lived minister for civil society, about charities and knitting.
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02/10/2014
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