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Posted 25 May 2016
The second issue of the quarterly publication focuses on 'Varieties of Regional Leadership'.
The latest article by Dr Natalia Vershinina of the University of Birmingham and Professor Rowen Barrett (Queensland University of Technology) presents a qualitative paper entitled "Intersectionality of Ethnic and Entrepreneurial Identities: A Study of Post-War Polish Entrepreneurs in an English City" which has been published via earlyview in Journal of Small Business Management.
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Posted 23 May 2016
The School of Education has risen 31 places in the 2017 Guardian University League Tables
Posted 04 May 2016
The School of Education to fund full-time PhD studentship and a fees only award for Home/EU students.
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Posted 27 May 2016
The POLSIS Parties, Voters and Elections Research Group hold a seminar with Distinguished External Speakers to discuss political parties in contemporary Europe.
The focus of this research project is to analyse the threat presented by the revolution in easy access to the air presented by the technological development of small and medium sized Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or "drones". Principal Investigator: Professor David Dunn, Co-Investigator: Dr Christopher M Wyatt.
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Sarah Morgan, Programme Director for the Foundation Healthcare Group Vanguard and the Director of Organisational Development for Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust discusses the Foundation Group model
Posted 26 May 2016
Dentistry conspicuous by its absence in new health policies
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