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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Social Policy


News from Business School

Female Entrepreneurship: Gearing Up For Business Growth

'Female Entrepreneurship: Gearing Up For Business Growth' workshop in Birmingham looks at the key issues faced by female entrepreneurs.
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News from School of Social Policy

Lecturer recognised for exceptional work with Excellence in Teaching Award

Congratulations to Dawn River, Lecturer in the Institute of Applied Social Studies in the School of Social Policy, who has received the 2014 School of Social Policy and College of Social Sciences Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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News from School of Education

Celebrating partnerships with business

Professor Sir David Eastwood, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, recently hosted an event celebrating the University of Birmingham's successful business partnerships and emphasise the University's crucial role in supporting business growth in the region.
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News from School of Government and Society

INLOGOV briefing paper: What happened to the NOC councils after May 2014?

Written by Chris Game, Honorary Senior Lecturer at INLOGOV. Most of the results – and effectively the outcomes – of May's local elections were in the media the following day. For a fifth of councils, though – the black holes in this Briefing Paper's cover map – while the results, in terms of seat numbers, were available, the all-important outcomes – who will actually run the authority – weren't, often for weeks. The Briefing Paper's main purpose is to fill in those black holes, detailing who's now running what and how.
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