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Article by Dr Begley and Professor Berkeley published...
Dr Jason Begley and Professor Nigel Berkeley have had their article published
Special Issue of Local Economy guest edited by...
A Special Issue of the journal Local Economy guest edited by Professor Nigel Berkeley & Dr David Jarvis
New FOODMETRES Project
Dr Moya Kneafsey and colleagues have successfully won the FP7 project ‘FOODMETRES’
Dr John Beech has article accepted by the European...
John Beech has had an article co-authored with Professor Sebastian Kaiser on Perspectives of Sport-related Labour Market and Employment Research
Listen to the full Sian Aslop and Hilary Nesi interview here, as Sian tells us about her research into Engineering lectures, and culturally determined pragmatic features.
Grow your own food' a boost for health and sense of...
Encouraging people to grow more of their own food is not only beneficial to the environment but leads to improved health and wellbeing and creates stronger local...
Master Gardener Interim Findings
Interim findings have been released from the Master Gardener programme evaluation undertaken by Dr Moya Kneafsey and Elizabeth Cheese
Dr Geraldine Brady editing the 21st Sociology of...
Dr Geraldine Brady, along with Pam Lowe (Aston University) aSpeSpecialnd Sonja Olin Lauritzen (Stockholm University, Sweden) are editing the 21st Sociology of Health and...
Dr Brady Panel Presenter at Policy and Politics...
Dr Geraldine Brady was a panel presenter at Policy and Politics Conference '40 Years of Policy and Politics
Dr Geraldine Brady presents at BSA Medical Sociology...
Dr Geraldine Brady, with Pam Low (Aston University) presented at the BSA Medical Sociology conference
New PhD student
Helen Pine has begun her doctoral studies, her PhD is entitled ‘Young and homeless: critical analysis on experience and solutions in urban and rural locations’
Computer game helps teenagers discuss sexual coercion
Ahead of the Family Planning Association’s Sexual Health Week, with the theme ‘XES – We Can't Go Backwards’ (17th-23rd Sept), Coventry University are expanding their...