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Monday 24th April 2017

New investigation into the state of secondary school environmental education

New investigation into the state of secondary school environmental education
Description
Is the school curriculum preparing children for a sustainable future?
Date:
24 April 2017

DPE Student Publishes Book on the Environment

DPE Student Publishes Book on the Environment
Description
Yacine Belhaj-Bouabdallah, a student in the Department of Political Economy (DPE) (School of Politics & Economics, Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy) has published a book on the environment titled Saving Ourselves: Interviews with World Leaders on the Sustainable Transition.
Date:
24 April 2017
Thursday 20th April 2017

New research to explore Brexit

New research to explore Brexit
Description
Professor Jonathan Portes, School of Politics & Economics, has been awarded one of 25 new grants by the ESRC to examine the processes and consequences of the UK leaving the European Union.
Date:
20 April 2017
Wednesday 12th April 2017

Pint of Science 2017

Pint of Science 2017
Description
The Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy is proudly supporting this year's 'Pint of Science' Festival, with researchers from across the Faculty presenting their findings to the public at pubs across London from 15-17 May.
Date:
12 April 2017

All in the Family: Dr Florian Foos Publishes New Paper on Voting in Households

All in the Family: Dr Florian Foos Publishes New Paper on Voting in Households
Description
Dr Florian Foos, along with co-author Dr Eline de Rooij from Simon Fraser University, published a research article in the American Journal of Political Science. The article explores electoral mobilization in households where members have either similar or conflicting political views.
Date:
12 April 2017
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