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College of SocSci Apr 3
What are the benefits of volunteering? Which virtuous behaviours are being demonstrated in a crisis? Claire Jackson () reflects on these questions and more. Read now:
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College of SocSci Apr 3
Hoayda Darkal () discusses Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and social isolation during the lockdown:
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College of SocSci Apr 2
From the impacts of social distancing to looking at how families can best manage home-schooling, social sciences researchers at are helping to unravel the complex and evolving economic and societal challenges of the pandemic:
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College of SocSci Apr 2
Researchers led by Prof. Karen Guldberg in collaboration with the Autism Education Trust () have made substantial contributions to developing autism education founded on the knowledge base of research and practice:
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College of SocSci Apr 2
As Britain’s car industry faces uncertainty due to talks, Professor David Bailey () discusses how Coronavirus could make a bigger hit:
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Bham Business School (@ 🏠🛋️) Apr 1
We are very sad to hear the news that Emeritus Professor Peter Sinclair, from our Department of Economics, has died from COVID-19. Peter was a truly inspirational man and much-loved member of our BBS community:
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College of SocSci Apr 1
"Democratic leaders have to avoid any statement criticizing the actions of other leaders that might downplay the significance of the pandemic," Prof. Nic Cheeseman () comments on :
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College of SocSci Apr 1
Today is the start of , a time to celebrate responsible pet ownership. But should dogs be introduced to the classroom? Alison Broad reflects on the question here:
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College of SocSci Apr 1
As Britain’s car industry faces uncertainty due to talks, Professor of Business Economics discusses how Coronavirus could make a bigger hit:
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College of SocSci Mar 31
"Auto industry hit from could be double SMMT forecast" writes Professor David Bailey () for :
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College of SocSci Mar 31
Professor Richard Black () reflects on the lessons that can be learned from experiences of emergencies in other regions, particularly Africa. Read more in the latest Perspective:
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College of SocSci Mar 31
🔊 Professor David Dunn () spoke in an interview for reflecting on the US public response to during . Listen to David from 22:59 in the 3pm show:
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College of SocSci Mar 30
How can appropriate education and support play a vital role in making a difference in the lives of autistic children and young people? Watch now as Professor Karen Guldberg () discusses more in her inaugural lecture:
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College of SocSci Mar 30
What implications will the coronavirus have on the future of the UK? Professor David Dunn () and Professor Isabelle Szmigin () comment in :
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College of SocSci Mar 30
What are leaders for? What even is leadership? Steve Gulati () reflects on these questions within the setting of a global crisis:
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College of SocSci Mar 29
From business to economics, our researchers are contributing to the global effort to counter the pandemic and its effects:
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College of SocSci Mar 28
How to become a teacher at home? Professor Colin Diamond () gives some brilliant advice on :
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College of SocSci Mar 27
"From where we stand now, a fall in production of 200,000 units for the year may be a best case scenario." Professor David Bailey () comments in :
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College of SocSci Mar 27
You can find all our COVID-19 updates, FAQs, research stories and announcements on this page of our website:
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College of SocSci Mar 26
What are leaders for? What even is leadership? Steve Gulati () reflects on these questions within the setting of a global crisis:
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