Consequences of strict isolation in 'supermax' prisons in America examined in public lecture at the University of Leicester on Wednesday 22 May
An opportunity has arisen for students to develop their personal brand and explore their potential of social media in improving career prospects through the Online Networking and Employability Award (ONE).
Prisoners will be made to earn perks such as televisions in their cells under new Government plans.
Free public lecture from Penny Young, Chief Executive of NatCen Social Research, will explain how the group’s British Social Attitudes survey helps chart sensitive issues among the British public
Solitary Confinement and Supermax Prisons: Lessons from America
How gangs work: Why talk is cheap and deeds are precious on the streets.
Criminology expert to discuss anti-Muslim hate crimes in a public lecture at the University of Leicester on Wednesday 8 May
ePIFFany Project combines expertise from Schools of Medicine and Management
University of Leicester undergraduate student is named ‘Management Undergraduate of the Year’
Rejected and Dejected: The Impacts of Islamophobic Violence in Canada
Research network will delve into the darkest side of human nature
The University of Leicester has been shortlisted for two Times Higher Education Leadership & Management Awards
The Complex Challenge of Sustainability
Secondary school pupils will converge on the University of Leicester on 23 April for the regional stage of a national debating competition.
Research teams from the University of Leicester and the University of Glasgow aim to explore unemployment, insecurity and vulnerability among young people during two key periods of economic instability
The University of Leicester recently held a meeting to debate on Hate Crime and the Criminal Justice System
University of Leicester academics give their take on the political situation in North Korea
Dr William Green helped Leicester design firm Bulb Studios develop the Crowdlab™ app – which won an Innovation Award at Leicester Mercury Business Awards
Enjoy a free lunch at a College Research Event
Criminology expert to discuss the ethical difficulties of becoming a police researcher at the University of Leicester on Wednesday 27 March