Free public lecture by University of Leicester economist on Tuesday 18 June reveals insights from game theory
Award-winning scheme for children in care to celebrate 10th anniversary with Joke Book launch at University of Leicester
Alexander Maskill, University of Leicester Politics student, wins the 2013 Terry Pratchett prize for first novel, with “The Hive”
Social work, social media and the Search for life on Mars: Free lunchtime lectures at Leicester Adult Education College
University of Leicester post graduate students to give free public talks
Leicester has climbed to 13th in the Guardian University Guide with four College of Social Science departments now ranked in the top-10 in their subject tables
Call for Social Science staff and students to fill out questionnaire and have a chance of winning £500 in Amazon vouchers.
All Social Sciences students and staff invited to take part in a short questionnaire exploring internet use, passwords and personality.
Chapter by Dr Rutvica Andrijasevic challenges what it means to be a European citizen
University of Leicester sociologist brings her research to the House of Commons for debate in Westminster
University of Leicester MBA student founds independent record label
The University of Leicester leads the way in internet inequalities studies, showing how the worldwide web mirrors societal divides.
University of Leicester School of Management’s Professor Martin Parker to speak at the House of Commons on Tuesday June 4
Don’t miss the opportunity to develop your Business and Enterprise skills and knowledge and hear from Business experts.
Leicester undergraduate students in the UK final of the CIMA Global Business Challenge 2013
University of Leicester Lecturer in Social Theory and Consumption co-edits a ground-breaking journal special issue on the politics of consumption
University of Leicester historian Professor Steven King to speak on Radio 4 programme exploring the lives of disabled people through history
Oxford University Press to publish new book by leading organisational theorist at Leicester.
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