News and Events
History graduate Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain's new book praised by Theresa May
Dr Jon Moran's new book, 'From Northern Ireland to Afghanistan: British Military Intelligence Operations, Ethics and Human Rights', available now
The Rt. Hon. Chris Grayling responds during House of Commons Live Justice Questions session 8 October
The China Studies Research Alliance (ChiSRA) is calling for its first gathering for PhD students on Thursday September 19th 12:30pm – 14:00 pm. ChiSRA is an interdisciplinary research network within the university that includes academic staff as well as research students who either specialise in or have an interest in China-related studies.
Research will look into whether today’s nuclear weapons are safe from computer hacking
New Channel 5 series plays to an out-of-date stereotype according to a University of Leicester Economics expert
Congratulations to Jo Roberts from the Department of Criminology and Anne Marie Matarrese from the Department of Politics and International Relations, who were both Festival Prize Winners at the 2013 Festival
College of Social Science students will present at the annual Festival of Postgraduate Research on topics including the influence of domestic violence on women's involvement in crime and the Political Representation of Animals
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
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.
Don’t miss the opportunity to develop your Business and Enterprise skills and knowledge and hear from Business experts.
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).
University of Leicester academics give their take on the political situation in North Korea
The College of Social Science has set aside a total of £100,000 in its budget to the Research Development Fund (RDF) for the academic year 2012/2013.
We are pleased to announce that the College is now able to provide funding for tea, coffee and biscuits to support initiatives such as reading/ discussion groups or groups where students present their work to each other, where these are organized on the students' initiative. This is in order that we support activities which are ongoing in some departments and Schools (Economics, Education and Management), and encourage other initiatives of this kind.
Political experts from the University have entered into the EU debate in a new blog
A military expert will give a lecture at the University of Leicester on the exercise of air power on Wednesday 20 March
Leading scholars to discuss new findings on the Conservative Party at the University of Leicester