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Hillsborough – 25 Years On
John Williams from the Department of Sociology writes article on aftermath of Hillsborough disaster for Leicester Exchanges
Academic’s guidebook for surviving the end of the world out now
Dr Lewis Dartnell highlights importance of understanding fundamental science in new book
Your chance to see Operation Nightingale in action
Discover more about the unique project to help injured servicemen and the archaeological work they are involved in on 26 April

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Work well-being research applies new statistical method

Work well-being research applies new statistical method

Posted by pt91 at Apr 02, 2014 07:55 AM |

New study by Management expert utilises Bayesian statistics

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The Sounds of the Cultural Quarter

The Sounds of the Cultural Quarter

Posted by er134 at Mar 21, 2014 04:25 PM |

New project to investigate sounds of Leicester's past and present

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Top firms debate how to improve fairness in graduate jobs market

Top firms debate how to improve fairness in graduate jobs market

Posted by er134 at Mar 19, 2014 03:25 PM |

University hosts Leicester Exchanges debate on Social Mobility – Realising Ambitions at the offices of Teach First in London on Thursday, 13 March

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‘Business managers and bosses could learn important lessons from The Lego Movie’

‘Business managers and bosses could learn important lessons from The Lego Movie’

Posted by ap507 at Mar 11, 2014 09:30 AM |

Professor Martin Parker from the School of Management outlines how The Lego Movie shows what audiences think of large corporations

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Parent relationships can be more stable where mother is main breadwinner

Parent relationships can be more stable where mother is main breadwinner

Posted by pt91 at Feb 18, 2014 03:27 PM |

Management researcher shows that couples with young children are less likely to break up if the mother earns more than the father

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