Following four very engaging workshops, our participants will present what they learned in teaching quantitative methods. The full programme can be viewed on the attached pdf below.
This is a FREE event but registration is required to secure a place. Please email...
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee will hold its fifth oral evidence session on its inquiry into Revisiting Rebuilding the House: the impact of the Wright reforms
Date and time: Thursday 16 May 2013 at 12.30 pm
Place: Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Tuesday 14 May 2013
Wilson Room, Portcullis House
- David Mepham, UK Director of Human Rights Watch
- Phil Luthor, Middle East and North Africa Director for Amnesty International
At 3.10pm (approximately)
On Tuesday 23 April, the UK Government published its second paper in its Scotland analysis programme, Scotland analysis: Currency and monetary policy.
This paper reviews how the current UK arrangements work and examines the options for change.
The Scottish Affairs...
The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee will be holding its final evidence session for its inquiry into Open Access on Tuesday 14 May, when it will be hearing from Rt Hon. David Willetts MP, the Minister for Universities and Science.
Tuesday 14 May
Committee Room 18...
The Education Committee will hold a one-off evidence session with the Secretary of State for Education on School accountability, qualifications and curriculum reform on Wednesday, 15 May.
Venue to be confirmed
At 9.30 am
- Rt Hon...
The ESRC has announced the first call for outline proposals for their 2013/14 Centres and Large Grants competition. This competition is for experienced researchers requiring longer term or extended support for research groups, inter-institutional research networks, project-linked research...
Newcastle University will be hosting two upcoming ESRC-funded workshops (grant ES/J01186X/1) on integrating quantitative methods into an undergraduate politics module: the first one, to be held 20-...