The Academy has today responded to UKRI’s Open Access Review consultation from the perspective of the learned societies in the social sciences. Read the Academy’s full response Some of our member learned societies are also submitting separate responses in addition to the combined response. Read the responses below. British Academy of Management British Educational Research… Read more »
The Academy of Social Sciences is delighted to welcome its latest Member Learned Society – the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI). The RAI joins 45 other member learned societies of the Academy. These embrace the major disciplines, and many sub-disciplines and areas of study, which make up the social sciences. Together, the Academy and Member Learned… Read more »
The Academy of Social Science is delighted to welcome its latest Member Learned Society – the Royal Economic Society (RES). The RES joins 44 other member learned societies of the Academy. These embrace the major disciplines, and many sub-disciplines and areas of study, which make up the social sciences. Together, the Academy and Member Learned Societies have 90,000 social scientists within… Read more »
The Academy is pleased and proud to announce that the Society of Professional Economists (SPE) has now joined our Academy as a learned society. The SPE, formerly the Society of Business Economists, leads in serving the needs of professional practitioner economists in the UK and Europe. It does this by providing a diverse range of… Read more »
The Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (BSPHN) has joined the Academy of Social Sciences as a member learned society. The BSPHN joins 43 other member learned societies at the Academy. The Academy of Social Sciences is the national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners in the social sciences. Its mission is to promote… Read more »
The British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) has joined the Academy of Social Sciences. For over 40 years the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society has been the independent voice supporting quality education through effective leadership and management. The Society brings together research academics and senior leaders in the primary, secondary, FE… Read more »
Engaging users in the research process is an important part of the research agenda. The BAAL Applying Linguistics Fund supports members by offering up to £10,000 to carry out innovative activities which link research and application/public engagement. Applications are invited from any members of BAAL.
The purpose of this workshop is to examine the doctoral viva process and experience in order to help doctoral researchers with their preparation for it.
The implications of the student engagement agenda for student freedom
Date – Tuesday 24th April, 11:00 – 15:30
Venue – SRHE, 73 Collier St, London N1 9BE
Network – Academic Practice Research Network
Is internal migration slowing down? A meeting to celebrate the publication of ‘Internal Migration in the Developed World: Are we becoming less mobile?’, convened jointly by the British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) and the RGS-IBG Population Geography Research Group (PGRG), Thursday, 11 January 2018