For those who couldn’t make it to the Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2015; abstracts, photos and videos from the event are now available.
The last day of the Scientific Conference saw a keynote speech by Professor David Bell and five awards presented to PhD students, researchers and professors.
The second day of the Understanding Society Scientific Conference gave researchers the chance to attend drop-in sessions, workshops and a user consultation session.
Hundreds of social scientists headed to the Understanding Society Scientific Conference today to share their research based on longitudinal data.
On Wednesday 22nd July, researchers will discuss the unique value of youth data in Understanding Society at the University of Essex.
The registration for the Understanding Society Scientific Conference has now closed.
During the Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2015, there will be a collection of workshops delivered by specialist trainers to enhance attendees’ conference experience.
With 10+ years’ experience of attending academic conferences, Assistant Professor Wendy M. Christensen shares how best to prepare for these essential events.
Views on the content of Understanding Society’s youth questionnaire and related questions asked of young adults have been collected and will be discussed at the conference.
Occurring every two years, the Understanding Society Scientific Conference presents a rare chance for people from different disciplines to meet and share their research.
In the lead-up to Understanding Society’s Scientific Conference 2015, the plenary speakers have published their abstracts.
Attending your first academic conference? Alexandru Cernat, PhD student at the Institute for Social and Economic Research reports on how to make the most of it.
The registration for the Understanding Society Scientific Conference to be held from 21-23rd July at the University of Essex is now open.
Make the most of your time at the Understanding Society Scientific Conference by checking out the hub of activities that will be taking place this year.
The team at Understanding Society has launched a series of drop-in sessions at its Scientific Conference to encourage visitors to ask questions about the study and its individual features.
The team at Understanding Society will be delivering a programme of specialist training in the days leading up to the conference in July.
Create a poster with real impact by following this guidance from the Understanding Society team.