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25th June 2014 - PUS Seminar Treasures of daily life in research.View page|

10 June 2014 - Psychology@LSE Research Seminar - Ann Pheonix, Identities, Representations, Positions and Politics. View page |

September 2014 - Explaining poor uptake of children’s HIV services in Uganda - Sara Belton was awarded her PhD. Sara’s thesis sought to explain low uptake of paediatric HIV services in western Uganda. Read more|

16th July 2014 - Social Psychology PhD Presentation Ceremony.

8th July 2014
- Psychology@LSE's long standing PhD student Sam Apter was given recognition for his dedication to the department.

25th June 2014 -PUS Seminar: Treasures of daily life in research. View page
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18th June 2014 - Psychology@LSE's Steve Bennett was given recognition for his service to LSE at the Strawberry Tea event.

10 June 2014 - Psychology@LSE Research Seminar - Ann Pheonix, Identities, Representations, Positions and Politics. View page|

Dr Janet Stockdale has been awarded an MBE in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours for services to higher education. View page|


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30 April 2014 - PUS Seminar,The emergence of modern science communication. View page| 

19 Mar 2014 - Ethics in Ethnographic Research. LSE Workshop, Inequality and Poverty Research Programme Anthropology. View page|

4 Mar 2014 -
Psychology@LSE Seminar, Dr Tim Kurz|, University of Exeter, Breast implants, pole dancing and infant-feeding: complicating female agency in an era of 'post-feminism'

Dr Ben Voyer| discusses in a video podcast Cultural Differences Matter! Perceptual and Cognitive differences in Consumer Psychology. View page|

Using art and apps in research:
How can we use photography to tell the story of our research as well as a form of data collection, and what apps are being developed to support research? See here for a short film from the LSE Research Festival competition with Steve Bennett (who was a judge of the apps selection) and Caroline Howarth| (who submitted photos from her Cultural identities and community arts project) – both from DSP.

HCD Research Associates, Andrew Gibbs and Cathy Vaughan, are leading the international focus on men and masculinities with a special issue of Culture, Health and Sexuality. View page|

11 - 12 April 2014 - Emily LeRoux-Rutledge, HCD PhD student, attended the 20th annual International Development Conference at Harvard University|. The theme for the conference was: “The Wrong Way? Forging New Paths for Development.” View page|

19 Mar 2014 - PUS Seminar, Public attitudes to science in 2014 – how far have we come in 25 years in Britain? View page|

19 Mar 2014 - Ethics in Ethnographic Research. LSE Workshop, Inequality and Poverty Research Programme Anthropology. View page|

Public attitudes to science in 2014 – how far have we come in 25 years in Britain? - . LSE Workshop, Inequality and Poverty Research Programme Anthropology.

4 Mar 2014 - Psychology@LSE Seminar, Dr Tim Kurz, University of Exeter, Breast implants, pole dancing and infant-feeding: complicating female agency in an era of 'post-feminism'

26 February 2014 - PUS Seminar,Title: Media orientation of universities – a golden age for public relations? View page|

13 Feb 2014 - CPD certificated even for Social Psychology Alumni. Gender in Organisational Psychology,Speaker: Dr Jenevieve Mannell|. View page|

11 Feb 2014 - The Health, Community and Development Group, Department of Social Psychology proudly opened it's 2014 seminar series with a panel discussion exploring fourth wave feminism and social change.View page|

5 Feb 2014
- PUS Seminar, Simon Lock, Wellcome Monitor of Public Attitudes to Science. View page|

28 Jan 2014 - Psychology@LSE Seminar, Dr Alex Gillespie|, Form-Filling as a Social Interaction: People with Brain Injury and Caregivers Filling Out a Disability Claim Form. View page|

21 Jan 2014 - Psychology@LSE Seminar, Professor Janice Haaken, Portland State University. Breaking Down: Psychiatry, Politics and PTSD. View page|

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University of West of England

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