Date/Time: Tuesday 25 April 2017
Three doctoral candidates from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences discussed their research and how they intend to contribute to a debate about the key societal theme of social renewal.
- Communication ability and "soft skills" in early childhood and their implications for school attainment and economic outcomes in adulthood: a cross cohort life course analysis - Joe Willoughby, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences
- From AIDS activism to community forming in Ryszard Kisiel’s Filo (1986-1990) - Aleksandra Gajowy, School of Arts & Culture
- Renewing the Social: reviewing and reviving social connections through the North East's material culture of the First World War - Andrew Marriot, School of History, Classics & Archaeology