New book under contract with Palgrave

This story published on Monday 14 July 2014
Dr Jo Woodiwiss has signed a book contract for an edited collection on Opportunities and Challenges for Feminist Narrative Research with Palgrave Macmillan.


Researcher offers a greater understanding of women child killers

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
Dr Helen Gavin’s research challenges the view that women who kill their children are monsters or psychotic


Inadequate support in schools for diabetic children

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
“...teenage diabetics might become self-conscious about their condition and neglect their medication ... ignorance among other pupils can lead to bullying...”


‘Troubling Narratives: Identity Matters’ Conference

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
“...how narratives and story-telling are central to how we understand and establish social reality, our identities and our communities...”


Dr Woodiwiss elected as BSA study group convenor

This story published on Wednesday 9 July 2014
Dr Jo Woodiwiss has been elected as Co-Convenor of the British Sociological Association (BSA) Families and Relationships (FAR) study group.


Rio-bound researcher to deliver two papers at world conference

This story published on Tuesday 8 July 2014
Luke looks at sport and exercise and its beneficial effects on mental health and wellbeing


Should Yorkshire have Special Minority Status like Cornwall?

This story published on Monday 7 July 2014
Dr Pete Woodcock poses the question in dual survey to get Yorkshire’s opinion of its identity


Rail conference looks at the controversies of The Connected North

This story published on Friday 4 July 2014
The Connected North rail conference will be held at the University of Huddersfield on Friday 11 July


Creating reliable turbocharger compressors for the small car

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Doctoral student seeks the more resilient, longer-lasting turbocharger compressors for the average family and small car


World interest in research work on the benefits of the Okra plant

This story published on Thursday 3 July 2014
Carbohydrates from the Okra plant can improve the quality of food products such as butter, mayonnaise, yoghurt and fruit drinks


Prof calls for new caring and responsive policies for child abuse

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
“...the number of maltreated children in England could be as much as 90 per cent higher than official figures show...”


New professor to expand Centre for Applied Childhood Studies

This story published on Wednesday 2 July 2014
“...we will develop some new areas around the health and well-being of children and families, plus inter-generational relationships and parenting...”


Top science team reaches £2 million milestone

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
The University’s IPOS research unit, an Agilent Centre of Technological Excellence, now looks to expansion


BSA conference success for CRISS research students

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
British Sociological Association conference on 18 June 2014 was a great success for Centre for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)research students.


Prime-time for crime scene scientist

This story published on Tuesday 1 July 2014
Dr Anna Williams has been awarded one of the British Science Association’s Media Fellowships


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