Seminar series ISSR programme 2020

Tuesday 18 February 2020 - Wednesday 20 May 2020

Details of our 2020 seminar series

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Tuesday 18 February 2020, 09:00 - Wednesday 20 May 2020, 15:00
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18 February 2020

'Historical Icelandic volcanism and air pollution in Scotland'
Martin Kirkbride and Alistair Dawson, Geography and Environmental Sciences.

2 March

Public Lecture Crispin Reed hosted by Dr Beverley Searle
From Scrymgeour to Skyscrapers and other built environment

9 April 2020

Social Sciences Research in the time of COVID-19: Challenges and ways forward

23 April 2020

Seminar – 'Positioning urban policy at the foreground of innovation in urban studies/science'
Professor Sue Parnell, University of Bristol.

28 April 2020

ISSR/RIS Funding Panel – Connecting with the current funding landscape

4 May 2020

'Immigration and Refugee Issues – a View of/from Germany'
Prof Philip Anderson, Regensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

20 May 2020 2pm

ISSR Panel – Having an Impact on Policy: A Practical Guide
Researchers have an opportunity to influence the world of government policy in a number of ways but often it seems as if doing so is restricted to a select few. This session will scotch a few myths and offer a few suggestions on how to get your research noticed by policymakers. The discussion will be led by Nick Bibby, director of the Scottish Policy & Research Exchange. Join on Teams

Event type Seminar
Event category Research