• Criminology mentoring meet-up news

    Jill Jameson blogs about last week’s event in Bridge House: “The School of Social and Political Sciences recently ran a successful mentoring start-up event for our Level 3 Criminology Students. Practitioners from a variety of organisations including Lincolnshire Police, Lincolnshire Probation Trust, Addaction, North by North West, Gelders Builders, HMP Morton Hall, G4S and Nottingshire

  • Martin Keen (Social Science 2013) on life as a mature student

    The reason students, be they young or mature, want to study at university are varied. For me, it was because I wanted a career change.  Having worked in a variety of industries that did not reflect my desire to work within in the community and because I did not have a specific direction for my career I chose

  • 2012 School alumnus Matthew Lower wins essay award

    Great news from Dr Adele Langlois who has informed colleagues that Matthew’s 2012 undergraduate essay “Can and Should Human Rights be Universal?” has been published and awarded by the e-international relations website. E-IR gives teaching academics a chance to recommend essays written by students for online publication and is a real mark of excellence should they go on to

  • Craig Burkitt (Social Policy 2012) reflects on his degree

    After leaving with a 2.1 in Social Policy in 2012, initially I was unsure like most people my age what I wanted to do with my life. So after some much needed work experience in a local FE college and discussion with fellow tutors, Catherine Bochel to be precise! I decided to apply for a

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