The Warwick Q-Step Centre has been established to host the Q-Step programme at the University of Warwick. Its aim is to deliver a step-change in quantitative skills within one of the strongest UK and global Social Science Faculties.
- Contributing to the step-change required to address the UK’s national ‘deficit’ in quantitative methods
- Delivering new degrees at the forefront of international research and teaching in cutting edge quantitative methods
- Preparing students to work in ways that help them to understand, participate and intervene in today’s data-driven digital society
- Positioning Warwick globally as one of the leading universities of the digital age.
Dr Stella Chatzitheochari has been invited to take part in Eastside Community Heritage’s Online Youth Conference: “Listen, Learn, Share: Young people talk about disability, bullying and wellbeing in EastLondon".
The conference will take place at Dagenham Library on November 22nd from 4.30 onwards and it will be live streamed on Facebook.
The conference is scheduled to coincide with two events: the beginning of Disability History Month and Anti-Bullying week.
Launching this week, the new Q-Step Centre research seminar series.
The first seminar takes place on Thursday 13 October 2016 from 5.00 - 6.00pm in the Cowling Room (S2.77), Social Sciences Building.
Feeling at ‘home’ in the private rented sector (PRS): using mixed methods to explore different facets of ‘home’
All Warwick staff and students, interested in social science research using quantitative methods, are welcome to attend
Further details can be found at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/q-step/newsevents/seminars/
Warwick Q-Step Centre is delighted to announce that Professor Stella Chatzitheochari has won the LIVES Best Paper Award for Young Scholars.