Public Policy@Southampton

Public Policy@Southampton

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Making Academia A Bit More Relevant Requires Making ‘The Real World’ A Bit More Academic

By Coral Abraham |

Matthew Ryan, University of Southampton Politics Lecturer (pictured right), blogs about the relevance of academic work and how best to convey this to both an academic and non-academic audience…
 
I’m interested to watch debates in the U.S. prompted by Nicholas Kristof’s piece in the NY times some weeks ago read more

Posted in Guest Blogs, Items, News

Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, Big Influence videos

By Lisa Then |

Following the recent successful Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, Big Influence symposium to highlight the harmful effects from non-communicable diseases, we are delighted to launch the videos of our distinguished speakers.
Professor Don Nutbeam, Vice-Chancellor, University of Southampton

Dr Nick Sheron, Head of Clinical Hepatology, University of Southampton

Professor Linda Bauld, Professor of read more

Posted in Items, News

Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT)

By Coral Abraham |

Public Policy@Southampton are proud to support the 3 Minute Thesis Competition held at the University of Southampton which is a skills development activity which challenges postgraduate researchers to explain their research project to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes.
 
The Faculty of Social and Human Sciences will be holding Faculty Heats for read more

Posted in Items, News

Tobacco Endgames

By Coral Abraham |

Following the nationwide event of No Smoking Day held on 12th March 2014 and the Public Policy@Southampton symposium on ‘Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco’, University of Southampton Professor Graham Moon (pictured right) blogs about the influence of ‘big tobacco’ and the likelihood of tobacco endgames.
 
After several years of little change, read more

Posted in Events, Guest Blogs, Items, News, Policy Commissions Competition April 2013

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