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By Amy Beardmore, Research Associate in Public Health and Community Development As the UK went into lockdown on 23 March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, communities across the country sprang into action and initiated a rapid process of self (More)
How does a new university building change the behaviours of the people who work and study there? Today marks the launch of the report ‘A toolkit for living in a new building: A visual post-occupancy evaluation of Bristol Business School’, the cu (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Home-working during COVID-19
Harriet Shortt Harriet Shortt is Associate Professor of Organisation Studies at The University of the West of England, Bristol. Harriet’s research focuses on organisational space, artefacts, the materiality of work, and visual methodologie (More)
We are delighted to announce that Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies, Dr Jenna Pandeli, along with co-authors Michael Marinetto and Jean Jenkins, has been nominated for the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence 2020 for their paper ‘Captiv (More)
UWE Bristol Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) team have secured a new KTP with Harris Evolution, increasing the KTP portfolio to 13 live projects. The project will see Harris Evolution work with the UWE Bristol Business School (BBS). The appl (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Researchers’ ‘Real Time’ Response to Covid-19
Guest blog: Ben Mitchell, Research Impact Team As a result of their expertise in Public Health, Emergency Medical Care, Knowledge Mobilisation, Maths and Computer Modelling, and other such related areas, a number of UWE researchers have been app (More)
Due to Covid-19, we are all facing uncertainty and change in our personal and professional lives. It is more important than ever to stay in touch with people in your professional circle and get support from mentorship programmes. We recently spoke w (More)
By Eva Fragkiadaki The implications of nomothetic psychotherapy research Psychotherapy research has made significant progress in providing strong evidence for process and outcome in favour of specific approaches. However, after many years of r (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Research Impact Retreats
In January, the Research Impact team hosted a two day writing retreat for selected academics from UWE Bristol. The retreat was the last one in a series of away days that have taken place since last June for the different faculties at UWE Bristol (More)
Adapted from this UWE Bristol news article. Researchers from the Centre for Transport and Society and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) at UWE Bristol are currently partners on the Capri Project, the first UK project to trial driverless pods (More)
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