The University of York
Social sciences at York is closely aligned to seven research themes, and geared towards strong impacts in both policy and practice. Our work builds upon sustained relationships with local and national government, and strong links with international agencies (WHO, UNICEF Gates Foundation, etc). Work in the Global South has had particular impact with regard to health inequalities, and education for the disadvantaged. Our focus is upon evaluative and evidenced based methodologies, often based on new interdisciplinary approaches that allow for the measurement and evaluation of complex settings.
25 August 2021
The Creative Industries ‘Deep Dives’
An investigation into activities between social science academics and the creative industries in the Northwest of England to highlight a plethora of activity in this area.
24 August 2021
The Ideas Box: Making Enterprise, Engagement & Impact Everyone’s Business
The Business Engagement COP, led by The University of York, has produced a range of materials exploring barriers and opportunities.
7 June 2021
ARC Project profile: Teacher Selection Project
Robert Klassen provides an overview of his venture the Teacher Selection Project.
1 June 2021
Research Method: Visual Organisational Ethnography
Exploring the Visual Organisational Ethnography Method, with the Methods for Change project.
27 May 2021
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Mapping: Case studies
Case studies from the Aspect Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Mapping funded project.
13 April 2021
Research Method: Graphic Interviews
Exploring the graphic interviews: graphic elicitation and sketch reportage research method.
17 September 2020
Webinar recording: The crucial role of SMEs
Could small and medium size businesses be the key to sustaining the economy and our communities?