The University of Glasgow

The College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow is at the forefront of theoretically-informed and rigorous empirical research and research-informed teaching, contributing and significantly impacting international and national policy and practice, professional education, and the society in which we live. Building upon the proud tradition of Adam Smith in developing a holistic analysis of society and responding to current and emerging local and global challenges, our researchers are passionate about co-creating innovative, interdisciplinary solutions based on strong, critical, and theoretically rigorous disciplinary foundations.

Member resources

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14 October 2023

Glasgow Mini-Projects Summary Report

Summary of three Glasgow projects: Innovation Audit, Placements Scheme, and a Zinc collaboration

30 September 2021

ABaCuSS Student Reflections

Six students from the Universities of Glasgow and Manchester were placed into intrapreneurship-based placements within companies for 8 weeks, to test working models of intrapreneurship. This is what they found…

30 September 2021

ABaCuSS Final Project Report: Programme Overview and Learnings

Sharing ‘good practice’ learnings from the ABaCuSS pilot programme.

20 September 2021

FinTech Deep Dive Resources

Videos and a guide exploring good practice in engagement between academics, universities FinTech organisations

1 September 2021

Ludic Labs

Discover how Ludic Labs is supporting the production of educational games generated by social science research.

27 May 2021

Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Mapping: Case studies

Case studies from the Aspect Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Mapping funded project.

17 May 2021

Research Method: Open Interviews

Exploring the Open Interviews Method, with the Methods for Change project.

12 May 2021

Supporting student enterprise with a (very) small team

Getting ‘bang for your buck’ A Q&A session from the Aspect Entrepreneurship Community of Practice.

10 May 2021

ARC Project profile: Children’s Voice

Sarah Ward provides an overview of her venture, an initiative addressing child poverty by putting young people at the heart of policy interventions designed to help them.

16 April 2021

ARC Project profile: Set, Ready, Safety

Lisa Kelly provides an overview of her venture, a digital training, safety and compliance app for film production.

16 April 2021

ARC Project profile: Situate

Lawrence Barsalou provides an overview of his venture, which aims to assess a health behaviour, like stress, on two dimensions of situatedness.

9 April 2021

Research Methods: Geographical Biographies

Exploring the Geographical Biography research method with the Methods for Change project.

6 April 2021

Social Science / Social Ventures

Which is what and what is the difference?

15 October 2020

Methods for Change team profile: Ulrike Ehgartner

Dr Ulrike Ehgartner tells us about her research using discourse analytical methodologies

15 October 2020

SUCCESS project profile: Evaluability Assessment

Dr Nai Rui Chng outlines his project and the value of SUCCESS

16 September 2020

Webinar Recording: Operationalising intrapreneurship

A practical guide to operationalising intrapreneurship

8 September 2020

Webinar Recording: Sustainability at scale

The role of social science research in building long-term solutions

11 August 2020

Aspect webinar: Building resilient communities

Building resilient communities and businesses in the ‘new normal’

29 July 2020

Evidence and Knowledge Exchange across the Housing Sector

Ken Gibb, University of Glasgow, provides insights on the Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE)

17 July 2020

SUCCESS project profile: WallBo

Dr Amol Deshmukh outlines his very timely handwashing focused venture

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