LATEST POSTS


Events

College of Social Science Research Showcase 2019

The 2019 College of Social Science Research Showcase was a huge success, with academics from across the college presenting on a diverse range of fascinating topics, from air quality monitoring…

Dog
Research

Call for Dogs – Investigating Physiological Markers of Arousal in Dogs

Reposted from emoter.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk Dogs become aroused (alert, excited, awake) in situations that are stimulating in positive and negative ways, but which environments and situations are considered as positive? Which ones…

Events

Lunchtime event: “Women’s migration and work in Lincoln”

Lunchtime event: “Women’s migration and work in Lincoln” Wednesday 19 June, 12.00-14.00 (drop-in) Room DCB0101, David Chiddick Building, University of Lincoln Buffet lunch and refreshments provided   This event is an opportunity…

News

Interested in studying Health & Social Care? Here are 7 great reasons to be a Social Worker

As humans, our brains are wired to nurture those more vulnerable than ourselves. From the instinct to protect a new-born to taking care of the elderly, our biological make-up compels…

News

Unveiling the Sarah Swift Building artwork (08/05/2019)

  ‘Understanding People’ – design for Sarah Swift Building by Aigars Parpucis & Elliott Payne (BA Creative Advertising 2017/18) The Sarah Swift Building was opened in 2017. It is named…

News

Lauren-Mae Pearson: My Eye-Opening Nursing Placement in Sri Lanka

Lauren-Mae is a third-year student from the University of Lincoln. She travelled to Kandy in Sri Lanka on a four-week nursing elective placement to see the differences between how nursing is…

News

Dr Roger Bretherton Interviewed by Huffington Post Regarding Launch of Fika Wellbeing App

Lincoln School of Psychology, Dr Roger Bretherton has been quoted in the Huffington Post regarding the launch of Fika, an app designed to help students improve their ’emotional fitness’. He described…

Kay Ritchie
Research

Lincoln Psychologist Discusses Research on Crimewatch

Dr Kay Ritchie form the College of Social Science has appeared on BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow to discuss her work on improving CCTV images using face averages. Dr Ritchie led a…

News

Media Development Team Staff Survey

In order to better understand how we can work with staff across the college to promote the great research and events taking place I have created a short Qualtrics survey….

News

Lincoln Law Student Wins Award at National LSE-Featherstone SOGI Moot!

Huge congratulations to Jack Wroe (LLB Law Level 2), who has won the Linklaters LLP prize for Best Advocate at this weekend’s national LSE-Featherstone SOGI moot in London. He was awarded…