Research and Impact Newsletter

Find out what is happening in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and beyond by reading through our RKE newsletters. Newsletters from previous years are available in the Newsletter Archive.

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March 2019

Featuring Making an Impact 2019, Wellcome Trust funding, Tate Exchange, the Big Infection Day and more. Read online here.

February 2019

Featuring the Faculty REF timetable, Special Collections & Archives, Tate Liverpool opportunities and more. Read online here.

January 2019

Featuring Final REF 2021 guidance, ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, ECR Network, UKRI Collective Programme and more. Read online here.

December 2018

Featuring Faculty Funding Report, Concordat for Research Development, ISCF Pump Priming Fund and more. Read online here.

October 2018

Featuring medieval architecture, Tate Exchange, ODA Research Seed Funding, Athena Swan Awards, Flexible Faculty Fund and more. Read online here.

September 2018

Featuring Dr Lisa Shaw, Research Support Showcase, Silk Road event, Faculty Broadcast Room, Enterprise Investment Fund and more. Read online here. 

August 2018

Featuring Dr Claire Pierson, ECR & Returners Fund, industrial Strategy Pump Priming, Horizon 2020 and more. Read online here.

July 2018

Featuring Michael Hauskeller, HSS Faculty REF timetable, AHRC New Generation Thinkers, Derby Fellowships and lost more. Read online here.

June 2018

Featuring Professor Caroline Gattrel, PGR showcase, Professor Sally Sheard's National Health Stories, Tate Exchange and more. Read online here.

May 2018

Featuring Dr Craig Haslop, Illustrating Futures, Children's Health & Wellbeing Theme event, Brews and Brows and more. Read online here.

April 2018

Featuring Professor Mark Boyle, the Heseltine Institute, NPIF Studentships, REF panel updates and more. Read online here.

March 2018

Featuring Dr Aoife Daly, the Being Human Festival, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse collaboration and th Tate Exchange. Read online here.