PhD Seminars@CMIST Wednesdays – Fortnightly – 12pm
Refreshments provided – All welcome – firstname.lastname@example.org Location: HBS 2.07
25th January Adrian Leguina – The temporalities of cultural participation practices in the UK: life course dynamics and mobility effects
8th February Susan Oman – Measuring National Well-being, a case study: the UK’s Office for National Statistics
2nd February Dharmi Kapadia, Kinsley Purdam and Natalie Shlomo – Writing and reviewing journal articles during your PhD
8th March Adrian Byrne – How much socioeconomic background is sufficient to predict life course socioeconomic status?
22nd March Nigel de Noronha – Competing demands: completing the PhD, managing money and planning the future
- Ella Guest – Moderating r/the_donald: An examination of moderator-contributor relations in an online Donald Trump supporters community
- Eve O’Hanlon – Indebtedness amongst low-income families in the UK
- Jose Cuitun Coronado – Multilevel modelling of the biomarker cortisol: Changes over the life course and association with stressful jobs
- Jennifer Taub – Developing Measures of Disclosure Risk and Utility for Synthetic Data
17th May Georgia Chatzi – Lifecourse SEP effects on inflammatory biomarkers: compensating for missing data
- David Buil Gil – Small Area Estimation in Criminology. Application to the Manchester Resident Telephone Survey
- Angelo Moretti – Multivariate Small Area Estimation of Multidimensional Wellbeing Indicators
7th June Rihab Dahab – The Prevalence of Under-nutrition among Children Under-5 in The Sudan: Does Conflict Matter?