Professor Stephanie Taylor is part of the Culture and Social Psychology (CuSP) collaboration in the School. In this blog, she writes about her recent research activities, including her new publications. This autumn, my main research activity has been the development of my new book Pathways into Creative Working Lives. I'm co-editing this international collection with… Continue reading What do professors do all day?
Children on the move: Unsettling narratives of care, childhood, and the migration ‘crisis’: A joint symposium between the Open University and UCL Prof. Sarah Crafter is working in collaboration with a team at UCL on an International Symposium focusing on the ways in which care, childhood and migration are conceptualised and how these have important… Continue reading Invitation to take part in an event:
Andreas Vossler writes about the production of the School's new counselling and mental health module, D241, which starts in October 2020. He also introduces the new Counselling blog website. Andreas is a Senior Lecturer in the School and Production Co-Chair for D241. You might have already heard that we are currently producing a new 60… Continue reading The D241 story so far
Professor Graham Pike is part of the Forensic Cognition Research Group in the School. This blog outlines some of his recent research and engagement activities, including work with the BBC and police forces. This October, Graham Pike (Professor of Forensic Cognition, OU) has been involved in a number of ‘knowledge exchange’ activities and events based on… Continue reading What do professors do all day?
BOOK LAUNCH SEMINAR Institute of Education, LondonFriday 22nd November 4-7 pm Developmental Transitions: Stability and change through the lifespan by Sarah Crafter, Rachel Maunder and Laura Soulsby The Culture and Social Psychology group from the Open University (CuSP) will host a seminar and reception to launch this new book on Friday, 22nd November, 4 -… Continue reading A seminar to launch a new book