The SeNSS Summer Conference will take place from Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 July 2019, at the University of East Anglia. If you are a SeNSS ESRC-funded student, SeNSS will reimburse your travel costs in line with its travel policy.
The theme of the 2019 conference is Social Science, Social Value and Social Justice. The full Summer Conference programme is available here.
Some of the conference events on offer are:
‘Using AI to end modern slavery’ a keynote address by Professor Todd Landman, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham
SeNSS Student Forum elections
Three minute thesis and research poster competitions
A range of parallel student interactive information sessions
Plenty of time to socialise, and get to know each other, including a wine reception and buffet dinner on the first night, and a BBQ followed by a social event organised by the SeNSS Student Forum on the second night.
This event will bring together doctoral students, post-doctoral fellows and academics across the range of social sciences for talks, training and competitions. This event is primarily intended to showcase the excellence of our students (via our competitions), to hear talks on issues relevant across the disciplines, and to provide an opportunity for disciplinary and interdisciplinary networking.