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03 October 2017: Corruption Prevention and Integrity Conference

29 August 2017: Punishment in the Frame: Rethinking the History and Sociology of Art

12 August 2017: Cultural Barriers to the Successful Integration of minorities in Britain

07 August 2017: Does the ethnic composition of a local area affect the labour market outcomes of majority and minority members in Europe?

14 July 2017: Crime, Culture and Social Harm

04 July 2017: Framing street prostitutes and refugees as public disorder in the Italian press

01 July 2017: Cultural Difference or Cultural Bias? Policing the Calabrian 'ndrangheta around the world

29 June 2017: Conference debate on the challenges and opportunities of Garden Communities
Around 100 people including councillors, local residents and businesses joined a debate on the challenges and opportunities of garden communities.

29 June 2017: Improving the wellbeing of the Mongolian population
Mongolia is exploring a range of initiatives to improve its mental health services thanks to expert support from Professor Fiona Nolan.

27 June 2017: Internet of Things Security
New security technology which could stop cyber-attacks and protect the privacy of billions of smart device users worldwide could soon be available.

26 June 2017: Institute for Social and Economic Research appoints new director
Professor Emily Grundy will become Director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Essex from October this year.

25 June 2017: Trame Festival

23 June 2017: Occupational students come up with new service idea to help stroke patients
Stroke patients are benefiting from an idea two Essex occupational therapy students came up with during a placement at Colchester General Hospital.

23 June 2017: Second award for Essex’s top teaching
Essex has picked up a prestigious excellence in education award on the same day it received the top Gold standard in the UK’s new teaching assessment.

23 June 2017: World’s first computer-vision system to identify human rights abuse
Computers are being trained to identify human rights abuse through photographs – a move which could have a massive impact on improving the lives of those s

22 June 2017: University of Essex awarded top Gold rating in Teaching Excellence Framework
The University has been awarded the highest rating of Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

19 June 2017: University of Essex stars in the Birthday Honours list
Current and former academics, graduates and honorary graduates from the University of Essex have been included in the Birthday Honours list.

17 June 2017: CBE for University of Essex Professor
A leading academic from Essex and former senior advisor to the Prime Minister has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

16 June 2017: Can ‘safe zones’ for refugees ever be safe?

16 June 2017: New opportunities for a new career in gaming thanks to The Games Hub
Applications are being invited from budding computer games designers interested in joining The Games Hub.

15 June 2017: The Rhetoric of the Image Revisited: Iconography, Semiotics and Representation

02 June 2017: Month-long virtual conversation explores - what is a recipe?
Academics from across the world will be taking part in a virtual conversation to try to establish - what is a recipe?

01 June 2017: International Migration: Trends and Challenges in Dubrovnik

26 May 2017: Conference will investigate the challenges and opportunities of garden communities
Conference to investigate the challenges and opportunities of garden communities.

22 May 2017: New Chief Scientific Adviser for Essex
A new Chief Scientific Adviser has been appointed for Essex.

22 May 2017: Students cook up website dedicated to rare 17th century recipe book
New website dedicated to rare 17th century cook book.

13 March 2017: GEMM First Roundtable Event: Understanding Labour Market Integration

24 July 2015: New research grant Growth, Equal Opportunities, Migration and Markets

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