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Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Method (WISERD)

WISERD receives £7 million for Civil Society research WISERD receives £7 million for Civil Society research

24/03/2014

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) major funding award

Improving life with dementia Improving life with dementia

11/12/2013

Cardiff-based research centre collaborates in new UK dementia study

‘Enduring social networks and better jobs’ ‘Enduring social networks and better jobs’

04/10/2013

Assisted place holders reap benefits from private education

Leading Social Science research Leading Social Science research

26/09/2013

Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods appoints new Director

Student writing Literacy level divide

04/09/2013

Research reveals English children outperform Welsh children in literacy

Widening access students’ progress at university Widening access students’ progress at university

31/07/2013

‘Low participation neighbourhood’ has little affect on a students’ progress

Computer keyboard Workers in Wales make the best of a bad job

08/07/2013

National survey shows Welsh workers happier than counterparts elsewhere in Britain

WISERD 2013 Annual Conference WISERD 2013 Annual Conference

21/06/2013

Wales’ largest social science conference

Professor Chris Taylor Schooled to fail?

19/02/2013

Welsh pupils not ‘schooled to fail’ argues Cardiff academic

WISERD Conference 2012 WISERD Conference 2012

21/03/2012

Major social science conference travels to North Wales

Wales Says Yes Wales Says Yes

27/02/2012

St David’s Day launch for ‘definitive account of the formation of a new political system in Wales’

Evaluating the Foundation Phase Evaluating the Foundation Phase

22/09/2011

WISERD wins £1M to evaluate “one of the most important educational policies since devolution in Wales

WISERD WISERD conference 2011

22/06/2011

Annual conference to review the social science landscape in Wales

WISERD Economic inequality in Wales

23/05/2011

‘Social background affects poverty’ suggests new University study

Professor Gareth Rees New WISERD director

12/10/2010

Professor Gareth Rees appointed to lead Institute

Lady in Ebbw Vale Discover Ebbw Vale through the eyes of its community

31/07/2010

Audio walks at the National Eisteddfod

Professor Richard Wyn Jones Discussing Wales’ economic recovery

25/06/2009

University focus on the global financial crisis

New multi-million pound project helps shape Wales of tomorrow New multi-million pound project helps shape Wales of tomorrow

11/09/2008

Interdisciplinary research centre to tackle major social problems