New Warwick Q-Step Centre Website Launching Friday 26 August
The Warwick Q-Step Centre launches its new website on Friday 26 September 2016.
The current website will be migrated over to the new location on this date. Please note that any links to the old website may no longer work when the migration is complete.
Please contact Warwick Q-Step Centre if you have any questions about the new website: email@example.com
Latest research by Warwick Q-Step Centre Professor on the bullying experiences of disabled children and young people in England
Stella Chatzitheochari, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Warwick Q-Step Centre, has conducted important research in collaboration with Sam Parsons (IOE) and Lucinda Platt (LSE) on the bullying experiences of disabled children and young people in England.
On Wednesday 1 June, the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Warwick Q-Step Centre co-hosted the Big Data Network Forum Lunch. This was an excellent opportunity for big data researchers at the University of Warwick to engage with other colleagues working in big data research, to explore possibilities for collaborative links and to share ideas.
On 21 and 22 April 2016, the Warwick Q-Step Centre hosted the inaugural Q-Step Spring Camp. See our webpages (http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/q-step/study/springcamps/sc2016/) for further details.
Warwick Q-Step Centre is organising an event for schools on Thursday 10 March 2016 and Sir David Spiegelhalter will be giving a presentation based on his book Sex by Numbers. A few places are still available, please contact Q-Step team (Q-Step@warwick.ac.uk) if you are interested in attending the talk.