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The award-winning Sociology teaching team in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology have published the fourth edition of the annual Westminster Sociology Anthology.

Students from the Sociology and Criminology BA Honours and the Criminology BA Honours courses at the University of Westminster, who have had an outstanding opportunity to learn with inmate students at HMP Pentonville, have celebrated the end of the 10-week module on 13 December.

The British Journal of Sociology Early Career Prize, given to authors who are in the first five years of their career after obtaining their PhD, was awarded to Dr Umit Cetin for his research paper which looks at suicide amongst Alevi-Kurd youth.

The award-winning Sociology teaching team in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology have published the third edition of the annual Westminster Sociology Anthology.

This semester sees the launch of the Sociology-led Westminster elective module in LGBTQ Studies.

Dorrie Chetty, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Course leader for Sociology and Criminology, spent two weeks teaching Sociology at Panjab University in The Institute of Social Sciences Research and Education, in India.

The Sociology teaching team in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology have published the second edition of the annual Westminster Sociology Anthology.

The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities recently celebrated some outstanding results for its courses in the 2014/15 National Student Survey (NSS).

Sociology at the University of Westminster is celebrating a remarkable success in the 2015 National Student Survey, with an overall student satisfaction rating of 100%.

In light of the ongoing European migration crisis, the University of Westminster will be hosting a two-day conference on 18-19 September organised by the charity Migrant Voice in partnership with the University’s new Westminster Migration Network Group. The conference will host discussions about migration and Europe’s response to the humanitarian...

The Sociology teaching team in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology have published the very first edition of an annual anthology showcasing some of the innovative and outstanding work produced by their undergraduate dissertation students.

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