We’re pleased to announce the judges of the #ChangingPerceptionsChallenge, an exciting competition that encourages sixth form and college students to engage with data-driven research and think creatively about changing public perceptions of immigration and the economy.
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The UK Data Service has recently launched the Changing Perceptions Challenge, a competition aimed at sixth form and college students. Ben Brindle explains where the idea came from and how students will benefit from taking part.
Recently, some of our #DataImpactFellows joined us for a fantastic Twitter chat on the theme of #DoingResearchNow.
Several of our #DataImpactFellows are taking on new roles and joining different projects. Here’s an update on some of their movements.
Ben Brindle, a PhD student at the University of Brighton and one of our #DataImpactFellows, discusses what he learnt on the UK Data Service’s Safe Researcher training course recently.
One of our #DataImpactFellows Ben Brindle has been working as a research assistant at the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP). He takes us through a typical day.
A few months ago, we had the great pleasure of spending a day with our new #DataImpactFellows at Chetham’s Library in Manchester – the oldest public libraries in the English-speaking world. During the day we asked some of them about what impact means to them.
On Wednesday 22nd May, it was our great pleasure to host an event for our new Data Impact Fellows at Chetham’s Library, Manchester.
We are delighted to announce Ben Brindle as one of our #DataImpactFellows for 2019.