The UK Data Service was involved in the organisation of three different events for the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2018: a data-based quiz for secondary school-age students; an event about the value of engaging with surveys and how they can make a difference; and a ‘Living Library’.
Tag: Bram Vanhoutte
Bram Vanhoutte, Research Fellow in Sociology from the University of Manchester, and Neil Dymond-Green of the UK Data Service on their ESRC Festival of Social Science ‘Living Library’ event.
Our Data Impact Fellows are a fantastic group of early career researchers who are out to change the world. We’re very proud of the research they’re doing and the impact they are already having.
Here’s a quick rundown of what a few of them have been up to.
Bram Vanhoutte, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow, explores the potentially negative side to the impact agenda.
Bram Vanhoutte, one of our Data Impact Impact Fellows, shares some recent publications.
Bram Vanhoutte @bvhoutte, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and Research Fellow in Sociology at The University of Manchester, shares his journey about how data can be a powerful tool in illustrating and addressing social inequalities. My first independent engagement with quantitative data was my master dissertation in Sociology, and consisted of a comparative investigation […]
Bram Vanhoutte, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and Research Fellow in Sociology at The University of Manchester, shares his perspectives on how to develop research impact.
Bram Vanhoutte, Research Fellow in Sociology at the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research (CMIST) at The University of Manchester, discusses his plans to raise the impact of his research on wellbeing in later life.