The Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences (BAGSS) was established in 2010 to create an innovative working and learning environment for exceptionally qualified doctoral researchers.
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WHAT PEOPLE KNOW AND THINK: The Role of Attitudes and Information in the Process of Political Decision-Making and Policy Use
The inter-disciplinary workshop, scheduled for March 16 and 17, 2017, will focus on decision-making regarding the design and take-up of policy, especially which role the availability of information and personal or political attitudes play in that process.
Prof. Dr. Pamela Sammons, University of Oxford
On March 16, 2017, Prof. Dr. Pamela Sammons from the University of Oxford will hold a guest lecture on: Measuring Students' Experiences of Secondary School and Their Effects on Academic Outcomes at GCSE: Findings from the EPPSE 3-16+ Study in England
Pamela Sammons is a Professor of Education at the Department of Education, University of Oxford. Her main interest lies in policy relevant educational research. Her further research interests include: Educational effectiveness and the promotion of equality in education, school improvement and educational reform, early years education and longitudinal studies.
Date: Thursday, March 16th 2017
Room: Markusplatz 3, Room: M3N/01.26
ECPR WINTER SCHOOL 2017
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
The University of Bamberg is once again privileged to host the ECPR’s 6th Winter School in Methods and Techniques from 3rd March until 10th March 2017.
IN ESSENCE. PERSONALITIES OF RESEARCH
The Graduate School wants to provide a framework for research realization and furthermore aims to promote the works and the researchers themselves. To showcase their work, we developed the concept of a research exhibition where the individually designed research portfolios are featured next to the portraits.
THIRD ANNUAL BAGSS CONFERENCE
"WHEN THE STATE INTERVENES"
From 20-21st of July 2016 the third annual inter-disciplinary BAGSS Conference took place right here in Bamberg. It brought together over 100 participants, both graduate students and leading scholars in the field. A number of cross disciplinary sessions ranging from education to migration and normative issues relating to state intervention proved a powerful platform for dynamic and challenging discussions.