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Leeds Students Win National TV Awards

April 8th, 2014

Students involved with Leeds Student Television are celebrating following a successful night at the National Student Television Awards on Saturday 5th April. Leeds Student TV - which counts many ICS students among its members - took home 5 trophies, winning in 4 categories and finishing runner-up (highly commended) in the well-respected ‘Best Broadcaster’ category.
Christiaan De Beukelaer

ICS PhD student Christiaan De Beukelaer visiting researcher at Hildesheim

March 26th, 2014

The UNESCO Chair "Cultural Policy for the Arts in Development" held by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schneider at the Department of Cultural Policy, University of Hildesheim welcomes Christiaan De Beukelaer as a visiting researcher during the summer of 2014. From June until the end of September, Christiaan will write up the final stages of his PhD dissertation at this department that works on issues closely related to his research. For more information see here.
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Professor Stephen Coleman gives evidence to the House of Lords

March 24th, 2014

On Tuesday 18 March, the House of Lords Communications Committee explored the impact of the broadcast election debates in 2010. ICS's Professor Stephen Coleman was called to give evidence based on the findings of a report exploring the first-ever British televised prime ministerial debates which he edited and which was published in 2011.
Jason Cabanes

On the Mediation of Multiculturalism

March 19th, 2014

Jason Vincent Cabañes will be presenting a paper at the 3rd Annual Southeast Asian Studies Symposium, Keble College, University of Oxford on Sunday, 23 March 2014. His talk, “On the Mediation of Multiculturalism in Manila”, will part of a panel entitled “Manila at a Crossroads: Transitions and Asiprations of Asian Cities”.
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Dr. Helen Kennedy in The Yorkshire Post

March 18th, 2014

Dr. Helen Kennedy is quoted in an article in the Yorkshire Post on children's uses of digital technology and social media. Read it here.

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