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Ingrid Storm awarded BA/Leverhulme Grant
16 March 2017
CMIST's Dr Ingrid Storm has been awarded a British Academy / Lverhulme small grant to investigate whether between-country differences in Christian identity, would be strengthened by priming participants with salience of threat to the national economy.

How long will I love you? Sex and intimacy in later life
27 February 2017
CMIST's Dr David Lee releases report on sex and intimacy in later life

CoDE releases short film highlighting findings of 2015 Race at Work Survey
24 February 2017
The Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE), based at CMIST, has released a short film to highlight some of the main findings of the 2015 Race at Work Survey, commissioned by Business in the Community.

Upcoming events at CMIST
24 February 2017
CMIST has a number of training events, seminars and conferences coming up in March 2017.

CMIST announces new short courses
24 February 2017
CMIST has announced details of additional short courses for this year's programme

methods@manchester announces Summer School 2017
13 February 2017
methods@manchester has announced details of the forthcoming Summer School 2017

CMIST members release A Dictionary of Social Research Methods
8 February 2017
A new social research methods dictionary, authored by staff at the University of Manchester, has been published.

Upcoming events at CMIST
30 January 2017
CMIST has a number of training events, seminars and conferences coming up in February 2017.

Alexandra Albert featured in The Big Issue on the issue of empty houses
30 January 2017
Alexandra Albert, a doctoral researcher at CMIST, has been featured in The Big Issue discussing the issue of empty houses and seeking a sustainable solution to the housing crisis.

Kingsley Purdam maps estimates of life expectancy to the stops on local tram network
30 January 2017
CMIST's Kingsley Purdam, a senior lecturer and expert in research methods, has mapped estimates of life expectancy and years lived healthily to the stops on the local tram network.