The Open University’s new postgraduate qualification for development managers, starting this autumn, will connect students across the globe.
Economics academics respond to the merger of the UK’s Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Academics in the School of Arts & Humanities are bringing their research to bear on the ongoing pandemic – in a series COVID-19 blogs which are thought-provoking, uplifting and entertaining.
Professor Marie Gillespie has worked alongside colleagues to launch on OpenLearn a collection of the Open University’s research and teaching since the beginning of the refugee policy crisis in 2015.
Kindness is the key ingredient for marking Mental Health Awareness Week. This week we’re all being asked to take a little time out to be kind.
Created by FASS Criminology academic Dr David Scott, a film about the Grenfell Tower tragedy has won not one but three awards.
School of Social Sciences and Global Studies launches informed blogs on social scientific research in the time of COVID.
Course written in an unprecedented matter of days by FASS Psychology academics Dr Naomi Moller and Dr Andreas Vossler has seen a surge in visitors to The Open University’s OpenLearn Create platform.
FASS Professor of Geography and Migration, Parvati Raghuram, is among the 51 leading UK social scientists to have been conferred the award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS).
Psychologists Dr Gini Harrison and Dr Donna Moore have developed website OpenPaws, Open Perinatal Anxiety and Worry Support for new mums, to better understand and support women’s experiences of perinatal anxiety.
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