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  • Date and time: Thursday 22 June 2023, 12pm to 2pm
  • Location: In-person and online
    CL/A/027, Church Lane Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to staff, students (postgraduate researchers only), and external researchers at any stage in their careers are welcome.
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

Event details

In April 2023, the School for Business and Society launched a new work in progress seminar series that provides an informal opportunity to present and get feedback on developing research. The aim is to create a space for researchers across the university to share emerging findings and developing agendas, with a particular focus on poverty, inequality and social security. 

Seminars will take place every six weeks, and will be Chaired by Dr Ruth Patrick (School for Business and Society). They will be hybrid sessions, so that people can attend in person or online as they prefer. 

This university-wide seminar series is hosted by the School for Business and Society, in partnership with the Cost of Living Research Group.

Please get in touch if you would like to present at one of the future seminars. 

Session Two


Dr Katie Pybus (University of York) - 'Living in survival mode': How social security reform could improve public mental health

Dr Annie Irvine (King's College London) - 'Work, welfare and mental health: transitions over time'

Dr Konstantina Maragkou (University of Cambridge), Professor Cheti Nicoletti (University of York), Professor Birgitta Rabe (University of Essex) - 'Inequalities in tutoring: Do low educated parents compensate less for their children's low academic skills?'


Please complete the Google form if you would like to attend.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Zoom link

ID: 93081107092
Passcode: 730630

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Hearing loop


Sylwia Slaby - Research Support Assistant