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How to tackle racism in UK universities

BERA Council member Kalwant Bhopal discusses why black and minority ethnic academics are considering leaving the United Kingdom in an interview in Nature magazine

News13 Apr 2015

New Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

Many congratulations to both Prof. Becky Francis and Prof. David James who have had the honour of Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences conferred. Both were nominated by BERA through our...

News27 Mar 2015

New Issue of Research Intelligence – SPRING 2015

The latest issue of Research Intelligence looks at ‘Changing Educational Landscapes’ and features contributions from Andrew Pollard, Debra Myhill, Becky Francis, John Cater and John Leach...

BERA in the news26 Mar 2015

ESRC Committee Vacancies

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is currently seeking to appoint new members to its Committees. Further details, including vacancy specifications and application forms are...

News20 Mar 2015


Play a key role in helping to shape the future of BERA by voting in the BERA Council Elections. Voting opens Monday March 9th and closes March 27th. There are currently 4 vacancies on BERA...

News5 Mar 2015

AERA Honours Geoff Whitty

Former BERA President, Geoff Whitty has been awarded the prestigious AERA Fellowship. AERA Fellows are selected on the basis of their notable and sustained research achievements. Fellows are...

BERA in the news26 Feb 2015

2015 BERJ Editor’s Choice Award

Every year the editors of the British Educational Research Journal (BERJ) celebrate success by presenting the annual Editor's Choice Award to an outstanding paper published in BERJ in the previous...

News18 Feb 2015

2015 BJET Fellowship Award Winner

BERA is pleased to announce the winner of the 2015 BJET Felloswhip is Christothea Herodotou of the Open University. Her project will look at the role that touchscreen mobile game applications can...

News11 Feb 2015