The interests of our academic staff, postdoctoral research fellows and visiting professors means we offer a stimulating and diverse research environment. There is an active programme of seminars and other opportunities to become part of a vibrant research-engaged community.
Our reputation is well-established through internationally recognised publications, a thriving research environment, and externally funded research and consultancy.
Research Centres and Groups
The School pursues research through the following Research Centre and Groups:
- Crime and Justice Research Group
- Critical Autism/Disability Studies
- Education and Social Justice
- Gender and Sexualities
- Sustainability - Policy, Practice and Pedagogy
- Space and Place
- Tourism and Social Justice
Research Degree Programmes
The wide range of research activities in the School, together with the mix of academic staff, post-doctoral research fellows and visiting professors, allows us to offer a stimulating and diverse postgraduate environment. Read more about Research Degrees at LSBU.
Dr Greta Franklin-Brown's PhD examines attitudes to education to support black British Caribbean women fulfill their academic potential.
Research community brochure
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LSBU supports Southwark Council’s successful bid to regenerate Walworth heritage
12 January 2018
Enhancing global learning on migration and refugee law
21 December 2017
Approval from President of American Bar Association
19 December 2017
LSBU through to quarter finals of Property Law Mooting Competition
19 December 2017
Thomas’ success proves Asperger’s is no barrier in academia
29 November 2017
LSBU leads by example in tackling sustainability challenges
22 November 2017
Mayor of London certifies LSBU a healthy place to work
15 November 2017
Discover the Changing Face of Elephant & Castle at LSBU
14 November 2017
LSBU awards six honorary graduates and fellows
10 November 2017