Research and special interest groups

Research and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are an important part of research at Regent's University London and key to our academic community. They represent the particular research concerns of groups of members, encompassing both different disciplinary approaches to research and different educational concerns.

The SIGs provide ways of bringing together groups of individuals within education who share the same interests or approaches to research. Involvement with these groups can be through attending SIG meetings, sharing publications and contributing to online communities.

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Last updated: 25 June 2014