SISER provides interdisciplinary research on domestic abuse; sexual abuse; online risk; social migration; youth justice and youth unemployment.
The Institute will provide a regional centre of excellence for transforming, and supporting a constant dynamic progression towards UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The Institute brings together a growing body of research in the health and wellbeing field from across the institution.
Here the academics are part of Suffolk CENTRIC, a regional partner of the Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research.
The Centre offers opportunities for historical research and seeks to inspire cross-collaborative dialogue to record the past to be a conduit to exploration and creativity.
CELT supports the enhancement and innovation of our learning and teaching.