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Professor Susan Easton admitted to the Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences

Professor Susan Easton (Professor Emeritus at Brunel Law School) has recently been admitted to the Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences.

The Fellowship is reserved for leading social scientists with an outstanding track record, with Prof. Easton being recognised for her work on prisons and prisoners' rights.

The Academy’s President, Will Hutton, noted: “It’s a pleasure to welcome 47 leading social scientists to the Academy’s Fellowship.

Throughout their careers so far, they have furthered our understanding, and made practical contributions, in a range of areas including improving the lives of children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa, post-conflict educational reforms and the role of education in peacebuilding and working with planning authorities to value ecosystem services.

I look forward to meeting and working with them to further promote the importance of the social sciences.”