BSA President

Watch BSA President, Rachel Brooks, talk about the importance of being part of sociology's collective voice, emphasising the role sociologists can play in society.

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Professor Rachel Brooks is Associate Dean, Research and Innovation, in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Surrey.  

Professor Brooks' term runs from January 2024 until December 2025.

The Presidency of the BSA is an honorary position, held by a respected member of the Association. The President acts as an adviser to the Board of Trustees, hosts the annual conference, sits on prize judging panels and presides over award ceremonies. The President can represent the Association at high profile events and helps the BSA respond to matters affecting the discipline of sociology.

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