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community PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 1,115 community PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

A new model for information literacies of community representatives

Direct participation has been an important threat in democracy for some decades now. However, the ideals of widespread individual participation are often in reality under threat of hijacking by a minority of self-efficacious individuals. Read more
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PhD Scholarship in Digital History, Heritage, and Community Co-Production

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion (SHARE) invites applications for a funded 3.5-year PhD scholarship focused on community engagement and co-production of digital interactive narratives and/or games based on Cardiff and South Wales history and heritage. Read more

What role for the voluntary and community sector in promoting community resilience?

The recently published UK Government Resilience Framework (Cabinet Office 2022) renews a commitment to a “whole-of-society” approach where strengthened partnerships with the voluntary and community sector (VCS) are seen as an important way of protecting communities. Read more

Improving community engagement in renewable energy developments

Many of UK’s renewal energy developments that obtain government sanctioned approval to proceed, but not ’community approval’, are compounding the NIMBY oppositions that often lead to protracted conflicts between communities, industries and governments which in turn results in significant social, political and economic costs to the interests of all concerned. Read more

Community-based co-design of small-scale wastewater systems (in collaboration with Scottish Water)

Project background. As the water environment become more strained from the effects of climate change and other human pressures, significant effort is being invested in developing novel technologies and management approaches to deliver more sustainable water and wastewater services. Read more

The Civic University: what is the future role of the University? University of Greenwich as a place-based civic institution

We are proposing an interdisciplinary studentship to develop the vision of Greenwich as a Civic University. As part of our ‘This is our time’ strategy 2030 (UoG, 2023), public and community engagement, and specifically building long-term relationships with key community stakeholders, has been identified as a priority. Read more

Evaluating the meaning and distribution of ‘Tree Equity’ in Surrey: An interdisciplinary approach

Having access to trees reduces respiratory illness and improves mental health and well-being (Pataki et al 2021). Tress also provide protection from climate extremes such as flooding and heatwaves (Leets et al 2022). Read more

Carceral Expansion and Private Sector Involvement: The Impact of a Mega Prison on the Local Community

This project aims to conduct an in-depth analysis of the role and impact of private sector providers involvement in the new mega prisons on local communities. It will focus on a selected site (HMP Berwyn) to develop a schematic account of the impact of private mega-prison providers on the local community of Wrexham, North Wales. Read more

Exploring Sensorimotor Function and Developing Rehabilitation Strategies using Experimental and Computational Approaches

In collaboration with a multidisciplinary team consisting of biologists, clinicians, engineers, mathematicians, and computational biologists and startups around the globe, we aim to decipher the organizational principles of sensorimotor function in mammals. Read more

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