SES-PhD Demonstrating Studentships are available from October 2018 for students undertaking a PhD in the Faculty of Biological Sciences. Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have the necessary skills to undertake SES demonstrating and if successful will be expected to undertake 120-250 hours of teaching per year. You should hold (or be in the final year of) a strong degree, equivalent to at least a UK upper second class honours degree, in a relevant discipline and also have an interest in teaching.
The studentships will provide fees at UK/EU level plus a stipend of £14,553.
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Clark, C., Barnes, C., Swindell, N., Holton, M., Bingham, D., Collings, P., Barber, S., Summers, H., Mackintosh, K. & Stratton, G. (2017). Profiling movement and gait quality characteristics in pre-school children. Journal of Motor Behavior, 1-9.
Clark, C., Barnes, C., Summers, H., Mackintosh, K. & Stratton, G. (2017). Profiling movement quality characteristics of children (9-11y) during recess. European Journal of Human Movement 39, 143-160.
Clark, C., Barnes, C., Holton, M., Summers, H and Stratton, G. (2016). Profiling movement quality and gait characteristics according to body mass index in children (9-11y). Human Movement Science 49, 291-300.
Holt, N.C., Roberts, T.J. and Askew, G.N. The energetic benefits of tendon springs in running: is the reduction of muscle work important? J. Exp. Biol. 217, 4365-4371. 2014.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 60.90
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