CCRI Research Assistant, Hannah Chiswell has recently undergone QSR’s ‘NVivo Certified Expert’ course. The course prepares users to provide expert advice to others in their businesses or organisations. Hannah now plans to deliver several NVivo training courses for users and prospective users here at the University of Gloucestershire.
On November 29th, Janet Dwyer and Chris Short facilitated a GFirst LEP sponsored event at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester.
CCRI’s Senior Research Fellow, Julie Urquhart has been successful with her application to join the Editorial Board for prestigious international journal ‘Society and Natural Resources’.
Chris Short is lead author on a newly published paper linked to his work on Natural Flood Management in the Stroud valleys.
We are delighted to announce that thousands of students have been celebrating their graduations over recent days and amongst them are a number which the CCRI has played an integral role. Read more about who they are and the subjects which they have been studying.
Dr Julie Ingram has been awarded an OECD Research Fellowship.
Jane Mills attended a Work Package leaders meeting for the SoilCare project at the Milieu offices in Brussels on 14th and 15th November.
A forum led by the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) to support farmer-led initiatives and fresh thinking on policy issues welcomed representatives from over a dozen organisations
CCRI director, Professor Janet Dwyer, has contributed to a new report, just published, called ‘After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Wales’. The report stems from a workshop held earlier in the year at Aberystwyth University
Doug Hulyer, Chair of the Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership, was interviewed by BBC Radio Gloucestershire following a symposium at the University of Gloucestershire on Friday 26th October