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.
Dan Keech has been at the University of Valencia this week in his capacity of PhD supervisor for Javi Serrano, who successfully defended his thesis
CCRI student, Kate Smith, has successfully completed her MSc by Research degree, which involved evaluating the use of 3D landscape visualisation technology (Google Earth) for enhancing and improving participation in Natural Flood Management
On Thursday 26th April, Dilshaad Bundhoo will present her PhD work, which has developed a context based framework for understanding how relationships transform effectively at times of stress (interpersonal resilience) instead of breaking down.
The CCRI is delighted that Stephen Pritchard has successfully defended his PhD thesis. Stephen has only minor corrections to make to his final thesis, an abstract of which can be read here.
The University of Gloucestershire is holding an Open Day on Sunday 19th November where CCRI’s postgraduate leader, Dr Matt Reed, will be on hand to offer information about the postgraduate and research opportunities in the CCRI.
We are pleased to announce that the CCRI 2017/18 Postgraduate Winter School will take place on the 10th – 11th January, 2018, in Cheltenham. The number of places is limited, so register your free place now!
The CCRI welcomes Julie Urquhart to the team today (1st September) as a Senior Research Fellow
A Masters by Research project run by Kate Smith, together with her supervisors Rob Berry, Lucy Clarke and Chris Short, is evaluating the use of 3D landscape visualisation technology (Google Earth) for enhancing and improving participation in Natural Flood Management (NFM). Help the research team by participating in an online survey.
The CCRI held its first ever postgraduate Summer School on 29th June, as an internal day of training and discussion for our PG research students.