Although 2016 has only just begun, the CCRI is already looking for a new Placement Student to join the team for the next academic year, 2016-17.

Starting in September 2016, the placement offers a real opportunity for an undergraduate student to participate in leading research covering a wide range of topics such as food, farming, land-use and policy analysis.

Our current placement student, Eleanor Hawketts, will return to the University of Bath in September to complete her degree in Politics and International Relations.

Last year’s placement student, Will Barber, went on to complete his BSc in Geography at Coventry University. He then went on to work temporarily with the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) as a continuation of a research project, A case study assessment of vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in UK inshore fisheries, using social science methods.  In August 2015, Will joined the River Restoration Centre (RRC) where he is now responsible for delivering their new Community Engagement initiative, funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

Further information and application details can be found on our vacancies page.

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