The CCRI is currently inviting applications for a three year jointly-funded Environment Agency and University of Gloucestershire (UoG) research studentship with the title ‘Assessing the impact of farming practices on soil functions: achieving benefits for soil, water quality and flow and the farm business’.
This is a excellent opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic and dynamic individual to join the CCRI to work on a topic of great current relevance, where there will be potential for you to develop your own interests under the guidance of experienced supervisors.
Applications are invited from graduates who have completed, or are completing, an RT (Research Training) recognised advanced (Masters) course in Environmental Studies, Geography, Environmental Planning or another relevant natural or social science discipline for what is an interdisciplinary research project. Facilities will be made available to you in one of our postgraduate research offices.
The successful applicant will be supervised by Drs Julie Ingram and Peter Gaskell of the CCRI and Dr Lucy Clarke of the UoG School of Natural and Social Sciences (NSS) . Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Julie Ingram (01242 714122 or firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Please note that the closing date for applications is 18 September.