12 Oct 2016

CECHR Collaborative Research - Incubator Competition, 2017

Applications are invited for up to three ‘Incubator Grants’, sharing from a maximum fund of £3,000, to support new cross- and interdisciplinary projects aligned to the CECHR mission of promoting more sustainable and equitable futures. A key component will be that the project demonstrates the potential  for generating future research funding. Funding may be directed towards any aspect of the research process e.g. pilot studies, networking workshops, international team meetings [e.g. Horizon 2020] and fieldwork, and international/national visitor exchanges.  Proposals should be li...

19 Sep 2016

Re-Inhabiting the Centre

Thursday 29th September Venue –  Dalhousie LT3 Supported by the Academy of Urbanism and the Centre for Environmental Change and Human Resilience (CECHR) Conference overview City centres, in particular medium size cities, (like Dundee) are an important part of Scottish history, economy and community but the changing pattern of commerce, housing needs, service provision, demand, expectation and competition is challenging the role of city centres as sustainable and liveable places. Rethinking (Re-Inhabiting) city centres as places to live, prosper and enjoy is one possible future – but ...

9 Sep 2016

Placemaking Symposium - Streets Beyond : Beyond Streets

Streets Beyond : Beyond Streets - The changing role and purpose of public space Friday 11th November 2016, University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building  This landmark collaborative learning event celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Academy of Urbanism, organised jointly with Architecture and Design Scotland and the University of Dundee, within the Scottish Government’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design. It focus on streets and public space, building upon the highly successful ‘Place Making’ symposium series previously run jointly by the University of Dundee, Academ...