Article by Dr Sue Dawson published

| Geography, 2017

Dr Sue Dawson’s article 'How Europe's coastal cities can cope with rising sea levels' has been published by The Conversation which is an online science journal.  Read the article...

Dundee geographers part of the Editorial Team of the Young Geographer Magazine

| Geography, 2017

Fiona Cuthill who graduated with an MSc in 2016 and undergraduate student Stuart Murphy (Geography and Politics) have worked hard as part of the editorial team of the Young Geographer magazine (Fiona as Editor and Stuart as one of the Sub-Editors) to produce an outstanding publication which focusses on climate change.   The team presented a copy of the inaugural edition, titled the ‘Future We Want’ to The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Roseanna Cunningham MSP. Read the digital version of the Young Geographer‌...

ESRC Studentships

| Geography, 2017

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded studentships are available in the School of Social Science.  For full details, please see: https://www.dundee.ac.uk/study/pg/phd/esrc/...

Fully Funded PhD Opportunity

| Geography, 2017

‌   Full Funded PhD Opportunity Planning and Managing for multiple benefits: Identifying landscape patterns and ecosystem services bundles for strategic land use policy and practice. The PhD will focus on how to plan and manage future landscapes, so as to equitably deliver multiple benefits to society. To do so, it aims to develop a conceptual model and decision-support tool for planners / land managers to visualise and classify multiple ecosystem service benefits (as ‘bundles’) at the landscape scale; relate these bundles to bio-physical characteristics; and, through the use of co-de...

Fully Funded PhD Opportunity

| Geography, 2016

We are delighted to announce a fully funded PhD opportunity with a great team and great support from Scottish Government. The first stage deadline is 31 December.  This fully funded PhD opportunity will give the successful candidate the opportunity to be part of the Scottish Government’s ‘Hydro Nation’ scholars’ programme – information available here  The project will involve examining the regulatory regimes for emerging pollutants in the EU and locally, and then undertaking socio-legal research into behavioural change  for consumers but also into better managem...