Architecture & Urban Planning

30 Mar 2017

Frampton Event

  On Friday 17 March students from University of Dundee Architecture and Urban Planning took part in a Scottish Schools review with renowned architect and critic Kenneth Frampton. The event which was organised collectively by The Association of Scottish Schools of Architecture (ASSA) involved an afternoon of student reviews followed by a public lecture.     Students that had been nominated for the RIBA Presidents Medal 2016 were invited to present their work to Frampton and participate in a discussion about their work and architectural education. Peter Garrett Munnoch, who graduate...

Frampton Event

Business

4 Apr 2017

Expanding links in India

A team from the School of Business have returned from a hugely successful trip to India, building relationships with some of India’s leading businesses. Organised in partnership with the British Education Centre (BEC), the team, made up of Wendy Alexander, VP for Internationalisation, Prof. Kevin Grant, Director/Dean of the School of Business, Dr. Brian Howieson, Dr. Dooruj Rambaccussing and Indre Urbanaviciute, University of Dundee Student President, spent a week engaging with businesses and prospective students. Staff from the School ran a series of educational workshops and masterclasses with lead...

Expanding links in India

CEPMLP

21 Mar 2017

New Publication - Energy Transitions: Regulatory and Policy Trend

CEPMLP Research Fellow, Gokce Mete, has recently been published in “Energy Transitions: Regulatory and Policy Trends” which highlights the recent developments in EU energy law and underlying policy aspects that shape the regulatory approach to energy. By acknowledging the multidisciplinary nature of energy law, its close relationship with policy issues and its development as an evolving new sector-specific legal field, this book reflects the multifaceted nature of EU energy law by focusing on the most topical issues of EU energy law and policy today. Access the publication here...

New Publication - Energy Transitions: Regulatory and Policy Trend

Geography

10 Apr 2017

Pathways out of prostitution: Identity and stigma amongst those engaged in commercial sexual exploitation

PhD Studentship Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship (ESRC) investigating the social and psychological factors that shape the opportunities for women involved in commercial sexual exploitation to exit prostitution. Because of the nature of this research, only female candidates can be considered. The studentship: Funding is available (fees plus maintenance grant) to undertake research leading to a PhD at the University of Dundee. The studentship is for three years and is suitable for an individual who holds a first degree and an MSc in subjects that provide research training in the so...

Law

25 Apr 2017

Keynote paper on a Low Carbon Future

Prof Colin Reid gave one of the keynote papers at an interdisciplinary conference at Stirling University held in April 2017 as part of a project on Connecting with a Low Carbon Scotland.  Led by academics at Stirling and Warwick, a Research Network in the Arts and Humanities has been supported by the Royal Society of Edinburgh to bring together researchers from a wide range of disciplines to discuss their perspectives on and the research work and opportunities in this field.  Following earlier meetings of panels in separate disciplines, the two-day conference was a major element in this network&r...

Keynote paper on a Low Carbon Future

Psychology

10 Apr 2017

Pathways out of prostitution: Identity and stigma amongst those engaged in commercial sexual exploitation

PhD Studentship Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship (ESRC) investigating the social and psychological factors that shape the opportunities for women involved in commercial sexual exploitation to exit prostitution. Because of the nature of this research, only female candidates can be considered. The studentship: Funding is available (fees plus maintenance grant) to undertake research leading to a PhD at the University of Dundee. The studentship is for three years and is suitable for an individual who holds a first degree and an MSc in subjects that provide research training in the so...

Politics

1 Nov 2016

Cameron Ross returns from Gaidar Fellowship in Russia

Dr Cameron Ross, Reader in Politics at the University of Dundee, has just returned from Moscow where he held a prestigious Gaidar Fellowship (named after a former Prime Minister of Russia).  The objective of the fellowship was to carry out research at the Russian Presidential Academy for the National Economy and Public Administration. Dr Ross presented a paper to senior scholars and students on the rise of the middle class in Russia and its support for democratic values....