ESRC DTC Collaborative Award Studentships 2015/16

ESRC ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • These awards are only available to nationals from the UK and EU and are not open to applicants who are liable to pay academic fees at the international fee rate. UK applicants will be eligible for a full award (paying fees and maintenance at standard Research Council rates). EU applicants are normally eligible for a fees only award, unless they have been resident in the UK for 3 years immediately preceding the date of the award.
  • For 1+3 and +3 awards, applicants must hold at least a UK upper second class honours degree or equivalent.
  • Applicants applying for a +3 award must demonstrate that they have already completed the full research training requirements. 

Studentships available in the following areas:

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Claire Hulme c.t.hulme@leeds.ac.uk University of Leeds Leeds Institute of Health Sciences Slimming World
Studentship Project Title:  Community weight loss programmes – applying traditional and behavioural-economic approaches to help understand when they are cost-effective NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Martin Webber martin.webber@york.ac.uk University of York Department of Social Policy and Social Work North Yorkshire Police
Studentship Project Title:  Policing mental health: A realist evaluation of street triage in North Yorkshire   NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Clifford Stott c.stott@leeds.ac.uk University of Leeds School of Law Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner of West Yorkshire (OPCC) & East Jutland Police, Denmark
Studentship Project Title:  A comparative analysis of the policing and prevention of radicalization and violent extremism in the UK and Denmark – NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Robin Wooffitt robin.woofitt@york.ac.uk University of York Sociology Northern School of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
Studentship Project Title:  Relational dynamics and interaction in adolescent psychotherapy – NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Thomas  Webb t.webb@sheffield.ac.uk University of Sheffield Department of Psychology Mobius Performance Consulting
Studentship Project Title: Leaving elite sport: Understanding the determinants of adjustment to retirement – NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Charisma Choudhury University of Leeds Institute of Transport Studies Mott MacDonald
Studentship Project Title:  Enhancing Transport Planning Models Using Emerging Big Data Sources – NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
David Allen da2@lubs.leeds.ac.uk  University of Leeds Leeds University Business School British Telecom
Studentship Project Title:  Climate change and technology adaptation to support service continuity and flood response and resilence  NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Jackie Harrison J.Harrison@sheffield.ac.uk University of Sheffield Department of Journalism Studies UNESCO
Studentship Project Title:  The design and structure of Journalism Safety Trends (JSTs) data sets as indicators of the safety and risk to the practice of free journalism in hostile environments inimical to free journalism at national and regional levels and as indicators of the broader status of media freedom, democracy and development in nations.  NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Liz Sharp l.sharp@sheffield.ac.uk University of Sheffield Department of Town and Regional Planning International Water Associateion, Public and Customer Communications Specialist Group (IWA PCCSG)
Studentship Project Title:  Public communications in the adaptive water utility  NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Julia Steinberger j.k.steinberger@leeds.ac.uk University of Leeds School of Earth and Environment Oxfam
Studentship Project Title:  Prioritising human wellbeing in a climate-constrained world – NOW FILLED

 

Name Email University Department Collaborative Partner
Gordon Dabinett g.e.dabinett@sheffield.ac.uk University of Sheffield Department of Town and Regional Planning Regional Studies Association & Taylor & Francis Group
Studentship Project Title:  The creation and reproduction of policy relevant spatial knowledge and new publishing models: A case study of regional studies   NOW FILLED

In each case, please contact the academic lead for further information.