The Society is delighted to announce a new grant for post-doctoral development research.
The Rob Potter Award is the latest addition to the Society’s grants programme. This new award of £1,500 will be offered for the first time in 2018 as a supplement to one of the projects supported under the Society’s Small Research Grants scheme, or as an independent award.
The Rob Potter Award is given in celebration of Rob Potter (1950-2014), Emeritus Professor of Human Geography at the University of Reading and founding editor of the journal Progress in Development Studies. In tribute to Rob, the award is open to early career researchers whose work focuses on socio-economic development issues such as urbanisation, housing and participatory planning, or transnational migration and identities - particularly in relation to the contemporary Caribbean.
The deadline for applications is 18 January.
In 2019, a team of undergraduate students from Newcastle University spent three weeks in the Eastern Sayan Mountains, Siberia, working alongside local collaborators to collect key data to help reconstruct the past climate of the region.
In 2019, PhD student Silvia Hassouna from Aberystwyth University explored environmental and artistic approaches to the preservation of cultural heritage from loss and expropriation in the West Bank.
In 2019, a team of undergraduate students from the University of Exeter spent six weeks in Madagascar collaborating with local researchers to conduct the first preliminary biodiversity surveys of the Iaroka Forest in Eastern Madagascar.
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