Three IRC PhD Scholarships awarded to School of Geography students
The School of Geography are delighted to welcome all our new PhD students and say many congratulations to three students who were successfully awarded prestigious IRC Postgraduate Scholarships to begin on October 1st 2017. We wish them well with their research projects as detailed below.
Cliodhna Martin supervised by: Niamh Moore-Cherry and Dympna Devine (Education)
Title: Dublin – a child friendly city? An interdisciplinary study of children and young peoples agency in, and lived experience of, the urban environment, 1997- 2017
Niall Traynor supervised by: Christine Bonnin and Niamh Moore-Cherry
Title: Urban Improvement Projects in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Private Capital Financing and Street Vendor Livelihoods Implications.
Maria Walsh supervised by: Niamh Moore-Cherry
Title: Domestic gardens and the city as socio-ecological system: Investigating the governance, potential and sustainability of private urban green infrastructure in Dublin, Ireland
For further information on the IRC Scholarships, please visit http://research.ie/funding-category/postgraduate/. If you are interested in applying this year (Deadline: 1 November 2017), please view our research pages for staff expertise and make early contact with a potential supervisor.