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PhD Position, ‘Architects as Educators: Reconsidering the role of design professionals in owner-occupier low-carbon retrofit’, Northumbria University, UK

Northumbria University invites applications for the following PhD position: Architects as Educators: Reconsidering the role of design professionals in owner-occupier low-carbon retrofit’ Project Description In industrialized countries like the UK, residential buildings consume almost one third of the total energy supply. Combined with the low rate of housing replacement in many developed countries, this makes […]

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Fully funded PhD studentship: Geographies of the former Yugoslavia, Newcastle University, UK

Value of award: 100% tuition fees paid (UK/EU/International) and annual living expenses of £15,009 Number of awards: 1 Start date and duration: September 2020. 3 years Application closing date: 21 February 2020 Overview: The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology at Newcastle University invites applications for a fully funded doctoral studentship in the area of Geographies […]

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NUAcT PhD Studentship: Geographies of Palestine, Newcastle University, UK

Value of award Full tuition fees at the UK, EU or International rate plus an annual maintenance grant equivalent to the National Minimum Doctoral Stipend (currently for 2019/20 this is £15,009) across 3 years. Number of awards: 1 Start date and duration: September 2020. 3 Years Application closing date: 21 February 2020 (Expression of Interest by 7 February […]

East Midlands

The RSA East Midlands Branch Chair, Gary Bosworth, is a Reader at the University of Lincoln. “I first joined the RSA in 2009 as an Early Career Member.  This was my first year at the University of Lincoln where I began as a Research Fellow in the Business School and now, as a Reader of […]

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Lecturer/Associate Professor in Social and Cultural Geography, UCL, UK

Duties and Responsibilities The Department of Geography at UCL invites applications for the position of Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Social and Cultural Geography. The department encourages applications from those trained in relevant fields including Human Geography, Social Anthropology and Sociology. We would particularly welcome applicants with research interests in fields such as migration, gender and […]

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Lecturer/Associate Professor in Environment, Politics and Society, UCL, UK

Duties and Responsibilities The Department of Geography at UCL invites applications for the position of Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Environment, Politics and Society. This is a new position which is being established as part of an expansion of research and teaching on the Anthropocene and Climate Change in the Department and across the Faculty of […]

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PhD scholarship: Assess city-wide socio-spatial and environmental impacts of autonomous vehicles, University of Manchester, UK

PhD scholarship: Assess city-wide socio-spatial and environmental impacts of autonomous vehicles University of Manchester, UK Full details here https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/golden/melbourne/ Developing an integrated modelling framework to assess city-wide socio-spatial and environmental impacts of autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles or self-driving cars are increasingly becoming part of the portfolio of advanced technologies that will shape transport and mobility […]

Realising the Potential of London and the Wider South East

Dave Valler is Reader in Planning, School of the Built Environment at Oxford Brookes, and Chair of the RSA London and South East Branch. His research interests range across local and regional economic development, urban theory and politics, sub-national governance and policy, and science/hi-tech spaces. He has recently published research specifically on theoretical and practical […]

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Assistant/Associate Professor in Political Science, University of Nottingham, UK

Salary: £36,914 to £62,727 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance. Associate Professor minimum salary £52,560 per annum. Applications are invited for the post of Assistant/Associate Professor (Research and Teaching) in the field of Political Science and Quantitative Methods within the School of Politics and International Relations […]

2020 RSA Winter Conference - Save the Date

12 November 2020

2019 RSA Winter Conference - conference photos now online

The 2019 RSA Winter conference took place from 14th-15th November 2019 at the Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury. Delegates enjoyed two days of presentation, discussion and plenary sessions. Please click here to view the conference photos. Click here to view the Conference Infographic. Fumi Kitagawa (FeRSA) has written a blog about organising a special session at the Winter Conference 2019. […]

RSA 2019 Student and Early Career Conference Report

The RSA 2019 student and early career conference was held in the University of Lincoln, where we were welcomed by Dr Gary Bosworth and his colleagues from the School of Geography and the Lincoln International Business School. They shared some of their work, with a focus on designing and carrying out research for policy impact. […]

Klaus Dodds

Professor Klaus Dodds is the Director of Research for the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway. He was awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize for his achievements in the fields of geopolitics and human geography. In academic year 2010-11, he was a visiting fellow at St Cross College, Oxford and HARC fellow at Royal Holloway. In October 2012, […]

Alessandro Sancino

Dr. Alessandro Sancino (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in Management at The Open University Business School’s Department of Public Leadership & Social Enterprise, where he brings extensive academic experience from posts held in Italy, Switzerland, Peru’ and the UK. Alessandro is a truly international scholar and he has published in top journals in the fields of […]

Alasdair Rae

Alasdair Rae is a Professorial Fellow in Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield. He is an urban and regional analyst focusing on spatial data, GIS, neighbourhoods, housing markets, transport, commuting, quantitative data analysis, internet search data and geovisualization. Alasdair is a founding Editor of the interdisciplinary journal, Regional Studies, Regional Science, now one of […]

Peter Sunley

Peter Sunley is Professor of Human Geography, and Director of Research and Enterprise in Geography and Environment, at the University of Southampton.  He has published widely on economic geography including spatial dimensions of labour and regional political economy. His research has focused on geographies of labour organisation and policy, regional and local economic development, innovation […]

Mario Davide Parrilli

M. Davide Parrilli is Full Professor of Regional Economic Development at Bournemouth University. He has published extensive research on SME development, clusters and districts evolution, regional innovation systems and global innovation networks, global value chains, and social capital in peer-reviewed journals such as RP, SBE, RS, ERD, EPS, TECH, RIPE. In his academic career Davide […]

Simona Iammarino

Simona Iammarino is Professor of Economic Geography at the Department of Geography & Environment of the London School of Economics and Political Science. She served as Head of Department (2014–2017), and is an academic member of the LSE Council and Court of Governors (2016-2022, 2nd term). She is also an Affiliate Faculty Member at the […]

Stuart Dawley

Dr Stuart Dawley is a Senior Lecturer in Economic Geography in the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS) at Newcastle University. His current research focuses upon the evolution of local and regional economies, particularly understanding the dynamics of path creation and development as part of the energy transition.  More broadly, his research previously […]

Michael Taster

Michael Taster is a current PhD research student in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield. His current research project is sponsored by the RSA and is entitled, “The Creation and Reproduction of Policy Relevant Spatial Knowledge and New Publishing Models, A Case Study of Regional Studies.” The project seeks […]

Frances Brill

Frances is a post-doc researcher on the ‘What is Governed in Cities’ project, based at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL. Her current research focuses on the governance of residential real estate investment in London, particularly around the housing crisis, risk strategies and the role of private sector norms. I completed my PhD at UCL, […]

Fulong Wu

Fulong Wu is Bartlett Professor of Planning at University College London. His research interests include urban development in China and its social and sustainable challenges. He has recently published a book, Planning for Growth: Urban and Regional Planning in China (2015, Routledge). He was awarded 2013 Outstanding International Impact Prize by UK ESRC. He is […]

Alex de Ruyter

Alex de Ruyter is a professor at Birmingham City University and serves as Director of its Centre for Brexit Studies. He brings a wealth of research experience and academic engagement in the area of regional economic development and labour market issues. He has published over 60 academic outputs in leading national and international journals, including the International Journal […]

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