Arts and Humanities Consortium

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The Arts & Humanities Consortium of the Universities of Stirling and Strathclyde (including the Department of Computer and Information Sciences) has been established in order to further our strong track record of collaboration.

Ian Ruthven  |  David McMenemy

We have been awarded an AHRC Block Grant Partnership for 2011-13, further details of which are available on the Consortium page.

Computer and Information Sciences are recruiting one PhD student and one Masters student in the area of Librarianship and Information Science to start in September 2011. Contact David McMenemy for further details.

The Consortium combines academic excellence with social and economic relevance, through the integration of research-led academic study, professional skills acquisition, and knowledge exchange activities.

The Consortium accentuates and enhances research and professional strengths, furthers inter-institutional collaborations at staff and student level, and is developing an innovative and flexible approach to training, interdisciplinary study, and public engagement. Both universities are seeking to build on existing strengths and a shared ethos in order to develop our distinctive, high quality research-intensive environments where staff, postgraduates and external partners can work together to set, renew and develop research agendas.