Humanities & Social Sciences The Graduate School

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  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • conference table in the graduate school
  • conference space in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • meeting rooms with glass doors in the graduate school
  • students meeting in meeting space in the graduate school
  • a large purple seated area in front of a long desk work space in the graduate school

The Graduate School brings together Postgraduate Research Students from the variety of disciplines within the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.

Postgraduate research areas

News

  • SGSSS Open Collaborative Competition

    "What we do together: Associational life, volunteering and the benefits for well-being and health for younger and older volunteers"

    This studentship aims to advance understanding of the catalysts of associational life and the role of volunteering as a facilitator of this. It will be supervised jointly by Dr Daniela Sime and Prof Bernard Harris at the University of Strathclyde and Matthew Linning at Volunteer Scotland.

  • Dean's Global Research Scholarships

    In 2018/19 these scholarships are available to new overseas students. In 2019/20 they are available to new and current overseas students.

    The scholarships will help to cover the difference between the tuition fee for an overseas postgraduate research student and that chargeable to a UK/EU postgraduate research student. The awards will apply for each year of study up to 3 years.

  • AHRC-aligned MRes Interdisciplinary Excellence Awards: 2019-20

    These masters-level bursaries are being funded by Research and Knowledge Exchange Services, to facilitate applications to the AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scotland in all departments and faculties.

Events

  • Wed
    Mar
    20

    Humanities Seminar: 'Interrogating the Affect/Schizo Dichtonomy in Psychiatry'

    Presenter: Dr Asa Jansson (University of Durham)

    Location: LH104; 4.00pm - 5.00pm

  • Wed
    Mar
    27

    SWSP Seminar: 'Citizenship, Recovery and Mental health - Developing a model of citizenship for Scotland'

    Presenter: Dr Gillian MacIntyre (University of Strathclyde)

    Location: LH226a; 12.00pm - 1.00pm

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