Wales DTP student, Rebecca Windemer (Environmental Planning, Cardiff University) recently had a piece published in The Conversation, ‘Repowering the UK’s oldest wind farms could boost energy generation by 171%’ Continue reading
Our induction event for new students took place last month, and recordings of many of the talks and presentations are now available. Continue reading
We have an internship available with the Welsh Government.
Mae Interniaeth ar gael gyda Llywodraeth Cymru. Continue reading
Wales DTP Post-Doctoral Fellow Anna Piggott has just had a piece published in The Conversation. Continue reading
The Assembly Commission is seeking one or two people interested in an internship of up to 3 months, commencing in January 2019 or soon after.
Mae Comisiwn y Cynulliad yn chwilio am un neu ddau o bobl i ymgymryd ag interniaeth hyd at 3 mis, gan ddechrau ym mis Ionawr 2019 neu yn fuan wedi hynny. Continue reading
Former Wales DTP student Dr Siôn Aled Owen has published a collection of poetry which includes poems inspired by his doctoral research into the factors influencing school pupils’ social use of Welsh. Siôn is presently giving readings from Meirioli and recently appeared at the Eisteddfod in Cardiff last month. Continue reading
Congratulations to Amy Sanders who won this year’s three minute engagement and impact competition (3MEI) at last month’s WISERD Conference. Continue reading
The policy internship scheme offers a wide range of placements to ESRC funded students: you get a paid extension to your PhD (so it won’t take time away) and it doesn’t need to be directly related to your research. Continue reading
As part of a new scheme for ESRC Post-Doctoral Fellowships, we are delighted to offer fellowships to seven outstanding applicants who will take up the posts from October. Continue reading
Wales DTP student Michael Scott Evans is director of the Nuffield Research Placement programme for the School of Psychology at Cardiff University, which aims to engage with the local community by inspiring and supporting sixth form students aged 16-17 from relatively disadvantaged communities with hands-on experience of a professional research environment. Continue reading