Announcing a funded PhD on Nature and Well-Being: A Campus Wide Approach. The Faculty of Education and Health Sciences at the University of Limerick is sponsoring PhD research scholarships to be associated with the Health Research Institute (HRI). Six scholarships will be available for 2018/19 registration and the scholarships are for new PT or FT entrants and will cover fees and an annual pro rata stipend of €10000. One proposed project will be supervised by psychologist Dr Tadhg MacIntyre, exercise physiologist Dr Giles Warrington (Head of Department, PESS, UL) and Professor Dominic Harmon (University Hospital Limerick). It is fitting that UL with its 133 hectare campus spanning the river Shannon, investigate the benefits and co-benefits of a healthy campus concept.
Candidates both EU and non-EU are encouraged to engage with the relevant project supervisors in advance of submitting an application to discuss the project in more detail and candidate’s subject expertise. It is expected that interview dates for successful applications will be held sometime between 2nd to 13th of July. Further information available from Tadhg.MacIntyre@ul.ie and the submission date for applications is June 21st.
Visit Go Green Ex for more information about the transdisciplinary research initiative led by Dr. Tadhg MacIntyre at the Health Research Institute at the University of Limerick.