Following the centenary of the UCD School of Architecture in 2011/12, two scholarships have been established to support doctoral studies in its areas of existing and emerging research strength. The areas are considered to include the following, but all excellent proposals will be considered:
• Conservation and Heritage
• Sustainable Building Design and Performance
• Urban Design
• History of Architecture and Designed Landscapes
• Theory and Design of Architecture
While pursuing PhD track research under supervision of academic staff from the school and its broader academic network, recipients of the scholarships will also be expected to contribute fully to the emerging interdisciplinary research culture at the School of Architecture, UCD, engaging with the core and elective graduate modules, critical and reflective practice, and research-driven seminars, symposia, conferences and publications.
The doctoral fellowship is valued at up to €21,000 per annum inclusive of fees. It will be awarded initially for one year, renewable for two additional years.
Candidates should have:
• a primary degree in architecture or cognate discipline.
• an established area of research interest, demonstrated either through having a research degree or through a record of publications and other activity in the area.
• the ability to complete PhD within the timeframe of the scholarship
• the capacity to contribute to the teaching programmes, the research culture and the broader academic mission of the school
Applicants should forward a full CV and covering letter outlining their suitability for the position, along with the attached form, which details their research proposal.
Applicants should be sent to:
Professor Hugh Campbell, UCD School of Architecture, Richview, UCD Belfield, Dublin 4
Closing date for applications is 12th November 2012.
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