Establishing validity for children’s self-reported participant roles in bullying Centre for Evidence Based Early Intervention, School of Psychology, Bangor University Project ID: BUK2191 Annual Stipend: £11,586 Application Deadline: 11th December 2020 This scholarship is linked to the Centre’s work on disseminating and evaluating the Finnish KiVa school-based bullying prevention programme. Since initially introducing the… Read more »
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Behavioural and health impacts of raising children in a digital household This project will be collaborative between School of Education and Human Development and School of Health Sciences, Bangor University. Project ID: BUK2E044 Annual Stipend: £11,586 Application Deadline: 14th December 2020 Interviews: 17th December 2020 We are seeking a highly capable and motivated graduate for… Read more »
Are wetlands the superheroes of the natural world? KESS Alumni Dr Christian Dunn from Bangor University discusses how swamps, bogs, marshes and fens are responsible for the creation of civilisations and cultures in this TEDx talk.
Postgraduate research has faced some significant hurdles during these unprecedented times. But has the global pandemic brought opportunities to research that would not otherwise have presented themselves? Has the challenge of Covid-19 opened doors and triggered novel ways of working? KESS 2 has launched an initiative to capture and share participants’ experiences during the Covid-19… Read more »
Fusion Fuel Cycle sponsored by Tokamak Energy and KESS 2 at Bangor University Project ID: BUK2210 Annual Stipend: £11,586 Application Deadline: 11th January 2021 Project Description: Energy from nuclear fusion is the result of the fusion of light atoms such as the isotopes of hydrogen – deuterium (2H) and tritium (3H). The most favoured fusion… Read more »
Exploring unscheduled care at night: the night owls project Bangor University, School of Health Sciences Project ID: BUK2192 Annual Stipend: £11,246 Application Deadline: 26 November 2020 This project presents an exciting opportunity to complete a fully funded, full-time one year Masters by Research. The starting date is 4th January 2021. Needing assistance or worrying about… Read more »
On Friday 11th September 2020 Dyfed Rhys Morgan, a KESS 2 student from Bangor University, gave an interview live on-air with Aled Hughes (Radio Cymru) discussing his research on micro-breweries in Wales. Listen again by following this link (the item begins from 1 hour and 14 mins) https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000mdgb – Please note that the show is recorded in… Read more »
Abraham Makanjuola, KESS 2 Research Masters student at Bangor University, gives a short talk about Social Prescribing. Abraham won the ‘best presentation’ award the Aspiring Researchers Conference (ARC 2020) with this talk, which was held on 4th August 2020.
On 30th July 2020 Bangor University’s Sustainability Lab hosted a webinar focusing on Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, linking up with the United Nations “Goal of the Month”. Amongst the speakers for the webinar were three KESS 2 participants; Shannan Southwood-Samuel, Nisha Rawindaran and Jennifer Langer, whose short talks you can watch again below. Videos are subtitled… Read more »
On 25th June 2020 Bangor University’s Sustainability Lab hosted a webinar titled “Partnerships for Sustainability” to plug in with the United Nations Goal of the Month No.17, “Partnerships for the Goals”. Amongst the speakers for the webinar were three KESS 2 participants; Andrew Rogers, Jessica Hughes and John Barker, whose short talks you can watch again… Read more »