Travel Bursary Awards
The GESA Doctoral Network awards its first round of travel bursaries to three PhD students.
David Rudolph from the Institute of Geography (School of Geosciences) will attend the 32nd International Geographical Congress in Cologne, Germany on 26-30th August.
He will deliver a presentation titled, “Leaving NIMBYs behind - Uncertainty within space-related conflicts over offshore wind farms in Scotland and Germany”.
Ritumbra Manuvie from the School of Law will attend the Conference on Human Rights, Environmental Change, Migration and Displacement in Vienna, Austria on 20-21st September.
She will present a paper titled, “Human Rights Story - the Role of Judiciary in Protecting Climate Change Victims”.
Brett Sylvester Matulis
Brett Sylvester Matulis from the Institute of Geography (School of Geosciences), will participate in the 9th Annual Conference on Critical Geography in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA on 2-4th November.
He will deliver a presentation titled, “The Near Future: Volatility, Opportunity and Critique”.
The Doctoral Network is open to PhD students, their supervisors, GESA-related faculty as well as members of other Global Academies and the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. If you wish to join the network, please email: