Showcasing the diversity, innovation and breadth of our PhD research community, and the benefits each researcher brings to our society and economy. Please click on the researcher’s image to hear more about their research and how they can help you! More researcher profiles will be added over the coming weeks – please do check back in to listen to more researchers.
Michelle Trottier is a PhD student in the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Her research is focused on understanding the employability impact of networked learning.
Beth Cloughton is a PhD student at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Her research focuses on connecting communities, and the transformative impacts of community garden networks. She works with Baltic Street Adventure Playground; a community-run garden and adventure playground.
Zubeida Lowton is a PhD student at the School of Social and Political Science. Her research focuses on analysing socio-spatial transformation in post-apartheid South Africa, and comparing Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Elysha Ramage is a PhD student at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Her research focuses on why working-class people remain under-represented in HE. She evaluates the impact of this and examines the participation choices, labour market options and outcomes facing qualified, young working-class people who do not choose higher education.