Student sustainability research prize 2017
Amie Townshend, BA (Hons) Photography, SEI student research prize winner 2016

Inspiring future researchers

Plymouth University’s reputation for sustainability continues to grow and we are recognised as international leaders in the sector, taking an award winning approach to working collaboratively across campus operations, research, and teaching and learning.

Now in its third year, the Student Sustainability Research Prize, awarded by the Sustainable Earth Institute, celebrates the exceptional research underway by students, looking at creating a better future. It is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking a final year project or dissertation.

A list of courses that participate are available below.  

Students

If you're course is on the list below, please contact the person listed as Sustainable Earth Institute lead directly and discuss any questions you may have with them about being considered for the prize.

If you're course isn't mentioned below, please ask your programme manager to contact Paul Hardman, Manager of the Sustainable Earth Institute, to discuss the opportunity of having their course listed.

Staff

If your course isn't mentioned below, please contact Paul Hardman, Manager of the Sustainable Earth Institute, to discuss the opportunity of having your course listed.

Participating courses and leads

Faculty of Science and Engineering


Faculty of Health and Human Sciences


Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry


Faculty of Business

Faculty of Arts and Humanities


Student sustainability research prize 2015

In 2015, we launched our student sustainability research prize to celebrate the breadth and standard of undergraduate sustainability research at Plymouth University.

Winners included students from 3D design, geography, environmental science, fine art, public management and business, marketing, psychology, adult nursing and dietetics.

Read the 2015 winners

Image credit: Heather Nunn, winner of the BA (Hons) Fine Art sustainability prize 2016 from the Sustainable Earth Institute (www.heathernunnprintmaker.com)

Student sustainability research prize 2016

Plymouth University’s reputation for sustainability continues to grow and we are recognised as international leaders in the sector, taking an award winning approach to working collaboratively across campus operations, research, and teaching and learning.

The student research prize, now in its second year, celebrates the inspirational sustainability projects being conducted by students, and recognises the talent they have for creating a better future.

Read the 2016 winners