More Just, More Sustainable Futures 1.0: Artistic Research Symposium for PhD Students
What's on at the University of Plymouth: More Just, More Sustainable Futures 1.0: Artistic Research Symposium for PhD Students. 2021 theme: Multiple ecologies, diverse ontologies. 28-30 September 2021.
Historian named as joint winner of prestigious national prize
Dr Louis Halewood is chosen by the Institute of Historical Research as one of two winners for the 2020 Sir Julian Corbett Prize in Modern Naval History.
Cross Cutting Strand: Arts - Health Collaborative Research
Breaking down barriers: Interdisciplinary research between researchers in health, care, arts, humanities and business
Making art experiences accessible for all
Plymouth University News: Plymouth University and Fine Art graduate awarded funding to make the arts available to all
Cultural impact and collaboration
Capitalising on our research excellence and expertise, the Institute focuses on inter and cross disciplinary initiatives, cultural impact and engaging the general public in creative encounters and discussions.
The Arts Institute celebrates and facilitates world-leading research across, between and with arts and humanities disciplines.
Arts and humanities research leadership
Research leadership is a key priority for development at Plymouth. As research leadership becomes increasingly important to many funders in arts and humanities disciplines, the Arts Institute is investing in supporting research leaders.
School of Architecture, Design and Environment Research Masters (ResM) - further details
With the Research Masters (ResM) at Plymouth University, you'll have some taught elements and an extended research phase. There is also the option to study full or part-time.