The University of Lincoln is investing over half a million pounds in new strategic research opportunities, including fully-funded PhD studentships to start in September 2014. Twenty fully-funded candidates will be entitled to full UK/EU fees and a stipend of £15,000 a year for a maximum of three and a half years.
Applications are invited for a number of projects, including the following that include academics from the School of Sport & Exercise Science in their supervisory teams:
- Investigating the relationship between mental toughness and flow in sport/exercise (Lee Crust, Christian Swann)
- Physical Activity, Ageing and Embodiment: Investigating contested memories of being a physically active older adult (Adam Evans, Jaqui Allen-Collinson, Joanna Blackwell)
- Role of Physical-Cognitive Dual-task Activity on Neurocognition and Health in Older Adults (Mark Smith)
Entry requirements and details of how to apply can be found on the individual Studentship links above.
Applications should be made by 5pm on 18th April 2014. Candidates will be notified w/c 5th May of the outcome of the process. Interviews are anticipated to take place w/c 26th May.