Community awareness workshops

Thai coastal project community presentation

The final (4th) workshops under WP6 were conducted during January 24th-29th 2022 at Laem-Talumphuk Subdistrict and Koh-Phet Subdistrict, Nakhon Si Thammarat; and Klongprasong Subdistrict and Saladaan Subdistrict, Krabi. These subdistricts are the same sites where the 3rd workshops were done in 2021. The primary aim of the workshops has been to build community awareness on risks and vulnerabilities of […]

Coasts for Kids in the running for LCR Culture and Creativity Award

Sefton Coasts for Kids – an initiative to inspire the next generation of learners to protect the world’s coastlines – has been shortlisted for a Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Award.

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Looking at Human Geography with Dr Ayushman Bhagat

In September 2021, Edge Hill University’s GeoSciences Department welcomed two new Human Geography lecturers to the department. Dr Niroshan Ramachandran whose research is primarily focused on social protection for asylum seekers and refugees in host countries and Dr Ayushman Bhagat whose current research area concerns the politics of anti-trafficking and emigration control in the South Asia-Middle […]

Undergraduate students take up summer Research Assistant post

Natasha (left) and Molly (right) performing density separate on sediment samples to separate the cryptotephra from other materials within the sample.

The Student Opportunity Fund at Edge Hill University is an exciting initiative which contributes financial support that helps students take part in activities which enhance employability, build confidence and develop transferable skills. Over summer 2021, BSc Geography students, Molly Jackman and Natasha Jones conducted laboratory work for Dr Joanne Egan on her research project entitled: […]