PhD training & CREATe Studio
Welcome to CREATe’s Postgraduate Researcher Community page. CREATe is a complex undertaking, comprising over forty projects and almost one hundred academic contributors. There is considerable diversity in both, with research and researchers varying in disciplinary and methodological terms, and in terms of the sectors with which they are most closely associated. To sustain CREATe and ensure its legacy we have committed a great deal of resource and energy to our postgraduate programmes, in order to ensure that the next generation of researchers are equipped to tackle the challenges of research within the digital creative economy. This implies breadth of methodological competencies, high levels of data and technology literacy, acute appreciation of the wide range of business and economic models involved and, for CREATe researchers to be as comfortable liaising with industry and policy partners as with their academic peers.
We embrace our own diversity as one of the consortium’s key strengths, and as a tool to facilitate the development of this new generation of skills and competencies.
|Mr Jaakko Miettinen (PhD)|
|Ms Amy Thomas|
|Mr Kenny Barr (PhD)
Now Research Assistant in School of Culture and Creative Arts
|Ms Megan Rae Blakely (PhD)
Now Lecturer in Law at Lancaster University
|Ms Sheona Burrow (PhD)
Now Research Assistant at CREATe
|Ms Kerry Patterson (RA)
Now CREATe Community Manager
|Ms Victoria Stobo (PhD)
Now EnDOW Research Assistant and Lecturer at Liverpool University
|Ms Andrea Wallace (PhD)
Now Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter<
CREATe Studio is an interdisciplinary series of PhD training workshops and reading groups, which allow researchers from a variety of academic backgrounds to learn new research methods and read new things, providing them an opportunity to meet with peers and share ideas. More details are available from the CREATe Studio webpage.
More details about research methods are available from the CREATe Capacity Building Resource in Interdisciplinary Research Methodology for Social Sciences.