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Funded PhD food production project opportunity
The Open University Business School invites applications to work on a PhD project about the organisation of food production
The Open University Business School invites applications to work on a PhD project about the organisation of food production and how it can be changed to protect people, animals and planet.
Unit: Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)
Salary: £17668 (circa) per year
Location: Milton Keynes with opportunities for home-based working
Closing date: midday, 21 February 2023
Your application should be based on the PuLSE02 Changing the organisation of food production project. Your proposed project will build on your previous practical and academic experience of food production as well as your enthusiasm for producing healthy food in more sustainable ways.
The successful applicant be supervised by Open University researchers, Prof Emma Bell and Dr Charles Barthold. Applications will be considered for a fully funded full-time studentship as well as potential fee bursaries. Full details of how to apply can be found on the Open University website.
If you would like to discuss this role with someone before applying, please email Prof Emma Bell.
Published 26 Jan 2023
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