Our purpose is to provide a supportive environment that fosters high quality research into all aspects of Christian Ministry. The Humanities department has eight staff (plus visiting lecturers) teaching on five Christian Ministry related programmes to 150 students, and there are others engaged in related research in other departments. With such a critical mass, this research group aims to make links between research and teaching, explore issues of research methodology, collaborate on funding bids, and through regular meetings provide a forum for academics and postgraduate students to share critical issues in their ongoing research.
Our meetings for the academic year 2016-2017 are all on Tuesday mornings from 11.30-12.30pm in Howard 102, Digby Stuart College, main campus. See Events for topic details and dates.
The Convenor of the Group is Dr Andrew Rogers, Department of Humanities, +44 (0)20 8392 8167 or email@example.com
Every year AHRC Studentships are available through the TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership. Each scholarship includes maintenance and fees for three years for a full-time student, or for five years for a part-time student. The TECHNE training programme is enhanced by input and placement opportunities provided by 13 partner organisations, including the Museum of London, the Barbican, the Natural History Museum, the British Film Institute, the Victoria & Albert Museum. See information about subjects and possible supervisors (PDF) in the department. Completed application forms, along with supporting documentation, should be submitted to TECHNE@roehampton.ac.uk by midnight on the 29 January 2017. Please contact the Research Degrees Convener to discuss what supervision is available/eligibility and express your informal expression of interest to apply by 1 December 2016.