PhD Studentship: Counter Terrorism and Protecting Crowded Places (Fully Funded)
The Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations (CTPSR) at Coventry University is seeking applicants for a studentship in protecting crowded places. Potential areas of exploration include an understanding of the impact of counterterrorism protective security measures on societal behaviour; innovative approaches to financing counterterrorism protective security measures in private sector crowded places; novel methods for enhancing situational awareness for those responding to incidents in crowded places; or understanding how new methods for enhancing situational awareness may enhance or challenge the decision making of first responders.
The supervision team will be Professor David McIlhatton, Professor Rachel Monaghan and Professor Gavin Sullivan.
The successful candidate for this PhD Studentship will include a tax-free stipend per annum paid at UKRI rates (estimated at £15,197 for 2020/21), and tuition fees (UK/EU/International), as well as a research development allowance of £1,000 per annum.
To submit your application or learn more, please visit the centre’s application page, here: https://pgrplus.coventry.ac.uk/studentships/fah-counter-terrorism-and-protecting-crowded-places