Five new research themes launched

Posted on 14/02/2013
Founders clock-tower with flag

Royal Holloway has formally launched its five major research themes at a special internal event on Wednesday 13 February in the Windsor Building Auditorium.

Introduced by the Principal Paul Layzell and Vice-Principal for Research and Dean of Science Paul Hogg, the Champions of the five Research Themes each presented and explained the thinking behind the research themes and how they will operate to members of the university. There will also be five fully funded Reid PhD studentships, one for each theme to start in 2013.

The five new research themes and their Champions, are:

Identity, place and mobility: Champion Sandra Halperin

Creativity: Champion Sue Clayton

Society, representation and cultural memory: Champion David Wiles

Health, the human body and behaviour: Champions George Dickson and Mark Exworthy

Sustainability and global security: Champion Klaus Dodds

To find out more visit the research themes webpages


Royal Holloway, University of London logo