The Science for Humanitarian Emergencies and Resilience Student Cohort is split across five universities, and covers a wide range of research topics related to natural…
Collaborating to Convene
Caroline started her PhD at the University of Birmingham in January 2018, and is investigating actionable knowledge for disaster risk reduction, looking at the role of collaborative governance in enhancing community resilience. Caroline holds a BA (Hons) in English literature and American studies from Liverpool John Moores University, a nMA in post-1900 literatures, theories and cultures from the University of Manchester, and an MA in environment and development from Lancaster University. She has worked alongside conservation NGOs in Annapurna Conservation Area in Nepal, and conducted research as part of a project funded by Lancaster Environment Centre's Seed Fund, collecting preliminary data in the Bangladesh Delta exploring the implementation and cohesion of cyclone-resistant housing projects in rural villages.
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