Visions for transformative change - apply now for PhD scholarships at the DLGS

The Dresden Leibniz Graduate School (DLGS) is looking for young researchers who would like to gain further qualifications in the field of spatial sustainability sciences.

The new study group of the international graduate school will start in March 2022 on the topic "Beyond 2030: Envisioning sustainable and resilient places for transformative change". The announcement is aimed at excellent graduates with a Master’s degree in any field of pertinence for studying spatial sustainability transformations.
The DLGS is looking for innovative research proposals that focus on the long-term future of places beyond the year 2030 and, for example, deal with current discourses, policies, practices or techniques on this topic. Inter- and transdisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged.  
Application deadline: 15 September 2021.

To the DLGS website

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Prof. Dr. Marc Wolrfram, Spokesperson of the DLGS
Dr.-Ing. Shikha Ranjha, Scientific Coordinator


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