Kirsten Clarke: PhD student

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Kirsten is a first-year PhD student. Her research investigates the impact of COVID-19 on how people work in rural communities and how to create resilient rural communities post-pandemic.

Kirsten Clarke stood in a field

The research project will use a case study approach alongside novel sources of quantitative and qualitative evidence. Kirsten is based in Scotland and has previously conducted research on sustainable land management and the impact of tourism on remote Scottish communities.

She is supervised by Dr Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins (CCRI), Dr Mags Currie (James Hutton Institute), Dr Jonathan Hopkins (James Hutton Institute), and Associate Professor Joanie Willett (University of Exeter).