The research at School of Communication and Culture is organised in cross-disciplinary research programmes, and these can be divided into smaller research units, working together on specific research projects or areas.
The main goal of the research programmes is to help the school’s researchers and research to flourish and develop. The research programmes can take their point of departure in one or more departments or academic fields and issues. The school is also involved in cross-disciplinary programmes at faculty level which are initiated and monitored by the faculty management team. The school’s PhD students are organised in a series of PhD programmes which are designed for them, but they are also encouraged to become members of research programmes to develop their academic network at the school.
Although membership is voluntary, researchers at the school are encouraged to become a member of a research programme. You become a member by sending the research programme leader(s) an e-mail (CC the research consultant) with information on name, e-mail address and position.
The research programmes are established for a three-year period.