Creating meaningful transdisciplinary collaborations during the limited time of a PhD — Social-ecological systems Scholars

By My Sellberg, Social-ecological systems scholars

This is the second post in the series on ‘Transdisciplinary PhD Journeys’. Hi there, I am My Sellberg and I am doing a PhD in Sustainability Science at Stockholm Resilience Centre in Sweden. The possibility of doing transdisciplinary research was one of the main reasons for why I decided to do a PhD. The exciting […]

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  1. Very nice blog, and reflects also my own experience during my PhD studies and now supporting such projects now. I would like to add: it is not only about resources, it helps me also to understand the story of the project and the reason why the funding was applied for- from the partners’ perspective. In particular partners with more of a practical background look out for a very specific benefit – which by the time the project is approved- has been found elsewhere, has changed, and has to be re-adjusted to keep the partners’ engagement. Good luck with your research! Ilke

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