Our Faculty Associates play a special role in IRES, compared to many other units. A large percentage of the graduate student population (of over 100 students) in IRES are supervised by advisors from other departments, hence Faculty Associates are crucial for the role they play in supervising the interdisciplinary graduate students in our institute.
IRES Faculty Associates do not have voting rights and are nominated and seconded by an IRES faculty member. Becoming a Faculty Associate also requires the agreement of the Dean and the home department head, and is generally based on previous involvement with our institute.
This webpage was last updated April 2020.