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Principal investigators: Lauren Cantillon.

Adopt-a-Plant is a wellbeing project that provides King's PhD students opportunities to network whilst cultivating plants in the AHRI's REACH Space.

Project status: Ongoing

AHRI Visiting Fellows

Principal investigators: Ed Stevens.

Visiting fellows are academics from other (international) universities who contribute to the teaching and/or research activities of an AHRI research centre.

Project status: Ongoing

Associate Director Scheme: Engaging Memory

Principal investigators: Jessica Rapson.

Engaging memory, led by Jess Rapson, consists of 4 sub-projects exploring memory and: arts practice; environmental change; neurodiversity & queer museology.

Project status: Ongoing

Engaged Research-led Teaching

Principal investigators: Dr Jonathan Gray, Liliana Bounegru.

This project explores how researchers, students & external organisations might work as co-inquirers, taking into account varied perspectives, needs & concerns.

Project status: Ongoing

ParaPride: Activist-in-residence scheme

Principal investigators: Sebastian Matzner.

This project trials an activist-in-residence scheme between Queer@King’s and ParaPride, a charity working at the intersection of LGBTQ+ and disability.

Project status: Ongoing

Public engagement in the digital environment

Principal investigators: Dr Anna Khlusova.

In collaboration with the AHRI, Anna Khlusova's research project explores opportunities and challenges arising from digital public engagement.

Project status: Ongoing

Undisciplined Spaces

Principal investigators: Ed Stevens.

This project between the AHRI and the Institute for Community Studies gives students the chance to design and deliver creative activist research projects.

Project status: Ongoing