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I am a lecturer within the Integrated Land Management Department at Scotland’s Rural College teaching environmental and policy based modules. As part of my role I coordinate several modules across SRUC, support teaching and assessment ehancement, supervise students and support rural policy research. My studies and experience in higher education have awarded me a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (Advance HE). In 2019 I joined the SRUC Academic Board as a member.
I teach subjects in rural policy and environment including the planning system and stakeholder management to both campus and distance learning students. As a member of the teaching team I am actively involved with course management and supervising students in the 3rd and 4th year of their degrees.
I have a keen interest in topics including policy interactions with rural communities, such as implications from environmental and planning policy as well as stakeholder management. My recent research work involves contributing to the SEFARI fellowship Connecting research and management needs for the Cairngorms National Park, Attitudes towards land reform: Public priorities and focus for the future and case studies of island repopulation initiatives.
My background includes working as an Environmental Consultant, Environmental Clerk of Works and in different research roles. I have worked on projects including environmental management for large scale electricity works, island energy resilience investigations and environmental impact assessments for renewable energies into island communities.
Award Date: 8 Jul 2016
Research Output per year
Research output: Book/Report/Policy Brief › Commissioned report
Research output: Working paper
Activities per year
Marcus Craigie (Participant)
Activity: Other activity types › Other