Clare Mulholland
  • Room 0G.315 - David Keir Building

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I am open to PhD applications in the fields of - Planning and architecture in divided cities, - Inter-group contact of divided societies, - Contested societies - Spatial practices - Socio-spatial integration - Intergroup mixing - and community participation in the design

20142019

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Particulars

I am a Lecturer and chartered Architect with over12 years experience in architectural practice.  My research focuses on architecture and planning in post conflict cities, specifically, city planning, architectural design, intergroup contact in divided societies, spatial practices, socio-spatial integration, and community participation in the design process. 

 

I have worked in high profile architectural practices in London and Belfast where I have designed, led and managed diverse and complex projects across the commercial, education, community sectors.  I remain active in community sector projects in architectural practice which coincides with my research.  I am currently leading a funded Knowledge Transfer Partnership, this partnership involves cross disciplinary research in collaboration with an Architectural practice working on live projects to investigate the design and delivery of shared space in divided communities, with a particular focus on shared education projects.  

 

I am on the board of the Ministerial Advisory Group for Northern Ireland (MAG), who advise on the implementation of the Policy for Architecture and the Built Environment for Northern Ireland.   I am a member of research group City Reparo which is a multidisciplinary collaboration with strong focus on areas of social, economic and environmental disadvantage and membership drawn from community, public and private sectors.  Alongside this, I sit on the Royal Institute of Ulster Architects (RSUA) council as QUB Representative, and I am a member of the Women in Architecture group at the RSUA.

 

Teaching

I have extensive teaching experience at UG and PG level.  In my role as a Lecturer of Architecture at Queens University, I currently lead and teach on Stage 3 Design Studio and MArch Technical Dissertation

Current teaching modules include:

UG -  ARC2026 Design & Communication 2(ii) 

UG -  ARC3025 Design & Communication 3(i)

UG -  ARC3026 Design & Communication 3(ii)

PGT - ARC7023 Technical Dissertation

 

Administration

SWAN Champion for SNBE

Year Lead Year 3 BSc Architecture

Advisor of Studies of  Year 3 BSc Architecture

Module coordinator ARC3025 Design & Communication 3(i)

Module coordinator ARC3026 Design & Communication 3(ii)

Internal coordination for INTO QUB foundation course in Architecture

QUB representative on the Royal Society of Ulster Architects council

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

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