Sustainability and Resilience Institute (SRI)

Our people

Learn more about our academic experts, from their research interests to their contact details.

Our work across all interdisciplinary sustainability and resilience challenges is dependent on our collaborative network formed of colleagues from all parts of the University. 

SRI Associate Members

University of Southampton staff and students can register as an SRI Associate Member. Please complete this form.

The SRI aspires to be a focal point for sustainability and resilience interdisciplinary research and interdepartmental activity. We are all about people!

We want to link up you and your work with others and build new collaborations to answer some of the biggest questions facing our world.

Our membership is open to students, professional services and researchers to join our network.

Colleagues and students across the University who work with, or aspire to work with, any area related to sustainability and resilience, particularly framed through the Sustainable Development Goals, are invited to become an Associate Member of the Institute.

What’s in it for you?

Associates benefit from receiving our periodic newsletter, updates on funding opportunities and the potential to utilise the SRI team and network for new collaborations, support with funding bids, policy engagement and receive bespoke invitations to events organised by the SRI.

Members may collaborate on publications and use the SRI network for presentations and further dissemination opportunities

Please note that all SRI associates are automatically added to the SRI mailing list. If you would like to be removed from the mailing list or have any questions about SRI membership please email


Students are welcome to join the SRI as Associate Members. The Sustainability Academy will launch in September 2024 with a dedicated SRI Student programme. 

Miss Alice Brock

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Professor Chris Hill

Professorial Fellow-Enterprise
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Professor Craig Hutton

Director Sustainability&Resilience Inst.

Accepting applications from PhD students

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Miss Freya Ivy Palmer

Research interests

  • Systems thinking and system dynamics 
  • Sustainable marine fisheries
  • Resource resilience
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Professor Ian Williams

Professor in Applied Environmental Scien

Research interests

  • Waste and Resource Management
  • Carbon management
  • Air Pollution

Accepting applications from PhD students

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Professor Iris Benohr


Research interests

  • International Law and European Law
  • Competition and Consumer Law
  • Financial Law and Digitalisation 

Accepting applications from PhD students

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Professor Jadu Dash

Professor of Remote Sensing

Research interests

  • Satellite derived land surface phenology and its validation with ground data
  • Developing a chlorophyll content based production efficiency model to quantify terrestrial carbon uptake
  • Impact of extreme climatic events on vegetation phenology
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Professor Jane Hart

Professor of Geography

Accepting applications from PhD students

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Professor Jasmin Godbold


Research interests

  • Changes in seafloor biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  • Effect of human activities and environmental change on species-environment interactions 
  • Trait-expression in benthic invertebrates

Accepting applications from PhD students

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Miss Jessica Boxall

CORE eCRF Data Analyst

Research interests

  • Public Health
  • Nutrition
  • Food Security
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