Amy Lipscombe


Doctoral International Teaching Fellow

I began my academic life at the University of Winchester, studying BSc (Hons) Geography from 2016 to 2019. During this time, I predominantly focused on climate and environmental change throughout the Quaternary period. Following this, I successfully completed my postgraduate degree at the RAU studying my MSc in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security. I found myself being increasingly invested in future climate and its impact on food security. I decided to continue on this path by joining the RAU as a Doctoral International Teaching Fellow in January 2023. I am currently starting my PhD research into permanent clover mulches and their ability to improve the sustainability of arable systems in the UK.

Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture, Climate, Environmental Change, Soil Science.

Module lead for Geographies of Food (QAU) and Sustainable Business and Agri-Food Supply Chains (RAU and QAU).