The Future Spaces Foundation is excited to announce the launch of FSF Ambassadors, a new researcher development programme for aspiring and first-year built environment professionals. Led by FSF managing editor Sara Veale and FSF architectural lead Peter Greaves, the programme is designed to help participants develop formal skills for research and enquiry into the social issues surrounding the built environment.
Two final-year postgrads joined the FSF earlier this month as our inaugural Ambassadors. They’re acting as researchers-in-residence for a six-week period, working with a team of mentors to develop an original research question into a project with written and creative outputs. The programme, which involves a series of workshops on best-practice research strategies, concludes on 15 September, when our Ambassadors will formally present their work to the FSF.