Student Representatives

WRoCAH recruits members of the WRoCAH Cohorts to act as representatives on the numerous WRoCAH committees.

Benefits to you… a chance to influence and feedback on the student experience that WRoCAH provides in terms of training and external partnership activities, the awarding of studentships and the overall steering of the consortium, and you have someone who can feed this information back to us.
Benefits to us… a chance to demonstrate that we have genuine engagement and representation from the student cohort, and your on-the-ground experience and feedback of perceptions and suggestions for WRoCAH as a researcher.

For the academic year 2017/18 your representatives are:

Aidan Collins – Department of History, University of York (Student representative, WRoCAH Executive Board)
Luke Daly-Groves – School of History, University of Leeds (Student representative, WRoCAH Executive Board)
Alison Horgan – School of English, University of Sheffield (Student representative, WRoCAH Executive Board)
Nicola Pennill – Department of Music, University of Sheffield (Network Student representative, WRoCAH Executive Board)
Joshua Maxwell-King – Department of History, University of York (Student Representative, WRoCAH Partnership Advisory Board)
Catherine Evans – School of English, University of Sheffield (Student Representative, WRoCAH Training and Engagement Group)
Rebecca Starr – School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds (Student representative, WRoCAH Training and Engagement Group)
Neil Luck – Department of Music, University of York (Student Representative, WRoCAH Training and Engagement Group)