Doctoral Training for a new generation of researchers

Doctoral researchers face an increasingly competitive post-doctoral environment. Being prepared to face the challenges of the 21st century requires a different kind of training. Doctoral researchers with the White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) develop their employability skills with a cohort, learning and networking with each other in a unique and tailored training programme.  The strength of Arts and Humanities research across the White Rose Consortium gives doctoral researchers an unparalleled opportunity to realise their career aspirations within and outside academia.

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    WRoCAH is very pleased to announce that Jo Maltby joined the team on 4th May as the new WRoCAH Manager. Jo is an experienced university administrator with more than 10 years managing specialist academic centres. Over the last 7 years, Jo has led the operational activities of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Games and…