Posts Categorized: WRoCAH News

  • Welcome to the new WRoCAH Manager – Jo Maltby

    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…

  • WRoCAH Newsletter: Spring 2020 edition

    We are delighted to feature the latest WRoCAH newsletter which will hopefully provide some relief from these strange times.  

  • Looking back on the WRoCAH Conference 2019, by Gabriel Jones

    On 17th October, the fifth annual WRoCAH conference was held at the De Grey Rooms in York. This was a special day for WRoCAH and for us as an organising committee, marking the end of more than six months of preparation. This piece tells a little of our story.

  • Announcing the WRoCAH Conference 2019

    Hello everyone! This is a reminder that the Annual WRoCAH Conference 2019 will be taking place at the De Grey Rooms in York on 17th October 2019. This one-day event will bring together new and continuing WRoCAH students to discover the vast range of research that goes on at WRoCAH. Throughout the day you’ll have…

  • A photograph of the senior staff signing the Memorandum of Understanding at Utrecht University

    WRoCAH and Utrecht University, by Professor Julian Richards

    On 11 March 2019 WRoCAH and the three White Rose universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The MoU is wide-ranging but aims to enhance collaboration between the four universities through PhD training and support. Specific provisions include: making WRoCAH training courses available to Utrecht PhD researchers on a reciprocal…