WRoCAH Small Award Series: Francesca Curtis
WRoCAH Small Award Blog Series This collection of blog posts shares the innovative and productive ways in which WRoCAH students have used the Small Awards scheme. Click on any of the names below to see how Small Awards have helped with these students’ research projects and/or professional training. Francesca Curtis Art Gallery Research Trips Megan…
Planning, preparation and ignoring self-doubt: Reflections on a REP at White Rose Brussels
“The atmosphere was perfect for overcoming self-doubt – or, at least, deciding to ignore it for a while.” Joel Baker reflects on an excellent Researcher Employability Project at the White Rose Brussels office, and offers some valuable tips for everyone planning a REP.
The ‘Switch off and Connect’ PhD Retreat, by Marc Yeats
In May of this year, Marc Yeats and a small group of fellow PhD students took time out of their busy lives to take part in the ‘Switch Off and Connect’ retreat in the isolated Lake District. In this feature-length post, Marc reflects on this unique and beneficial experience.
Grappling with Voice Science and Spectrographs in Downtown LA, by Catherine Fahy
In December of last year, Catherine Fahy completed her Researcher Employability Project with voicescienceworks.org in Los Angeles. In this post, she reflects on the work she undertook and the valuable experience she gained from the project.
Aedicule Fever in Northern France, by Niko Munz
Niko Munz shares reflections on his research trip to Northern France, funded by the WRoCAH large award scheme. Niko’s research took him on a tour of the area’s aedicules – commemorative and ornamental structures which ranged from small shrines to gigantic cathedrals.