Doctoral College

Posts by Zoe Chritchlow

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (May 2019)

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. Well, […]

DR President’s Team Blog Post: April 2019

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. We […]

President’s Team Blog Post: March 2019

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. Happy […]

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (February 2019)

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. — […]

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (January 2019)

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. — […]

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (November 2018)

This blog post is part of a series of monthly posts detailing the activities of the DR President’s Team (President: Leah Henrickson; Vice-President: Hugh Tawell). Note: This post refers to PhD/EngD Students as Doctoral Researchers (DR) and Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). This is because the University uses the former language, and the Union uses the latter. The […]

Expert panel discussion on reducing the impact of food waste

Written by Jamie Stone, previously a doctoral researcher here ate Lboro and now a Research Associate for the Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies (SMART). This summary report details the main outcomes from a live panel discussion held at Loughborough University on 12th October 2018. The panel members were: Rt Hon Nicky Morgan, MP for […]

So you want to be a Sub-Warden?

Written by Leah Henrickson. So you’ve managed to land yourself a PhD offer, or you’ve been getting settled into PhD life. Now you’re looking for ways to get involved in the campus community. Where to begin? Well, you can handle social situations with strangers, you’re responsible and well-organised, and you’re looking for a challenge… Have […]

Today I graduated….

Written by Dr Lizzie Gadd I graduated today. Nothing unusual in that.  Except I’m 46.  And I first registered for my PhD over 14 years ago.  It was a fantastic day.  Made even more special by the time spent waiting for it to happen.  Our honorary graduate, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock gave an inspiring and enthusiastic […]

DEN Enterprise Workshop – Being a Part of the Winning Team!

Written by Youssef Hamid, CDT-Embedded Intelligence On the 19th and 20th September the Digital Catapult Centre hosted the Entrepreneurship workshop, organised by the Digital Economy Network. Two PhD students from the CDT-Embedded Intelligence, Orange Gao & Youssef Hamid took part on this experience which was a successful combination of workshops led by Prof. Philip Treleaven, UCL from […]