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Posts by Dr Katryna Kalawsky

More than a floppy hat…

During University Graduation ceremonies it’s easy to make a visual distinction between a graduating Postgraduate Researcher (PGR), a Postgraduate Taught student (aka Masters Student) and an Undergraduate just by looking at their attire…but floppy hat aside, there are a LOT of differences between PGRs and taught students than many don’t know about (unless you’re a […]

A Day in the Life of a Postgraduate Researcher

At Loughborough University we have almost 1500 postgraduate research (PGR) students based in all of our academic Schools. However, sometimes the nature of PGR is not always well understood by people supporting these students as a whole. In addition, a distinction is not always made between PGRs, undergraduates and postgraduate taught students (for example, PGRs do not […]

Update on the EMUA PGR Conference!

We’re all getting very excited about the upcoming #EMUA16 #InspiringFutures conference that we’re hosting at Loughborough University on 1st September for Postgraduate Researchers! This morning the Graduate School conference organising team had a progress meeting and we’re pleased to say that everything is on track! There’s been a lot do from selecting speakers, 3MT competitors […]

“Sight Sabre” selected as winner at Summer School 2016

At this year’s annual Summer School, CDT students took part in creating ‘embedded intelligence’ related aids for the visually impaired, in partnership with Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) College Loughborough. The panel of judges, comprising of Prof Martin Goosey, Chair of CDT-EI Advisory Board, Chair of ICT and VP of Technology for EIPC, Lynda Parker, Head of Mobility […]