School of Law

RCUK Policy Internship Success For Law School WRDTC Doctoral Researchers

25 November 2016 | Katie Hempshall

We are delighted to announce that one of our White Rose DTC PhD students in the School of Law has been offered an internship hosted by the Government Office for Science following a Research Council Policy Internships Scheme call. Neda Nobari, supervised by Professor Adam Crawford, is researching Preventative Counterterrorism Policing: Impact of Community Engagement on Public Cooperation at the University of Leeds and has secured a 3 month internship with the Home Office.

Rose Wastling, who is also undertaking a PhD funded by the White Rose DTC is a postgraduate research student investigating visual memory at the University of Leeds in the School of Psychology, has secured a 3 month internship with the Cabinet Office.

We wish Neda and Rose the best of luck in their internships.

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