Our Student Representatives
The Nottingham DTC is governed by the following formal groups:
- A Training Board, which overseas the core and advanced modules, the training and seminar programmes, and other day-to-day issues. It is chaired by the DTC's Head of Training, and reports to the Management Board.
- A Management Board, which overseas the financial management of the Centre, and other strategic issues. It is chaired by the DTC Director.
- A Learning Community Forum, which gives student representatives an opportunity to share feedback, ideas, and issues. It is chaired by the DTC's Head of Training and reports to the Training Board.
Student representation is a part of all of these processes, and we are proud and grateful of our student involvement with the DTC's continuing development.
Our Student Representatives for the year 2017-18 are:
Martyn Quigley, School of Psychology
Working PhD Title: Learned changes in outcome processing
Management Board Rep
I am currently completing a + 3 ESRC funded PhD in the Behavioural Neuroscience group in the School of Psychology. Before this I worked as an international policy officer in the ESRC, after having worked as a Psychology Research Assistant. I have previously completed a B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology and Religious Studies (First) and an M.Sc. in Research Methods in Psychology (Distinction). See Martyn's full academic profile.
Cerys Gibson, School of Law
Working PhD Title: ' Conditional Cautioning in England & Wales: A Socio-legal Analysis of Policy and Practice'
Cohort 6 DTC Rep
Cerys represents the DTC cohort which began in October 2016.
"I am currently completing a + 3 ESRC funded PhD at the School of Law at the University of Nottingham, where I am a member of the Criminal Justice Research Centre. I currently volunteer with and train Independent Custody Visitors who conduct welfare visits for individuals held in police custody. I have previously studied my MA in Socio-Legal Research (Credit), my LLM in Criminal Justice (Distinction) and BA Law with French Law (2:1). I have previously worked at the Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna in the Access to Justice Sector."
See Cerys's full academic profile.
Rumandeep Hayre, School of Psychology
Working PhD Title: Developmental Differences in Cognitive Control and Ignoring Distractions: Is it Always Good to Be Proactive?
Cohort 1 DTP Rep
Ruman represents the first Nottingham DTP cohort of the Midlands Graduate School consortium which began in October 2017.
Ruman will also contribute to the Midlands Graduate School's consortium-level Training Board.
Will Smith, School of Psychology
Working PhD Title: Sensitivity to aggressive provocations, narcissism and default mode function; a neuropsychological account of aggression and techniques for intervention
Training Board Rep
Will represents all ESRC-funded students at the University of Nottingham's Training Board.
Annabelle Long, School of Health Sciences
MA Research Methods (Health)
MA Research Methods Rep
Annabelle provides a link between the DTC and the School of Health Science's MA Research Methods programme.