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RCUK Policy Internship Success for WRDTC Doctoral Researchers

November 24, 2016

We are delighted to announce that two of our White Rose DTC doctoral researchers have been offered internships hosted by the Government Office for Science following a Research Council Policy Internships Scheme call.

Neda Nobari 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 is a postgraduate research student investigating visual memory at the University of Leeds and has secured a 3 month internship with the Cabinet Office.

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