Tuesday, 9 December 2014
Research training award for Nicola Edwards
Congratulations to Nicola Edwards, a student on the MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice programme at Keele, on being awarded a fully funded place on a 3-day research training school in Barcelona in January. The training school is run by a European intergovernmental organisation called COST (Cooperation in Science and Technology) which encourages research collaboration across Europe and the theme of the school is 'Offender Supervision in Europe'. Nicola graduated from Keele this summer with a first class honours degree in Criminology and Sociology and she is continuing her research by combining her commitment to working with offenders with her interest in street art and 'visual criminology'. In Barcelona, Nicola will get the chance to present her research to European experts and to receive tuition on her future research plans. She has agreed to write a blog when she gets back, so watch this space!