Introduction to the PGF Committee: Kat Waugh, Social Media Editor

Tell us a little bit about yourself I’m a second year PhD student, living in the West End of Newcastle. I live with my partner, Jason, and we have a little rabbit called Luna. I’m originally from the North East but did my undergraduate degree in History at the University of Manchester. I stayed there Read more about Introduction to the PGF Committee: Kat Waugh, Social Media Editor[…]

Introduction to the PGF Committee: Jerome Ruddick, Social Secretary

Tell us a little bit about yourself Originally from Surrey, I moved to Devon at a young age, bouncing between state schools as I did so. Throughout this I’ve always been interested in history. Despite this, I originally wanted to become a Lego designer but then I realised I was rubbish at graphic design (a Read more about Introduction to the PGF Committee: Jerome Ruddick, Social Secretary[…]

Introduction to the PGF committee: Kevin Graham, Newsletter Editor

Tell us a little bit about yourself I live locally with my partner and have worked as a teacher for the past eleven years. We have three cats, and we like to visit historic sites. As a hobby, I am heavily involved in local amateur dramatic societies and I also enjoy reading fiction. Tell us Read more about Introduction to the PGF committee: Kevin Graham, Newsletter Editor[…]

Introducing the PGF Committee: Leanne Smith, Seminar Co-Ordinator

Tell us a little bit about yourself I live with my son Isaac (11) and my cat Arabella (Bella). Isaac is my absolute world. He’s the reason I decided to go to university as I want to inspire him to follow his dreams.  I absolutely love watching documentaries, my favourite was about ordinance survey maps! Read more about Introducing the PGF Committee: Leanne Smith, Seminar Co-Ordinator[…]

Introducing the PGF committee: Rob Granger, Chairman

Hi, I’m Rob and I’m a second year PhD student in history and currently the Chair of our Postgraduate Forum at Newcastle. After two years in Madrid trying (and mostly failing) to speak Spanish with a Yorkshire accent, and being torn between missing my dog back in the UK, and being able to go to Read more about Introducing the PGF committee: Rob Granger, Chairman[…]