ECR interviews

 

Steve Ashby – How ECR funding can help broaden your area of expertise


Dr Steve Ashby

“I am now viewed a little differently both within my specialist peer group, and in my academic department.”

says Dr Steve Ashby who is a Medieval Archaeologist with specialism in the archaeology of portable material culture and technology.

Read the interview with Steve in our feature.

 

Richard Bramwell – Making connections is key


Richard Bramwell

“I think the key to success is being able to see your research in context - and making connections between what you have done and what other people are studying.”

says Dr Richard Bramwell, a Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at Loughborough University.

Read the interview with Richard in our feature.

 

Rayna Denison – Making global connections through Early Career Research


Rayna Denison

“Talk to people. Go to conferences, make connections and talk to people about developing joint projects that you can work on together.”

says Dr Rayna Denison - Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia.

Read the interview with Rayna in our feature.

 

Alinka Greasley – Making the most of a unique opportunity


Alinka Greasley

“…above all, don't be afraid to reach out and talk to those with more experience. As an ECR it's easy to fall into the trap of thinking that you should know everything, and you really don't.””

says Dr Alinka Greasley, Associate Professor in Music Psychology at the University of Leeds.

Read the interview with Alinka in our feature.