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Travel Grants for Study or Research: Student Reports
A diverse range of academic grants and travel funds are available to Pembroke students during their time at the College, intended to help them to undertake further study or research alongside their degree. Below are reports from just some of our students who made the most of these opportunities in 2017.
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Elizabeth Oladunni was awarded the prize to do some oral history research in Nigeria for her thesis which will be focused on how elite women and their organisations influenced government policy in Nigeria
Benjamin Lavelle (3rd Year, Mathematics) and Amelia Powell (3rd Year, EMEL German and Arabic) travelled to China as part of a two week programme titled 'Experiencing China'
Miao Ong travelled to Singapore to conduct research for her undergraduate thesis which will look at the Chinese community in Singapore
Before entering their final year of Biological Sciences, Joseph Morton and Maisie Vollans were able to study tropical rainforest ecology in Danum Valley, Borneo
Valentina Ippolito (DPhil Medieval and Modern Languages) travelled to New York to shoot a short film ‘Remainia, USA’, a documentary on the lives of Romanian migrants in the US
Emma Day (DPhil American History) carried out primary research for her dissertation on activist interventions into the AIDS epidemic in New York and San Francisco
Before entering their final year of Biological Sciences, Joseph Morton and Maisie Vollans were able to attend a six day field course in Tenerife
The fund alllowed William Arlidge (DPhil Zoology) to undertake a language course to improve his Spanish comprehension which he used in
interviews at his study site, San José in Peru.
Patrick Kenny (Oriental Studies, Arabic and Islamic Studies) and Alice Mingay (Oriental Studies, Chinese) travelled in Morrocco and Spain