CCR-PGR is the postgraduate community of the Centre for Criminological Research. The group consists of criminology postgraduate taught/research students, and welcomes anybody with an interest in criminological research. The aim of CCR-PGR is to try and solve problems by providing peer-advice and discussing research related issues that are challenging (or just new and unfamiliar). These sessions are open to postgraduate students from related departments. It is an informal environment; the main aim is to provide a forum for networking amongst criminology and social science students and researchers.
We run 4 key events a year where we provide a forum for discussion of a topic relating to PhD (or postgraduate) work, such as articulating your ideas, chapter writing, and ethical and practical issues in field work.
|Free Lunch at Interval (Students Union)||Friday 20th October 2017 at 12.30pm|
|CCR-PGR Coffee & Cakes||January 2018|
|CCR-PGR Working Lunch||March 2018|
|Practice Presenting for Conferences||May 2018|
CCR-PGR membership is free and open to postgraduate students across the University of Sheffield and warmly welcomes members from other departments.
If you would be interested in joining CCR-PGR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org