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Preethi Manjunath

Preethi Misha

Preethi’s PhD aims at understanding the emergence of (un)ethical leadership in the financial services industry.

Read more in her full profile.

Rosie Kitson-Boyce

Rosie Kitson-Boyce

Rosie’s PhD was to explore the Core Member and Volunteer experience of a new prison-based model of Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA). CoSA is an initiative designed to support the reintegration of individuals previously convicted of sexual offences.

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Yuri Siregar

Yuri Siregar

Yuri’s research interests centre on the evaluation of people’s interaction with digital and physical fashion experiences.

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Luke Siena

Luke Siena

Luke was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for my PhD research project in collaboration with Nottingham
University Hospitals Trust: The Application of Smart Materials in the Development of Medical Devices for
Emergency Airway Access.

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Amy Williams

Amy Williams

Amy's thesis seeks to present the first comprehensive examination of the different national and international memories of the Kindertransport.

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Guaduneth Chico Leon

Guaduneth Chico

Guaduneth Chico is an PhD student in the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences working in the applications of new techniques to study peatlands in North Spain.

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  • Ian Clark

    Ian Clark, Professor

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 8205

    Ian is a Professor in the HRM division within the Business School. He works with colleagues in the HRM division and those based across the Business School to further raise the scale and scope of the scholarly, research, impact and engagement trajectories of the School.

  • Gang Pan

    Gang Pan, Professor

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 5340

    Dr Gang Pan is a full Professor and Ex-Associate Dean of Research for the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences. He is now the Director of the Centre of Integrated Water-Energy-Food (iWEF) studies at NTU. Prof. Pan is an environmental chemist and aquatic ecologist, and a material chemist with expert knowledge on eutrophication and harmful algal blooms control, lake restoration, aquatic ecology, soil remediation, water treatment and nanotechnology. His current research focuses on algal biotechnology and nanobubble technology. He has published more than 250 peer-reviewed papers with H Index of 43 (Google Scholar). He has been granted more than 30 research projects with total funding of £70 million. His team’s modified local soil technology for the removal of harmful algal blooms and the restoration of lakes has been successfully commercialised in China. It has also been tested in New Zealand, and is regarded as the priority technical measure in national freshwater programmes.

  • Paul Evans

    Paul Evans, Royal Society Wolfson Fellow and Distinguished Professor

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 8342

    Paul Evans is a Royal Society Wolfson Fellow & Distinguished Professor of Applied Imaging Science and Head of the Imaging Science Group. He leads research in multiparameter X-ray imaging employing novel diffraction and absorption techniques. He is the Prime and Principal Investigator for a $5 million programme of research to develop next generation X-ray scanners.

  • Sharon Monteith

    Sharon Monteith, Distinguished Professor

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    Sharon Monteith is Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Cultural History at Nottingham Trent University.  Her latest book, SNCC’s Stories: The African American Freedom Movement in the Civil Rights South (2020) is published by the University of Georgia Press in the series Print Culture of the South. She is currently recipient of a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship and is writing a literary history of the US civil rights movement. She has supervised 35 PhD students to successful completion and welcomes applications from researchers in any of the interdisciplinary areas of her interest and expertise.

  • Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem

    Gamal Abdelmonem, Professor

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 4690

    Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is a Professor and Chair of Architecture at the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment at Nottingham Trent University. Professor Abdelmonem is a prominent critic and scholar in architectural humanities, history and theory of architecture and smart preservation of urban heritage.

  • Emma Cocker

    Emma Cocker, Associate Professor

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 8654

    Emma Cocker is a writer-artist and Associate Professor in Fine Art. Operating under the working title Not Yet There, Emma’s research focuses on artistic processes and practices, and the performing of ‘thinking-in-action’ emerging therein; on models of (art) practice and subjectivity that resist the pressure of a single, stable position by remaining wilfully unresolved. Emma has a specific interest in artistic research, alongside the relation between writing and artistic research-practices including writing in-with-and-through practice, writing-as-practice, alongside various ‘expanded’ forms of writing, language and text-based approaches.

  • David Ong

    David Ong, Professor of International and Environmental Law

    Direct line: +44 (0)115 848 2117

    David's main role at NLS is to be a leader in research and teaching in the fields of Public International Law and Environmental Law, focussing on the new LLM degree scheme in Oil, Gas and Mining Law, as well as PhD supervision in all these fields.

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