The first point of contact for many enquiries will be your School PGR Administrator, or your Departmental/School Director of Postgraduate Research:
Faculty PGR Team
The Faculty PGR Team provides support for funding and training development opportunities for PGRs across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Ms Hayley Meloy
NWSSDTP Manager / PGR Development Officer
Hayley is responsible for managing the ESRC North West Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (NWSSDTP) across its four constituent Universities (Keele, Lancaster, Liverpool and Manchester) and also oversees the Faculty’s involvement in the AHRC North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP).
In addition to her work with the DTPs, Hayley manages the Faculty PGR Team - and works closely with PGR support teams in Schools - to coordinate PGR development activities across the Faculty. Hayley also provides strategic support to the engage@liverpool methodological initiative.
- Secretary to the Faculty PGR Committee
- Chair of the Faculty PGR Support Forum
- Secretary to the engage@Liverpool Management Team Group
- Secretary to the ESRC NWSSDTP Academic Management Committee and Strategy Board
- Member of the AHRC NWCDTP Academic Management Committee
- Member of the Methods North West Executive Committee
0044 (0)151 794 1482 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Tricia Mackin
PGR Development Coordinator
Tricia coordinates the annual series of Faculty PGR events including the PGR Induction, PGR Open Day, Final Year Refresher Workshop and Faculty PGR Showcase. Tricia is also responsible for maintaining the Faculty PGR webpages and coordination of the Faculty PGR Development Fund. Tricia also has a specific remit for PGR wellbeing and pastoral support.
- Minute Secretary to the Faculty PGR Committee
- Secretary to the Faculty PGR Support Forum
0044 (0)151 794 1356 | email@example.com
Mrs Grace Gaynor
Grace is responsible for the communication of funding opportunities and events to PGR students in the Faculty, via the fortnightly PGR bulletin and the HSS PGR Twitter account (@LivUniHSS_PGR). Grace provides administrative support to the engage@liverpool scheme and is responsible for maintaining the Faculty PGR Training Catalogue. Grace is also a PhD student within the Faculty, in the Department of English.
0044 (0)151 794 3013 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Julie McColl
DTP Coordinator (Impact and Collaboration)
Julie is responsible for supporting existing - and cultivating new - collaborative opportunities for ESRC NWSSDTP students across the four DTP institutions, working with staff, PGRs and non-HEI partners. Julie also oversees support for DTP students in terms of impact training and careers support. Julie is responsible for ensuring NWSSDTP policies and processes are up-to-date, coordinating the administration of both the annual ESRC NWSSDTP and AHRC NWCDTP studentship competitions, and is also responsible for communicating events and opportunities to ESRC-funded students across the North West via the NWSSDTP Newsletter.
- Minute Secretary to the ESRC NWSSDTP Academic Management Committee
- Minute Secretary to the ESRC NWSSDTP Strategy Board
- Secretary to the ESRC NWSSDTP TEKE Panel
0044 (0)151 794 3013 | email@example.com
Mrs Sarah Elsdon
Sarah is responsible for the administration of DTP student expense claims, additional funding competitions (i.e. Overseas Fieldwork, Internships and Overseas Institutional Visits) and NWSSDTP events. Sarah also provides administrative support for the annual ESRC NWSSDTP and AHRC NWCDTP studentship competitions, and helps maintain the NWSSDTP Twitter account (@NWSSDTP).
- Minute Secretary to the ESRC NWSSDTP TEKE Panel
0044 (0) 151 794 1324 | firstname.lastname@example.org