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Post-Graduate Women in Academia
Nikki Dean Marshall

Nikki Dean Marshall

President Nikki Dean Marshall is a third year PhD Student in Psychology. Her current research aims to further understand the organisation of the bilingual lexicon by investigating how words belonging to different languages are stored and accessed. Nikki's other research interests are the mental wellbeing associated with ownership of animals, self-harm behaviours, acronyms, etc. PsyPAG's Women and Equalities Section Rep Twitter: @NDeanMarshall Email: dsnjd@exchange.shu.ac.uk

Rosie Martin

Rosie Martin

Events Organiser Rosie Martin is a second Year PhD Student in Psychology. Her current research aims to explore treatment adherence in patients living with Cystic Fibrosis. Email: rm3430@exchange.shu.ac.uk Twitter: @Rosiemartin12

Amelia Knowlson

Amelia Knowlson

Social Media and Marketing Officer Amelia is practice-based PhD researcher and curator. Her AHRC funded PhD uses curatorial and design-based methods to research the effects 3D technology has on museum practice. 3D scanning and printing sit at the heart of her research, which she uses to create situations that challenge the traditional rhetoric of the museum. Twitter: @AmeliaKnowlson

Jessie Rourke

Jessie Rourke

Minute Taker Jessie has just started an MA in arts and cultural management. She has a strong academic interest in museums and how they can work to repatriate items of cultural and spiritual significance to indigenous peoples. Furthermore, I am also keenly interested in the representation of women in cinema, particularly in the works of female directors.

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Nikki Dean Marshall

President Nikki Dean Marshall is a third year PhD Student in Psychology. Her current research aims to further understand the organisation of the bilingual lexicon by investigating how words belonging to different languages are stored and accessed. Nikki's other research interests are the mental wellbeing associated with ownership of animals, self-harm behaviours, acronyms, etc. PsyPAG's Women and Equalities Section Rep Twitter: @NDeanMarshall Email: dsnjd@exchange.shu.ac.uk

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