Meet our Laidlaw Scholars

2023 Cohort

ScholarResearch ProjectResearch Supervisor
Alison CarlessNation building and identity in Kazakhstan: conflicts and challengesDr. Diana Kudaibergenova
Jessica ChukwuThe Forgotten Majority: The impact of the cost-of-living crisis on white working-class males aged 14-16 years old in Islington, LondonDr. Adam Coutts
Jasmine CrosbieUndergraduate Experiences of Asexuality and Mental Health – A Qualitative StudyMs. Elisabeth Sandler
Ahmed KhanConceptualising Mental Disorder in Artificial ConsciousnessDr. Lukas J. Meier
Brodie KnightX (formerly Twitter) as a Free and Accessible Source
of Public Sentiment
Professor Andreas Vlachos
Lucia LaffanCan the business models for charity clothing shops and second-hand clothing platforms be combined and developed to revolutionise the fashion industry for the good of the planet and humanitarian causes?Ms. Jie Zhou
Caitlin McIntoshA retrospective clinical chart review approach to evaluate anticancer therapyDr. Joo Ern Ang
Anna MetzgerProtecting the “Invisible”: Violence Against Sexual and Gender Minorities in Humanitarian ContextsMs. Ilaria Michelis
Jack MillarFrom Kaiviti to Kaivalagi, an exploration of I-Taukei identity.Professor Joel Robbins
Alex WestInquiry into the utilisation of optimistic reflection on our better nature as a means of positive influenceDr. Helen Demetriou
Lucas WolmanThe case for retrofit;
What is preventing a return to the mainstream?
Dr. Jennifer Schooling

26 May 2023

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