Pauline Lokidor – PGR Officer
Sophie Nova – PGR Coordinator
Hello everyone, I’m Sophie, the Research Reps coordinator. I’m also a part-time PhD student, so I have
first-hand experience of the PGR student experience. I look forward to working with you all.
What is a Research Rep?
A Research Rep is someone who represents the views of their peers from their Research Centres. But why should you
be one? Being a Research Rep can be a highly rewarding experience during your PGR journey; you can bring about
positive change to your Research Centre, build on the existing employability skills you'll be gaining and truly
shape the student experience for PGRs, and so much more!
Find out who your Research Rep is
Unsure of who your Research Rep is within your Research Centre? You can find them below.
Apply to be a Research Rep
We don't limit the number of people who can apply; therefore, you will automatically be accepted for the role. We
will contact you over the coming days to complete training for the role. Please note that you will not be
confirmed as a Research Rep until your training has been completed.
We are currently recruiting for all open vacancies; please apply to be a Research Rep
Rep of the Month - Marwah Shnaiter
Marwah commitment to excellence, strong teamwork, and relentless pursuit of goals have truly set a shining example for all of us. They have gone above and beyond to making a significant impact on the overall student experience for their cohort.
Research Voice Forum
The Research Voice forum is a chance for you to raise feedback about your experience as a PGR. These a co-chaired
and minuted by Research Reps and happen 5 times a year. Why not submit your feedback to your Research Rep and
make an impact on your PGR experience today?
You Said We Did
Check out how academics in your study area have resolved feedback from students just like yourself.