Janet Dwyer led a discussion session at an ‘Innovation in Gloucestershire’s Rural Businesses event’, which was organised by GFirst Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Land Based Business Group. Its purpose was to demonstrate to Gloucestershire rural businesses how their businesses could benefit from engaging with GFirst LEP.
The CCRI has welcomed this week Eloise Fresnay, who has come to work in the CCRI as the 2016/17 Placement Student for 11 months. Find out about Eloise’s research interests and her expectations whilst in the CCRI.
Former CCRI placement student, Will Barber, has been announced as a finalist for the Student Research and Development category of the 2016 Green Gown Awards.
The CCRI has appointed a new placement student for 2016/17. The successful candidate is Eloise Fresnay, an agronomy student from AgroParisTech, who has a strong academic background with interests in EU agriculture and advanced skills in statistical analysis.
Although 2016 has only just begun, the CCRI is already looking for a new Placement Student to join the team for the next academic year, 2016-17.
Every year, the CCRI is fortunate enough to offer a placement to an undergraduate student. This year is no exception and this week Eleanor Hawketts joined the CCRI team and has been settling in.
Jonnie Felton’s time as the CCRI’s placement student is nearly at an end. In this short blog, he pulls together a few thoughts to sum up what’s been a momentous ten months.
Earlier this week, Janet Dwyer, Nick Lewis and Jonnie Felton attended a feedback meeting at Exford in Devon as part of the ‘State of Farming on Exmoor‘ research project commissioned by the Exmoor Hill Farming Network. The evening was an opportunity to present some key conclusions from the project to an audience of Network members and other stakeholders.
CRRI’s placement student Jonnie Felton took some time away from CCRI to participate in a charity hitchhike from Sheffield to Bucharest.
A few weeks ago Rob Berry – CCRI’s GIS and database expert, took a group of students on a field trip around the Severn Vale visiting numerous points of interest. Although he has published it on his own blog, our placement student Jonnie Felton also had a few words to say on the trip. But first, Rob gives an overview of the day…