BSc Biological Sciences (Zoology), currently finishing PhD in Sociology at University of Exeter
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Charlotte joined the CCRI in September 2020. She began her career as a Biologist, working for 18 months in the veterinary parasitology laboratories at the University of Bristol. She also spent a year working for an online research company where she received extensive training into how to conduct online survey questionnaires. In 2017, she moved into the social sciences by embarking on a PhD at the University of Exeter within the Centre for Rural Policy Research. Her PhD research has explored the efficacy of and ways of improving farm advice surrounding diffuse water pollution from agriculture. She has, during this period, also worked as a research assistant on the LANDWISE project, as an Associate Lecturer in researcher development, and as a Consultant for a DEFRA project on future knowledge exchange. She has also worked on an NFU project exploring farmers’ requirements of ELMs policy.
e Ingram, Jane Mills, Matt Reed, and Charlotte Chivers of the CCRI were recently involved in delivering two sessions at Eurosoil 2021.
The July edition of the Open Access Government magazine features an article detailing the EU Horizon 2020 funded ‘SPRINT’ project.
The final SoilCare conference will take place on Thursday 24th June from 10:30-15:00 CET with the aim of disseminating the findings of our EU-funded project and inciting discussion surrounding our results and policy recommendations.
CCRI’s Charlotte-Anne Chivers along with Alison Caffyn (Cardiff University) and Adrienne Attorp of (University of Newcastle) are seeking abstract submissions for a session they are convening at the upcoming Royal Geographical Society annual conference.
Congratulations to our colleagues who have recently passed their APM Project Management Fundamentals qualification.
We are pleased to recognise promotions to existing colleagues and welcome new ones to the team.