Laura's role as a GTA focuses on providing support on a range of modules across the range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available within our School of Psychology and Computer Science. These include: PS1010 Research Methods and Statistics, PS1020 Introduction to Developmental and Social Psychology, PS2010 Psychological Research Methods, PS4700 Advanced Methods in Psychology, and PS4653 Research Methods and Statistics for Clinical Psychologists. Laura is also involved in outreach activities that take place within the department and with our partner institutes. She supports the teaching, marking and student support within these modules.
Upon graduating with us in 2017 with a first class BSC (Hons) in Psychology, Laura was awarded the Hugh Wagner Memorial Prize for The Best Undergraduate Project within our School of Psychology and Computer Science, the School Award for Best Research Project by a student on the course, as well as the School Award for the Best Overall Performance. Prior to joining the School of Psychology and Computer Science, Laura worked in several external admin roles before returning to us in 2018 to work as an assistant on the Future U project whilst continuing to volunteer within our School of Psychology and Computer Science. She then returned to our School of Psychology and Computer Science to start her role as a GTA in March 2019.