Michelle Grey – BSc Environmental science, interview

Michelle Grey is originally from the USA and now lives in the Norfolk Broads (East Anglia, England).  She works as a laboratory supervisor for Gardline Environmental.  Recently she gained her Bsc Environmental Science through Warnborough College Ireland. She talked to us before and after her graduation.   In a previous interview, while she was still working […]

Dr Ruth Todd, author of Econoracism, interview

Ruth  Todd’s book Econoracism: The Next Great Divide was the result of her years of researching for her PhD. Prevously, she had had a distinctive career working in the nuclear power industry and in cyber security.  For over forty years, she did a lot of international travel.  Later, having gained her first degree as a mature student, […]

Alumni Interview: Dr Ian Cooper on Parkinsons disease research

Dr Ian Cooper is a lecturer in Chemistry and Physics at Taylor’s College, University of Sydney.  He gained a PhD in Epidemiology at Warnborough College, with his groundbreaking Parkinsons Disease research. His thesis was entitled “Parkinsonism in Australia” and was in Ian’s words ‘a study of a range of illnesses that displayed similar symptoms and […]

Interview – Dr Michael Henss, art historian

Asian art has been a lifelong passion for Swiss art historian Michael Henss. He is renowned for his scholarly research on Tibetan monuments and tombs.  He was able to answer some questions we put to him about his time studying for his PhD at Warnborough: Why did you decide to do a PhD? To continue […]