Category Archive: Alumni

Items by or about alumni of the Centre for the History of the Sciences including the MSc Science, Communication and Society.

Sep 28

Food science: then and now

Having looked at a huge range of universities and the courses on offer I decided to apply for the MSc Science Communication and Society at the University of Kent. I chose this particular course as it offered an opportunity to study a combination of Biosciences and History modules allowing me to gain a fantastic insight …

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Feb 17

From Course to Collider: My adventures at CERN

by David Lugmayer Science can be complex. Even with a lifetime spent studying the sciences one could still not learn everything it has to offer. Yet much of this knowledge can be very important to our lives, whoever we are and whatever occupation we have: This is why we need science communication and is one …

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Mar 28

Graduate Student Profile: Jessica Miller

Science Comma talks to Science Communcation alumna, Jessica Miller. 1)      Why did you choose this course? I have always enjoyed science; however, I realised during my BSc in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter that laboratory work wasn’t for me. During the third year of my undergraduate degree I took a module in Science …

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Nov 01

Graduate profile: Lucie Houghton

Lucie Houghton

Course studied: MSc Science, Communication and Society Year of graduation: 2011 Any previous roles before the one you currently have? After graduating from my BSc (Kent) I got a job on a graduate programme as a sales executive for an orthopaedic company. However, there was a lot more to the role than just sales. I had …

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