This week we’re sharing our final blog from last year’s students. Let’s take a look at Halbert Bai’s PKP 2017 experience! Halbert is origionally from Dallas, Texas and was studying […]
This week we’re looking back at Christina’s experience on PKP 2017. Christina was a Chemistry student from The University of Hong Kong. What courses are you studying here? I’m taking […]
On PKP 2017 we also spoke to Andres Gusman from Union City, New Jersey. Andres is an English and Creative Writing major at the University of Southern California. What courses […]
Last summer we spoke to Sarah Stein from Yale University about her experiences on PKP. Sarah is a double major in Psychology and History of Science, Medicine and Public Health. […]
Hello! I’m Joanna Cyrus-David and I’m about to enter my last year of schooling at Rice University in Houston, Texas. I’m majoring in psychology pre-med, I’m hoping to […]
On PKP 2017 we spoke to Margit Herrman from the University of Iowa about her experiences on the programme!
Today’s blog was written by Teresa, who was a Programme Assistant (PA) on PKP. June-August 2017 was my third summer as a Programme Assistant (PA) on PKP. There are ways […]
A blind concert. That is the best way for me to succinctly describe the PKP trip to the BBC Proms. Climbing the staircase with our large group, having queued our way into the Royal Albert Hall, I was not expecting what I would see next.
Sit down in the huge lecture theatre of the Engineering department for a lecture on cybersecurity and you might expect that it could be quite dry, perhaps feature confusing terminology and warnings that are only helpful if you know how to code. Kieran Lovell’s talk, ‘Why hack the machine when they can hack you?’ was none of these things. An energetic speaker, he gave a lecture that was as amusing as it was informative.
The second Plenary lecture of PKP 2017 was given by Dr Hannah Mumby, who is a Drapers’ Company Research Fellow at Pembroke College, Cambridge. Dr Mumby spoke on ‘The Puzzle of Elephants’.