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Risk Internships & Studentships

The Centre for Risk Studies may offer internships and supervisory opportunities to individuals whose research interests overlap with the Centre’s pre-existing programmes. Grants and studentships may be made in support of educational activities and research that relate to the study of societal and economic risks. 

Interns typically undertake work at the Centre alongside full-time study. They are assigned to projects relevant to their skillsets and interests as a chance to develop their research and analytical skills further. Interns usually pursue applied research, which is then integrated into the Centre’s larger scheme of work and output.  

Current and former students at the Centre for Risk Studies

Jemma Green

Jemma Green

MSt Recipient

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Jemma Green is a recipient of the Master of Studies for Sustainability Leadership in the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability under the supervision of Professor Daniel Ralph at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies.

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Adrian Leonard

Adrian Leonard

PhD Recipient

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Adrian Leonard read for his PhD at the Faculty of History, studying under Professor Martin Daunton and supported by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and the Centre for Financial History at Newnham College.

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