With Burns Night celebrations happening this week up and down the country, I sat down with master’s student Megan Leishman to discuss her work with the organisation Science Ceilidh – a social enterprise working to support communities across a broad spectrum from science communication to wellbeing.
Megan describes herself as a 5th year Astrophysicist and fiddle player and is a member of the university ski club (she says she does “ski racing really really badly”!). I was keen to know how she got involved with Science Ceilidh and find out what she’s been up to!
Luisa Schrempf became involved in the student Hyperloop team, HYPED at the start of her MPhys Physics degree, firstly as a Team Member, then as Head of Propulsion, and now in year 3 of her studies, she currently holds the role of Academic Advisor. In this article she shares feedback on the vast range of skills and experience gained from being part of HYPED.