Sam Royle is a Psychology Technician at the University of Salford. In this conversation he gives the listener a real sense of what the role entails and its importance within both academic research and teaching. He shares his experiences of undertaking his Master’s, how he was drawn to the technician’s post as a way of financially supporting his PhD and then discovering the rewards of problem solving, a central feature of the role. Sam explains his fortunate position in being well supported at Salford and how he has enthusiastically embraced all opportunities that have come his way, getting involved in varied research, teaching, outreach and joining the ATSiP technician’s community.
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