How to Get to the London England Temple the Easy Way

If you want to have a temple trip while you're here, then this is the post for you. First of all, check if the Warwick Branch is going to have a temple trip while you're here. Trust us, it's easier to go with them if that's possible. But if you're like us and that isn't … Continue reading How to Get to the London England Temple the Easy Way

Read One Intro, Get Two Free

(Left to right: Maren, Grace, Amelia) GRACE LESTER What is your Meyer-Briggs personality type? INFP What book are you currently reading? I am currently reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, of which the first fourteen pages have been quite good. What is your favourite movie? Say Anything. What is your favourite colour? … Continue reading Read One Intro, Get Two Free

‘Learn to know [them] now’: Interviews with the Learning Team

Hello there! As promised in my last post, this post is all about getting to know the Learning and Participation team. Unfortunately, I did not have the time or opportunity to interview everyone in the department, so I opted for the people that future Education interns will likely be working with. These people are Nick, … Continue reading ‘Learn to know [them] now’: Interviews with the Learning Team

“Study What You Most Affect” Part 2: When Your Research Plan Falls Apart

Okay "falls apart" is a strong phrase. But in my research journey, I've ended up in a very different place than where I planned to be. And, although I panicked at first, I'm now really excited about it. I went into my research (having already met with a mentor at BYU) with a really narrow … Continue reading “Study What You Most Affect” Part 2: When Your Research Plan Falls Apart

Stacking Up this Summer

This summer I'm working in the Collections department at the Trust. So what is Collections?? "The Collections department at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the world's largest collection of Shakespeare related material accessible by the public. Our collections have been designated as being of international importance (protected by Parliament and the Arts Council of England with … Continue reading Stacking Up this Summer