Graduate Series: An Interview with Lyndsey Jenkins of Edinburgh Napier

As part of Company Connecting’s ongoing series looking at the work of students and graduates we spoke with Lyndsey Jenkins. Lyndsey is a PhD student at Edinburgh Napier University whose research explores whether and how workplace learning can be used to enhance individual innovation capability. Lyndsey has a  background in Psychology with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (Northumbria University) and a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychopathology (Durham University). You can read a little about her studies and her student experience in her full interview here: 

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