Miss Taylor Robinson

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Taylor received her BA in 2020 from Queens University of Charlotte, triple majoring in arts leadership and administration, new media design, and art history. She graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA and university honours. Throughout her studies, she received several prestigious research fellowships and awards, including the 2017 Noble Fellowship for research excellence, the 2019 International Digiprize award for her creation of innovative educational platforms, and the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship for scholarly achievement. In 2020, she was also the recipient of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, recognising a single student who represents the highest ideals of both the university and society and is committed to a high standard of personal integrity and a selfless dedication to service. After her undergraduate degree, Taylor received a distinction for an MLitt in International Business at the University of St. Andrews, where she was introduced to the field of surveillance and information security. Taylor is thrilled to be a part of the CDT at Royal Holloway University of London to continue developing her multidisciplinary skillset. Her research uses ethnographic methods to examine how marginalised communities in the UK, Thailand, and Uganda perceive information security. 

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