This year the Doctoral College hosted its 10th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, which provides a valuable platform for our postgraduate researchers to present posters and photographs explaining their research projects in a clear, concise and creative way to a public audience.
An exhibition of their work will be on display at the Atrium Gallery in Poole House from from 12 - 16 March 2018, 10am-4pm. This event is free to attend and all are welcome!
The conference prize winners are now announced as below - check the conference webpages for full details of the event and prizes.:
- 1st Prize Mark Stevens "Advancing a social identity approach to understanding physical activity: preliminary evidence from parkrun" Faculty of Management
- 2nd Prize Stephen Allard "The intimate masses: poetry and emerging new concepts of ‘Netiquette’ in online environments" Faculty of Media & Communication
- 3rd Prize Louise Oliver "Child-parent-violence and abuse: lifting the veil of secrecy" Faculty of Health & Social Sciences.
- 1st Prize Giulia Levi "Between silence and agitation – coping strategies and third-party interventions in divided societies: a comparison between post-conflict Bosnia and post-referendum UK", Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
- 2nd Prize Amal Musa Almoualed "Saudi women journalists – an exploration of their roles and practices in an age of social media", Faculty of Media & Communication
- 3rd Prize Ejike T. Ezeh "Shared decision-making: web-based information tool to support treatment choices of people with advanced pancreatic cancer", Faculty of Health & Social Sciences.
Winner Nurist S. Ulfa "The paradox of Muslim girl’s freedom of experimentation in girl games: when the digital virtual consumption practices and the religious norms are predominantly discordant", Faculty of Media & Communication.