New for 2018/19 - Postgraduate Research Live Exhibition
This live exhibition was a unique display of the breadth and quality of research undertaken by postgraduate researchers at the University and allows those who take part an opportunity to disseminate their research in new, creative and interactive ways to a wide audience.
Wednesday 5 December 2018 | 13:00 - 16:00 | K103 Kimmeridge House | Talbot Campus
Photos coming soon.
The 10th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference
On Wednesday 7 March 2018 the Doctoral College hosted the 10th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference which was a huge success with lots of positive feedback from students and staff alike. Watch our highlights reel. We are happy to announce the category winners below. Well done to everyone who took part!
The Annual Postgraduate Research Conference is an opportunity to listen to and engage with current postgraduate research taking place at Bournemouth University. Organised and hosted by the Doctoral College this cross-faculty and interdisciplinary conference supports postgraduate researchers at all stages in presenting their research to their peers and colleagues across Bournemouth University.
Listening to the diversity of PGR research happening at BU was really interesting, and helped me link up with PGRs in other faculties who are using similar methodologies to me.
Clare Gordan, Postgraduate Researcher, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences
Presenting at the conference last year was useful for developing my academic skills. The conference challenged me to think about constructing and delivering a presentation that would be both engaging and informative to an audience outside of my academic discipline. The presentation also served as an opportunity to receive feedback from my peers about my work and see the other work that is happening in other faculties.
Sam Prince, Postgraduate Researcher, Faculty of Management
Presenting at the Annual Postgraduate Conference is a springboard for self-awareness, an opportunity to get under the light spot and show all your hard work to professors, colleagues and friends.
Francesco Ferraro, Postgraduate Researcher, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences
Oral Presentation: 1st Prize £150; 2nd Prize £100; 3rd Prize £75
Poster Presentation: 1st Prize £100; 2nd Prize £75; 3rd Prize £50
Photo Presentation: Winner £50
*All prizes are in the form of Amazon VouchersCongratulations to the winners of the Postgraduate Research Conference 2018
New for 2017/18 - Postgraduate Research Showcase
A showcase exhibition to explore the latest postgraduate research emerging from BU.
An exhibition of postgraduate researchers’ posters and photographs were on display at the Atrium Gallery, Poole House, Talbot Campus, between 12 - 16 March 2018.
Prize Winners 2018
BU celebrated some of the best current postgraduate research at its Postgraduate Conference on Wednesday 7 March 2018. Winners of the oral presentations, academic poster and photography presentaion were announced at the end of the conference, listed below. Congratulations to everyone who participated.
Oral Presentation Winners
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 and Communication)
3rd Prize - Louise Oliver (Child-parent-violence and abuse: lifting the veil of secrecy, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences)
Poster Presentation Winners
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 and 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 and 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 and Social Sciences)
Photography Presentation Winner
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 and Communication)