“And the winner of the 8th Graduate School Poster Competition is…”

Poster compThe University of Northampton’s Graduate School hosted its eighth Annual Research Student Poster Competition to give research students the opportunity to showcase their work. The event was held on Wednesday 8 May in the Dialogue Cafe in Rockingham Library and was opened by Professor Ian Livingstone, Head of the Graduate School. The competition was open to all research students from all years of study and the aim was to create a poster that described their research to a mixed audience of non-subject specialists.

Winning_Poster

The winners were announced by Professor Nick Petford, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Northampton, with a top prize of £100 and two runner up prizes of £75.

Saneeya Qureshi, from the School of Education was named as the winner, with her poster, ‘Like a Cog in a Wheel’, with two runner-up prizes won by Roshni Khatri and Nutmeg Hallett, both from the School of Health.

Poster competition

The standard of posters was high and the range of research extended across all subject disciplines, from humanities, health and education to science and social science. The Graduate School would like to thank all those who took part in, or visited the event, and helped to make it a success. Many congratulations to the three winners who will be featured on the Research Support Hub in a special edition – so watch this space!

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

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