The Graduate School PGR & ECR Annual Conference 2017: Call for abstracts
The University of Northampton Graduate School are holding their annual Postgraduate Researcher Conference on Tuesday 20th June and would like to invite University of Northampton research students (PGRs) and early career researchers (ECRs) to present a 10 minute paper, be a chair or help organise the event.
If you are interested in presenting please register your interest by emailing an abstract & preliminary information (see below) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit the following by Friday May 19th:
- Your presentation title, your full name, Faculty and email address.
- An abstract (ca. 150 words) summarising your presentation; eg. outlining your research, its context, methods, results (if any), conclusion. Nb. Style of writing; you should write clearly for a general academic audience, so no jargon please!
The Graduate School conference provides an ideal development opportunity for new researchers to present their research, discuss and share good practice with others in a comfortable and supportive environment. Researcher’s presentations should be 10 minutes long, and there will be 5 minutes allocated for questions after each presentation. We expect to have about 16 sessions running throughout the day, with lunch. If we have more than 16 abstracts submitted, a small selection panel of PGRs/ECRs will choose the papers to be presented.
If you don’t wish to present but would like to be part of the conference selection panel or help out on the day then please get in touch with Simone. We are also looking for research students and ECRs who would like to chair. So do contact Simone if you would like to participate and list some extra skills on your CV!
If you would like some 1-1 help on putting together your presentation or practising your presentation skills then Learning Development in LLS or Simone can help. Contact Simone for further details.
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