Call for papers – why not present at UoN’s new Research Conference!

PGR conference 2016

The Graduate School Research Conference 2016

We are pleased to invite University of Northampton research students and staff to take part in the UoN Research Conference in June 2018. Unlike before, this year’s conference is organised jointly by The Graduate School and the Faculties in an enlarged two day conference, which will run from 20th to 21st June 2018 and offer a chance for researchers to present a paper, a poster or win a 3-minute thesis prize! The Call for Papers is now open and the deadline for abstracts is Friday 6th April. 

Chetak poster EMDocResearchers are welcome to participate in one (or more!) of the following categories – an oral paper, a poster presentation or our second 3 Minute Thesis competition. The aim of this joint conference is to provide a platform for UoN research students and staff to showcase their research and receive valuable feedback.  It is a chance for novice and experienced researchers to present to an academic audience and to communicate their research to people beyond their immediate discipline. Our conferences have always been a friendly environment for this development and offer a valuable opportunity for visitors to network and gain insights into current research at UoN.

The themes for the conference will be loosely grouped around the University’s new strategy – Social Impact; Super-Supportive; Future Focused.

Important dates to note:
Deadline for abstract: Friday April 6th 2018
Notification of acceptance: by Tuesday 1st May 2018

About Leila Benseddik

PhD student and PGR Intern for the Graduate School

Posted on February 22, 2018, in Conferences, Events, Researcher development and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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