Images of Research 2017-18 winners announced!

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Avenue gallery corridor exhibition in February

The winners of the Graduate School’s Images of Research (IoR) exhibition and competition 2017-18 have now been chosen! 38 images from UoN researchers, both postgraduate students and staff, were submitted, along with short abstracts, to illustrate a research project in an engaging way for a general audience. There were submissions from all Faculties and in a variety of disciplines, from science to literature, psychology to nursing.

There were two competitions –  four winners chosen by our guest judge, David Stevens from UoN marketing, and a public vote. The ‘public’ votes were counted from those on paper at the launch and exhibition in February 2018 at Avenue gallery corridor and the travelling exhibitions in March/April, plus the 800+ online votes via the Research Support Hub! 

 

Lucy Skinner(via Will wise)

Image by Lucy Skinner

Congratulations to Lucy Skinner, TianYang Lan, Simon Sneddon and Nicola Smithers who were David Stevens’ winners. Lucy’s evocative image was of an historic leather tannery in Cairo and worked with her abstract text to remind us of the importance of traditional labour practices but also of the health hazards often inherent in them.

 

Amatou Slimani (artwork)

Image by Soumeya Slimani

The public vote winners were Soumeya Slimani, Chetak Nangare and Cal Cooper. Soumeya is the first person to win Images of Research with a drawing, which illustrated her doctoral research into misrepresentations of Algeria in literary works.

You can see the full catalogue of Images from the 2018 competition here. If you have any questions, feedback or comments about Images of Research please contact Simone Apel in the Graduate School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Leila Benseddik

PhD student and PGR Intern for the Graduate School

Posted on May 30, 2018, in Competitions and awards, Events, Researcher development and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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