University of Northampton Annual Research Conference June 27 & 28 2023 – Call for Papers extended to 2nd June at midnight!

The Call for Papers for UON’s Annual Research Conference now closes on 2nd June at midnight. Whether you are a PGR student, an early career or more experienced researcher you can come along and present your research at the conference. The Conference provides an ideal opportunity to emphasise the contribution that our Research can offer to understand and tackle pressing challenges.

You can participate online on Tuesday 27th June and/or on-campus on Wednesday 28th June 2023. There is a variety of exciting ways to present your research.

  • Oral presentation (online on Tuesday 27th June, on campus on Wednesday 28th June). Oral presentations should be 20 minutes long, with time allocated for questions after each presentation. Presentations will be placed in themed sessions once all entries are received.
  • Symposium (online on Tuesday 27th June, on campus on Wednesday 28th June). This will be an hour-long session for a themed discussion on the topic of your choice. Each symposium will have one hour for their presentations. The sessions are yours to run as you wish and as Chair(s), you are responsible to oversee all proceedings. Proposals are welcome from Research Centres and Institutes, but also from informal groups of researchers who share a topic.
  • Poster/infographic display (poster and infographic to be displayed online and on Campus on campus on Wednesday 28th June).

If you wish to submit in one, or all, of these formats, please complete a separate form for each entry. You will be asked to provide an abstract of 50-150 words for oral presentations. poster and infographic, and 150-300 words for a symposium. The closing date for entry forms is midnight on 2nd June 2023.

About Simone Apel

Researcher Development Manager for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

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