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Invitation to the UoN Research Conference: 20th and 21st June 2018

New Strategy JPegThe Graduate School and the Faculties would like to invite you to the first jointly run UoN Research Conference, which will be held from 20th to 21st June 2018.

We have almost 50 oral presentations from postgraduate researchers and staff from across the University over the two days, displaying about 30 research posters and are also holding our second 3-Minute Thesis competition. The four faculties and The Graduate School have got together to plan this 2-day conference, which crosses faculties and disciplines. Please see the conference website for the schedule, and to register your place at the conference on your preferred day (or why not come to both!). The deadline for registration is Friday 15th June so that we can arrange catering. The conference will also be live streamed from here. Read the rest of this entry

Come along to the 8th May Annual Research Student Poster Competition

Poster

UN Research Students, Supervisors and staff are invited to join us at the Graduate School’s Research Student Poster competition, which takes place on Wednesday 8th May, from 11:15 to 2pm in the Dialog Cafe area of the Rockingham Library, Park Campus. Please drop in, if you can, take a look at the posters and support your colleagues.

The event will be opened by Professor Ian Livingstone, Head of the Graduate School, at 11:15 and will close at 13:50 with the announcement of winners by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Nick Petford. The winner will receive a £100 prize, with two runner-up prizes of £75.

The aim of this event is for students to create a visually exciting poster which explains their research to a mixed audience of non subject specialists. The poster competition is open to all research students from all years of study.

Invitation to the 8th Annual Research Student Poster Competition

Poster

UN Research Students are invited by the Graduate School to enter the University’s Research Poster competition, which takes place on Wednesday 8th May. The winner will receive a £100 prize, with two runner-up prizes of £75.

The aim of this event is for students to create a poster that explains their research to a mixed audience of non subject-specialists. The poster competition is open to all research students from all years of study. If you are in your first year, you can just present preliminary results or some data and ideas for further consideration. Supervisors are invited to come along and support their students on the day.
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