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Graduate School’s Annual Postgraduate Research Conference 2017

ghazzalaConnected Communities: Diversity at UoN was the theme of the Graduate School’s annual Postgraduate Research Conference which was held on 19th September 2017. The conference was an excellent opportunity for research students from every stage in the doctoral process to share, discuss and network with other research students and supervisors from across the University. The key note address was given by UoN Chair of the Board of Governors, Andrew Scarborough who said he was impressed with the breadth and variety of research. Read the rest of this entry

Tips for effective conference presentations

nu-skills-hub-310Having spent the day at yesterday’s excellent Postgraduate Research Conference, Professor Jeff Ollerton has some useful advice for prospective presenters.

You can read Jeff’s post on his blog here.

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Join us for the Graduate School’s PGR Student Conference 2015

Why not join us for

The Graduate School’s Annual Postgraduate Research Conference 2015

“Research Integration”

on 17th June 2015 in Holdenby Lecture Theatre 3,  Park Campus
9:30am – 4:15pm

You are warmly invited to join the Graduate School at their Annual Postgraduate Research Conference for PGR Students and Early Career Researchers. Please see the Conference Programme 2015 for more information. Sign up on our Eventbrite page to book your place for catering purposes – you don’t need to attend all day.

Annual Postgraduate Research Conference 2013

Annual Postgraduate Research Conference 2013

“Global Interactions”

27th June 2013 in Holdenby Lecture Theatre 3,  Park Campus
9:30am – 4:15pm

You are warmly invited to join the Graduate School at their Annual Postgraduate Research Conference for PGR Students and Early Career Researchers. Please see the Conference flyer  for more information. Sign up to book your place.

New research initiatives in the School of the Arts

Submitted by Professor Janet Wilson

In 2012, the School of the Arts has hosted a range of innovative lectures and events as well as developing and launching a number of exciting interdisciplinary research groups. The Annual Postgraduate Conference (11th-14th September 2012) provided a welcome review of the range and vibrancy of doctoral projects within the School as well as featuring a keynote address by Performing Arts scholar at Brazil’s University of Bahia, Claudio Cajaiba.

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