February 7, 2018, by Ian Kingsbury
Student research showcase
Following the success of the Graduate School’s annual student research showcase, we thought we’d mount a scaled-down version in our libraries. And we’re pleased to say we have several prize winners involved!
Babies: How big is too big?
We’ll be displaying posters that bring to life research undertaken by students from across the University. The posters cover a diverse (not to mention highly intriguing) range of subjects, from ‘Can a Shower help to solve the Social Care Crisis?‘ and ‘Heroes of Cancer Detection’ to ‘Tasting beer in a bar makes it easier to decide how you feel about it‘ and ‘How much P is in our waterways?’.
When and where?
A total of 19 posters will displayed in libraries for four weeks from 12 February until 9 March . The posters will be at the following locations:
- Science and Engineering subjects: in the exhibition area on the ground floor of George Green Library (Pope entrance).
- Arts and Social Sciences subjects: near the entrance to Hallward Library, on level 1.
- Medicine and Health Sciences subjects: in the Learning Hub area of Greenfield Medical Library.
As well as being a great opportunity for students to get their research to a wider audience, you’ll also have the chance to talk to some of the authors about their research. We’ll let you know which students will be appearing alongside their posters – and when – very shortly.
No comments yet, fill out a comment to be the first