• Get Published - Research Conferences
  • We are pleased to announce the students who will be representing Oxford Brookes University at the prestigious British Conference of Undergraduate Research:

    Bournemouth University, 25-26 April 2017

    • Louise Foulger, History and Geography student with the poster title Research into how different stakeholders value geodiversity within Malta’s coastal environment
    • Jack Dalrymple Hamilton, Computer Science student with the poster title Investigating the effectiveness of Big Data analytics with a Mobile Health application measuring the inertial movements of a person
    • Kwok Kuen Kan, Computer Science student with the poster title Understanding patients with ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) experiences of fatigue through an automated user-driven design of a mobile application
    • Inigo Purcell, English Literature student with the poster title How does John Taylor break the mould of 17th century poetry?
    • Sachin Amonker, Medical Science student with the poster title Comparison of interferon gamma production using different promoter and signal peptides in baculovirus expressions system

    Two students also attended the Posters in Parliament conference in Westminster on 14 March 2017:

    • Georgia Shortman, Sociology and Politics student with the poster title Women’s Gendered Experiences in the Wine Trade
    • Olena Zyelyentsova, International Relations and Politics student with the poster title What is the role of the West in the development of the Ukraine crisis?


    Latest project update - April 2017

    Professor Helen Walkington, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    "Most of the work as been centred around the preparations for the GP! Conference in the JHB Forum on 31 March 2017....The next event is BCUR 2017 at Bournemouth University on 25-26 April.Clare Martin will accompany the five student presenters."


    Project update - March 2017

    Professor Helen Walkington, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    "We have made the team aware of the need to develop materials and processes that will ensure we can transition smoothly to business as usual. Everything in the run up to our conference this year is focused on long term sustainable resources and support."


    Project update - February 2017

    Professor Helen Walkington, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    "We are excited to be supporting students to present their work nationally again and are gearing up our institutional conference for greater local community impact by inviting employers and parents as well as the general public."


    Project update - November 2016

    Professor Helen Walkington, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    “New students members for the project have been recruited and there is representation across all faculties. Leaflets have been disseminated to staff and students at induction and staff development events. OCSLD have been working on recommendations for the 2017 Student Research Conference, based on last year’s experience, to ensure that it runs as smoothly as possible.

    “Our main challenge is communication to students, we will take this to a forthcoming student experience group to look at creative solutions.”

    Project update - October 2016

    Professor Helen Walkington, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    “I am delighted to take over as Project Sponsor and look forward to working more closely with the PESE steering committee this year. I am also looking forward to working with Clare Martin as project manager and the new team. Over the summer, we have been uploading work from the Student Research Conference and other submitted pieces. There are now around 100 items which are online and accessible via the student research collection on RADAR.”

    “Communications activities also took place over the summer including a poster on how to create a conference poster, a second video for students on how to engage with the project, web content and news items about students who have successfully engaged in the project.”

    Project update - May 2016

    Louise Grisoni, Project Sponsor for Get Published!:

    “The Student Research Conference, held on 15 April 2016, was a highly successful event and has received many commendations from students and staff. We will be reviewing feedback to learn lessons for next year and ensure that word spreads.

    “In other project news, Dr Helen Walkington will take over as Project Sponsor from September 2016 while I am on sabbatical leave.”


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