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Compete with your fellow research students for a chance to win a range of cash prizes and have an opportunity to showcase your work to the wider University and external visitors.
We have hired out the carpeted area of The Forum to properly showcase your submissions, not only to students and staff, but to visitors of the University. This will be a fantastic opportunity and a worthwhile experience for any of you who choose to get involved. Last year’s event was very successful with practice-based installations, printed word entries and poster presentations. You can read more about last year's event in the Graduate College Newsletter.
We hope the submission categories will make it easy for research students from across the faculties to get involved;
- Printed word ... including conference papers, abstracts, journal articles, book chapters.
- Practice-based ... including audio and visual performances or recordings, installations, displays.
- Posters ... including academic posters, Powerpoint, Prezi and movie presentations
If you require any equipment for your presentation, e.g. audio visual equipment, please let us know your requirements on the submission form and we will do our best to arrange this for you.
If you are unsure which category your submission falls into or feel your particular form of submission has not been covered by the above categories, please do not be put off - contact Zoe Houlihan email@example.com and we will advise you as to which category will be most appropriate for your submission.
Wednesday 30 January - Professor Susan Brooks will be running a workshop offering further guidance and clarification on creating an academic poster or the range of options for practice-based presentations - in JHB 202, 4-5pm. All are welcome to attend and no need to book.
Wednesday 13 February - Deadline for completing the Submission Form to say you would like to enter the event.
Wednesday 13 March - Deadline for sending your event submission to the Research Degrees Team. Please ensure you have received permission from your supervisor regarding your submission prior to entry.
**Wednesday 3 April - Graduate College Annual Event 2019!**
The event itself will take place on 3-4 April 2019 and will run between 10.00am – 5.30pm. Judging and prize-giving of the three categories will take place at 12.30pm on 3 April in JHB128 Executive Suite.
All research students are invited to the event, whether you have put forward a submission or not, and for those of you who attend the prize-giving ceremony there will be a free lunch put on from 12.30pm. Please remind your supervisors to come along too!
You can sign up for the event now by completing the online submission form.
Please download our document Hints and tips for making an academic poster and see our FAQs document for further information.
We look forward to receiving your entries!
If you have any further questions, please contact the Research Degrees Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 482733.