On Thursday 18 June, the Graduate School held its annual Doctoral Research Conference. Here is a visual overview of the day’s events…
The four finalists in the PhD Research of the Year Award. All smiles before their presentations!
An audience of over 200 packed out the Madejski Lecture Theatre.
The first PhD Researcher of the Year finalist to present their work was Rui Catarino, Faculty of Life Sciences.
Next to speak was Krissie West, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science.
Julie Knight, School of Law, speaking in the Three Minute Thesis Competition with the presentation ‘Dignity in elderly care: meaning and legal protection.’
Three Minute Thesis Competition winner (and People’s Choice winner) Bridget Ogwezi, School of Construction Management and Engineering. Bridget’s winning talk was entitled ‘A naturally adaptable facade element’.
Conference delegates at the Research Image Competition display. Seen here is Siti Maslizah’s entry, ‘Rice panicle at anthesis’.
Research Image Competition winner Shirley Keeton, discusses her image ‘Nuclear activity in sub-cellular galaxies.’
Emmanuel Sarku, School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, giving his Three Minute Thesis talk ‘How to remember things in the future’.
Joint winner of PhD Researcher of the Year Award, Graeme Marlton, Faculty of Science.
The other joint winner of the PhD Researcher of the Year Award was Adeyinka Adewale, Henley Business School.
An entertaining end to the conference. Before the competition winners were announced, the audience enjoyed Oliver Elligham’s winning Science Slam performance ‘Powdery Milwho?’