Vincent I am grateful for the assistance with my ppt. God bless you.
I am very grateful to all of you and want to thank Prof. Neary and the Graduate School Staff for a brilliant organisation. I do also thank all members, delegates for their vote. I pray that the Graduate school and Lincoln University will grow from strength to strength. Making the mark, moving to the next 20th on the list in UK is not far from our reach.
Many thanks to all of you who voted.
Best exhibition of the day is awarded to Abdulrahman Alzahrani for his display of Arabic & English Calligraphy.
Carrie Spencer wins best poster of the day for her display, ‘The F-Word’, detailing research formed from a feminist standpoint, asking: ‘How does the intimate autobiographical artwork of Nan Golding and Tracey Emin reflect the aims and achievements of the second wave feminist movement of the 1960′s?’.
Congratulations to Patricia Ababio, awarded best presentation of the day for her talk: ‘Evaluating Food Safety Practices in the UK & Ghanaian School Food Surfaces’.
The poster session is now underway. Be sure to take a look at the research on show and vote for your favourite.
Amazing images from the Light/Box project!
Presentation on the Contemporary Lens Media and Architecture Light/Box project is highlighting the importance and significance of collaborative practice. New, and exciting things happen when you cooperate in an interdisciplinary manner.
Don’t forget you can share your thoughts on Twitter by using the hashtag: #ULPGC13
Learning about Thai vernacular architecture and its potential in green building strategy. Fascinating!
After a brief tea and coffee break delegates are back for a second round of student presentations.
In love with genetic study now-right after the presentation.
The Graduate School team would like to thank Professor Stephen McKay for delivering our keynote speech this morning.
http://postgraduateconference2013.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk – Most of the information in your delegate pack today can also be found online.
“Have something to say, and say it as clearly as you can” — closing comment from Professor Stephen McKay’s opening keynote.
From the audience: “How can we write successful research proposals that will be accepted?”
Excellent question! If only the answer was simple…
Professor Stephen McKay is now taking questions from the audience following his talk on the craft of research.
People can sometime misreport you though
Interesting discussion about the potential impact of research. Your findings may filter through to policy-makers and politicians.