ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Centre & Learned Society for Wales – Student Poster Competition.
As in previous years, currently-registered PhD students attending the conference are invited to submit a poster. Posters will be displayed throughout the event so that all conference delegates can view them.
The Learned Society for Wales is sponsoring a cash prize of £200 for best poster, and this will be awarded during the conference.
For further details on the poster layout, size and orientation requirements for this conference, please consult the poster presentation guidelines, which can be found here.
Poster submissions must be made online at http://wiserd2016.exordo.com/login
ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Centre– "3MEI" - Three-minute engagement/impact session and prize
We would also like to invite you to enter our 3MEI session. This session is modelled on the well-known 'Three minute thesis' format. At the session you are invited to present (using one projected slide and in strictly no more than three minutes) an account of challenges and/or achievements in their research with respect to engagement and/or impact. The ESRC Wales DTC is sponsoring a prize for best '3MEI' in the form of a selection of recent books from two leading social science publishers, up to the value of £150. This will be awarded during the conference. The session will be friendly and informal in nature, and will run alongside the exhibition session at the event.
Rules, Judging Criteria and other top tips can be found here.
We have a limited number of slots available for this session, so please register to participate in the 3MT Competition before revised deadline: 6th June 2016, by sending an email with 3MEI in the subject box to firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of the WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Seminar Series, Dr Taulant Guma from the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University presents emerging findings from the WISERD/Civil Society project on ‘Migrants, Minorities and Engagement in Local Civil Society’.