PhD poster exhibition
Research students attending the Festival were encouraged to exhibit a poster about their research. The posters were expected to convey something about the research student's research topic and the methodology they employ.
The posters were judged by a panel on the following criteria:
1. Academic quality of content.
2. Communication of ideas in a simple and accessible manner.
3. Engaging and thought-provoking presentation.
The winners of the poster exhibition competition at the 6th ESRC Research Methods Festival were:
|1st prize to Ulrike Rauer, Oxford Internet Institute, for her research poster on 'Internet use and health outcomes: Using secondary data for spatial microsimulation'.||2nd prize to Joe Winter, Institute of Education University of London, for his research poster on 'Constructions of parenting and social support: narratives of parenting identities and practices in online and face-to-face contexts'.||3rd prize to Laura Gibson, University of Sheffield, for her research poster on 'Childhood obesity, an outcome of childhood health and family lifestyle: A dynamic latent factor model'.|
Congratulations to the winners, thank you to everyone who contributed a poster to the exhibition and thanks to Sage for donating book vouchers for prizes.