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Education school student wins 1st prize at Doctoral Research Showcase

Published: 18 May 2018
Lily receiving her award.
Lily receiving her award from the President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Christopher Snowden.

One of Southampton Education School’s postgraduate research students, Lily Binti Salleh, is celebrating after winning two separate prizes for her research posters. Lily won a first prize for Visual Impact at the Faculty of Social Human and Mathematical Sciences PGR Student Research Showcase on May 9th 2018. Lily also won first prize at the Doctoral Research Showcase on May 16th 2018, which was part of the University’s Festival of Doctoral Research.

Lily receives prize from Professor Jane Falkingham, Dean of the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences
Lily receives prize from Professor Jane Falkingham.

Lily is pictured receiving her winner’s certificates with Professor Jane Falkingham, Dean of the Faculty of Social Human and Mathematical Sciences, and the President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Christopher Snowden.

Lily is a full-time PhD student from Malaysia, currently in the third year of her studies. Her research focuses on teachers’ views on inclusive education and professional development in Malaysia. Lily is being supervised by Dr Kiki Messiou and Dr John Woollard from Southampton Education School.

I am absolutely delighted to hear that one of our students has been awarded first prize for her posters, not once but twice, and at Faculty and at University level! Well done Lily! It’s good to see that our students put themselves forward to these events and how rewarding these can be!

Dr Michaela Brockmann - Education School’s Doctoral Programme Director

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