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Geography and Environmental Science

Annual conference showcases postgraduate success

Published: 12 June 2012

The Geography and Environment annual conference due to take place this week from 15-15 June, will showcase the exciting research carried out by our postgraduates.

It provides researchers across Geography & Environment as well as other areas of the University a great opportunity to learn about the investigations being undertaken across the five research groups and to give the presenters encouragement and support.

First years students are required to produce posters, whilst the second and third years will make presentations.

Each presenter has a maximum time of 15 minutes for their talk, plus five minutes for questions. The presentations and posters are an integral part of the postgraduate training programme and two members of staff will offer feedback on each talk or poster.

The wide range of research topics include Trevor Bond's Understanding the effects of cattle grazing in chalk streams and Eleanor Tighe's Bangladeshi Ready Made Garments: Regulating Business and
the business of multi-stakeholder regulation

To learn more about our postgraduate research students visit our postgraduate research student profiles here.

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