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Poster Competition

2022 Competition

Our Research poster competition is one of the highlights of the University calendar, celebrating postgraduate research from across the institution. One of the key aims of the poster competition is to challenge PGRs to communicate and disseminate their research to a public or lay audience. The posters will be on display in Building One (Pearson, Constantine, and Kolade rooms), Streatham on Thursday 16 June and online.

The winners for this years competition are as follows:

HASS category:

  • 1st Place: Katy Humberstone with “Contemporary Cornish identity in Hidalgo, Mexico”
  • 2nd Place: Fatma Sabet with “The role of school-caterer partnerships in mobilising sustainable school food in England”
  • 3rd Place: Latifah Almughayribi with “Critical Evaluation of the Role of Influencers in Festival and Event Marketing Strategies in Saudi Arabia”

STEMM category:

  • 1st Place: Jamie McMurtrie with “Relationships between Tilapia skin and pond water microbiomes for healthy aquaculture ponds in Malawi”
  • 2nd Place: Rong Huang with “The Effects of Physical Activity on Bone Architecture in Adulthood: A Systematic Review of Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography Studies”
  • 3rd Place: Emily Fletcher with “Workload and workflow implications associated with the use of electronic clinical decision support tools used by health professionals in general practice: a systematic scoping review”

Most Innovative Poster category:

  • Estrella Torrico Cuadrado with “Statues’ Rumours: The Communicative Phenomenon of the Italian 'Talking Statues' from the Renaissance to the Present Day.”

Rules

Posters can be:

  • Any size up to A0,
  • Either landscape or portrait,
  • Please only submit one poster. 

If you are unsure as to where to start with the creation of your poster we recommend that you look at our Designing Research Posters ELE resources. 

The judges for this years competition are as follows:

To view the poster competition entires online please click here.

All these fantastic posters will be on display in in Building One (Pearson, Constantine, and Kolade rooms), Streatham on Thursday 16 June.

Thank you to everyone who submitted a poster in this years competition and good luck!

Our 2021 winners were:

HASS (Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences) Category

  • 1st place- Maddy Millar
  • 2nd place- Elis Jones
  • 3rd place- Leona Heimfeld

STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) Category

  • 1st place- Katy Chapman
  • 2nd place- Clemency White
  • Joint 3rd- Gillian Phua
  • Joint 3rd- Sanjit Debnath

Most Innovative

  • Joint 1st- Clemency White
  • Joint 1st- Suzan Kors 

Best HASS Poster

Winner Latifah Almughayribi (UEBS) ‘Marketing Strategies for Local Tourism Activities in Saudi Arabia’

Runners up:

  • Katie Snow (HUMS) ‘Satirising the Breast: representations of transgressive femininity in eighteenth-century British caricature’
  • Nina Van Volkinburg (UEBS) ‘Disruption to Destruction: The Effects of Digital Disruption on the Value Creation Processes within the Fashion Industry’

Best STEMM Poster

WinnerNeil Chanchlani (CMH) ‘Developing personalised therapy for Chron’s disease’

Runners up:

Most Innovative Poster

Winner Laura Burnett (HUMS)‌ ‘For Change and Charitie’

Runners up:

  • Mayra Rodriguez (EMPS) ‘Green infrastructures - A sustainable future for our cities?’
  • Nina Van Volkinburg (UEBS) ‘Disruption to Destruction: The Effects of Digital Disruption on the Value Creation Processes within the Fashion Industry’

Our prize winners for 2018 were as follows:

Best poster - Humanities Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)

Best poster - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)

Most innovative poster

Best Poster – Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)

Postgraduate: Caroline Nye, College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Poster title: The Forgotten Farm Worker

Best Poster - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)
Postgraduate: Lauren Adams, College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Poster title: A new protein required for building the cell's antenna

Most Innovative Poster
Postgraduate: Anna Sowa, College of Humanities
Poster title: Creative impact producer

Judges Mention
Postgraduate: Sinibaldo de Rosa, College of Humanities
Poster title: Looking at the Alevi semah through the Kinetography Laban

The Poster Competition took place as part of Postgraduate Research Showcase from 15 – 17 April 2016. 

Best Poster – Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)
Postgraduate: Dawn Thorley, College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Poster title: Perfectionism

Best Poster - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)
Postgraduate title: Kirsten Thompson, College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Poster: Secrets of the dead: Examining genetic kinship in Gray's beaked whales

Most Innovative Poster
Postgraduate title: Sarah Foxen, College of Humanities
Poster: Investigating language and identity in the (Franco-)Belgian borderland: The untold story

The Poster Competition took places as part of Postgraduate Research Showcase from 27-29 April 2015.

Best Poster – Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)
Winner: Mathilde Pavis, College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Poster: Who values disabled dance artists?

Best Poster - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)
Winner: Carole Lee, College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Poster: Can environmental enrichment improve the welfare of laboratory zebrafish?

Most Innovative poster
Winner: Martha Vardaki, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Poster: Can light help us diagnose prostate cancer?