PhD Poster Competition
PhD POSTER COMPETITION
A selection of posters from PhD students at Warwick
Research in the Faculty of Social Sciences is incredibly varied, from projects on leadership and teaching to food production and turn-taking. The posters below have been created by PhD students at Warwick and highlight the range and variety of subjects researched within the social sciences. These posters have all been submitted for the PhD poster competition, you can find the results below.
Click on each image to enlarge it, you can also download the original files at the bottom of the page in .pdf format.
This article forms part of our coverage of the Festival of Social Sciences taking place at the University throughout May 2011. The festival is designed to celebrate the vibrancy and innovation of research and teaching in the social sciences at Warwick. The theme for 2011 is 'Public Engagement, Communication and Impact'.
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