Now in it's 13th year the Research Students' Education Conference (RSEC) is an important event in the School of Education calendar. It provides an opportunity for research students to organize an academic event, and to present their work before a critical yet supportive audience consisting of their peers and academic staff. Research students meet and talk about their research work, see how others present their work and learn from their experiences.
As a first-year research student, I was really excited about presenting at the conference. The feedback I received from the academic community and the audience contributed greatly in shaping my initial thoughts into my current research.
The Research Students’ Education Conference is a one-day conference which offers postgraduate researchers an excellent opportunity to present their work and receive feedback from a supportive audience of their peers and academic staff.
This year, our theme is Challenges In Research Methodology. The conference will feature interdisciplinary presentations and poster exhibitions by early-career researchers at various stages in their doctoral projects.