Vote in the Graduate School Poster Competition!


The Graduate School are delighted to launch the Graduate School Poster Competition 2022, in which the University’s research students showcase their projects and demonstrate their important contribution to the research community at the Open University. 

21st century researchers need to be able to convey their research ideas to a broad audience. This competition, partly judged by academic and academic-related staff from across the OU, gives research students the opportunity to practise these skills.  

Research students are taking part in the following categories:  

  • Poster competition (prizes for: Judges’ Choice, Community Choice, Best Use of Imagery) 
  • Multimedia competition (Community Choice)

Community Choice voting 

Community Choice voting takes place from Wednesday 1 June until Wednesday 15 June (13:59 BST) and all OU students and staff are invited to vote. 

Take a look at the Poster Competition (Community Choice) entries here and the Multimedia Competition (Community Choice) entries here.

You can then vote for both competitions here.

 

A photograph of a poster on a board, with a man talking to a woman about the poster.
Presenting a poster at the 2019 competition.

If you are on or near campus, all staff and students are also warmly invited to come along to view the entries at the Hub Theatre on Wednesday 15 June, 12:30 – 14:00 (BST), followed by prize giving. Research students welcome the opportunity to talk about their projects to people from other disciplines and the wider OU community.  

 

For further information please get in touch with the Graduate School:  

Email: Graduate-School-Communications@open.ac.uk  

Twitter: @OUGradSch 

Facebook: OUGradSchool 


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Lara Munday

Lara is a member of the OU Students Association staff team.

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