Save the Date: ARC 2020 will take place on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th June 2020 as part of Researcher’s week which takes place from Monday 15th – Friday 19th June 2020.
The week aims to provide postgraduate researchers with the opportunity to develop their research skills and knowledge development, as well as their networks with other researchers and their community of practice. Whether you book for the whole week or just a couple of days, we look forward to seeing you there.
To find out more about ARC from the viewpoint of our staff and students, watch the video filmed during the 2018 conference below:
ARC 2019 took place on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th June 2019.
Download the full Researcher's Week 2019 Programme (PDF)
[This programme is correct at time of publishing but may be subject to change due to circumstances outside of our control. Please refer back to www.wlv.ac.uk/arc for any updates to the schedule.]
Congratulations to the 5 poster competition winners as selected by the judges:
|1st||Morgan Hughes||FSE||Challenging common misconceptions about urban wildlife|
|2nd||Emily Elwell||FSE||Using Scents to Improve the Welfare of Primates in Zoos|
|3rd||Natalie Quinn-Walker||ICRD||Do healthcare professionals delivering emergency services have adequate knowledge and awareness to identify and support male domestic abuse victims?|
|4th||James Stanyer||ICRD||Inclusive Growth in the West Midlands – An Analysis of the Processes and Structures within the West Midlands Combined Authority|
|5th||Jasleen Kandhari||FoA||Sikh Pop Art & Socio-Religious Identity: Visual Culture of the Sikh Community in Mombasa, Britain & the Punjab|
And the peer review winners as voted by visitors to the conference:
|Visual Impact||Phillipa Peart||FEHW||An Examination of Economic Evaluation Approaches in Mental Health Promotion Initiatives Targeted At Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities In The UK|
|Importance to Society||Bumi Jang||FEHW||The views and perspectives of mothers on malaria control strategies regarding neonatal and infant health in Nigeria|
|Clarity of message||Priscilla Eke||FoSS||Women and Leadership in Nigeria|
And the winners of the Doctoral Depictions Photo Competition:
|Winner||Paul Barnsley - Erased? Masculinity & Identity in a Post-Industrial Black Country Community||FoSS|
|Runner-up||Hamlet Reynoso Vanderhorst - Strategy of drone adoption in the construction industry||FSE|
|Public Vote||Morgan Hughes - Looking Closer at Urban Wildlife||FSE|
The winning posters and Doctoral Depictions are available to view here ARC2019 Prize Winners