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Another URSS project: Cheryl Nah on 'FOREIGNER’S WALL - Who is the Berlin Wall for?'

This project looks at the impact of global media coverage on the memorialisation of the Berlin Wall. Cheryl Nah shows that external influences should be considered when understanding how national symbols are remembered and celebrated, especially in this increasingly globalised world.

Tue 14 Dec 2021, 08:01 | Tags: Publication, Undergraduate

Lead your own (global) summer research project

The Undergraduate Research Support Scheme (URSS) enables undergraduate students to carry out an interdisciplinary summer research project.

The scheme is open to any UG student at Warwick of a full-time or part-time course, in any year including first and final year students. Erasmus and exchange students are not eligible to apply.

If you are interested in developing a global research project, then please contact the Director of the Global History and Culture Centre (a.t.gerritsen@warwick.ac.uk) for an informal conversation, or, if you prefer, contact any of the members of the centre who could supervise your research.

Applicants must get the support of academic supervisor and can apply for a URSS bursary to undertake their research project, either in the UK or abroad, for between 6-10 weeks.

Thu 05 Nov 2020, 16:46 | Tags: Award, Undergraduate

2015 International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)

Congratulations to Elizabeth Denny who has received one of the ten fellowships to attend the 2015 International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) at Monash University in Australia.

Monash - Clayton Campus

 

Sat 28 Nov 2015, 13:11 | Tags: Fellowship, Undergraduate

World History Association/Phi Alpha Theta Undergraduate Paper Prize

Congratulations to Emilia Antiglio has won the 2015 World History Association/Phi Alpha Theta Undergraduate Paper Prize with the essay 'The Diffusion of porcelaine des Indes in Eighteenth-Century France: from Lorient to Paris and beyond, 1720-1775'.

World History Association

 

Sat 28 Nov 2015, 12:57 | Tags: Award, Undergraduate