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School for Cross-faculty Studies students to present at ICUR 2020

The International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) is an annual academic conference, led and sponsored by the University of Warwick and Monash University, connecting student researchers globally using video conferencing technology.

ICUR encourages students to rethink their own work in an international and interdisciplinary context. As a forum, it requires presenters to consider the perspective of students from different backgrounds. This challenge also translates to research questions, encouraging students to examine global and regional trends in their research field, and how these might conflict with local concerns and disciplinary specificities

This year, the forum will take place on the 29-30 September and will be modified to accommodate current pandemic restrictions. Both audience and presenters will join the conference virtually through the new ICUR App.

A number of students from the School for Cross-faculty Studies will be presenting their research at ICUR next week:

Tuesday 29 September 2020

9-10 am

Alice Vodden

GSD and Business Studies alumna

"The drivers of overdiagnosis within modern healthcare systems" - An interdisciplinary analysis using the meta-narrative review method 

12:30-1:30 pm

Agnes Lidbrink Ekman

Single honours GSD alumna

Sex Education and Sustainable Development - Investigating the role of the University of Warwick in spreading Comprehensive Sex Education to its students and consequent implications for SDG 3 and 5 

1:30-2:30 pm

Jonathan Karl

GSD and Business Studies alumnus

Locating the Poor - An investigation of the potential of remote poverty sensing in light of the contemporary multidimensional poverty framework 

4-5 pm

Aigerim Kossymova
Final year Economic Studies and GSD student

Reviving a sea. Ecology and society 

5-6 pm 

Hannah Davenport

Liberal Arts alumna

The Production of Transnational Identities within the Student Diaspora of International Higher Education

5-6 pm 

Celine Nithila-George

Final year Liberal Arts student

Urban Smarts Across Disciplines - A case study on interdisciplinary student engagement by the CERC (Canada Excellence Research Chair in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Communities and Cities) Next Generation Cities team at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

5-6 pm

Lucy Page

Politics, International Studies and GSD alumna

"Leaving No One Behind": An Inclusive Study into the Engagement of Persons with Learning Disabilities in Education for Sustainable Development 
Wednesday 30 September 2020

9-10 am 

Virág Bélavári

Liberal Arts alumna

Re-thinking Postcolonial Tanzanian Education on the Classrooms Level

11 am - 12 pm

Ellie Church

Economic Studies and GSD alumna

Citizens of our City: Inspiring community engagement with urban placemaking for context specific wellbeing outcomes: insights from a National Park City 

1:30-2:30 pm

Thea Graham-Cooper

Second year Liberal Arts student

The Curse of Eve and Sexism in Science: Examining the Emancipatory Potential of Artificial Wombs.

We encourage both staff and students to support our students presenting their research on the day. In particular, we hope that our students will enjoy the interesting and varied discussions, and be inspired to take part in the conference next year.

We wish our students presenting their research next week the best of luck!