In this edition of the GovBlog Podcast we find out more about ‘Posters in Parliament’, an annual initiative organised by the British Conference of Undergraduate Research that gives students across the country the opportunity to present their research in the Palace of Westminster in London.
We went along to the event on 2 February to speak to the two students representing the LSE, Department of Government of graduates Matthew Pennill and Sophie Donszelmann, who told us about their research and why they got involved. We also spoke to Claire Gordon and Jane Hindle from the LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre who told us about the LSE’s involvement in Posters in Parliament and why it’s so important for undergraduate research.
The LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre aims to enhance taught students’ education and strengthen the impact of teaching and research – visit their website to find out more
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‘Posters in Parliament’ is organised by the British Conference of Undergraduate Research – find out more on the BCUR website
Follow the BCUR on Twitter – @BritCUR