Annual SEED PGR Conference

at , Manchester, M13 9PL United Kingdom

Annual PGR Conference brings together researchers from Architecture, Geography, Planning, IDPM & MIE in the School of Environment,Education & Development


Annual SEED PGR Conference

Manchester M13 9PL
United Kingdom
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All the students across the SEED are invited to participate in the photo competition. The photographs are expected to feature a place, object or activity of importance to you as a researcher. The photographs must comply with the university regulations and should be sent to pgrconferenceseed@manchester.ac.uk no later than 15th April 2015.

Published on 2015-02-23 11:18:29 GMT

First year students are invited to present a poster. There will be Graphic Design Workshops from 2-6 March, 10.00am-11.30am at Level 2 Humanities Bridgeford Street to help the students to prepare the poster. Please email pgrconferenceseed@manchester.ac.uk to attend the Graphic Support Workshop, by 23rd February 2015. Students who wish to present their posters are expected to bring their posters directly to the conference. There is no need to submit an abstract in advance for poster presentation.

Published on 2015-02-23 11:18:11 GMT

Sounding the call for abstracts to all SEED PGR students! PGR students from Architecture, Geography, Planning and IDPM in the 2nd and 3rd year are required to present once. Although it is optional for MIE, students are advised to present at least once during their studies. Abstracts up to 300 words should be complemented with a title, name, discipline and at least three keywords. The abstracts should be sent to pgrconferenceseed@manchester.ac.uk with the subject ‘Conference Abstract’ no later than 15th April 2015. Please save your file with your ‘Full Name-Abstract’.

Published on 2015-02-23 11:17:00 GMT

The Annual SEED PGR conference is back for 2015! Scheduled for Monday, May 18 2015, this year's conference theme is: Making Social Impact!