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Undergraduates present at British Conference

Undergraduates present at British Conference
Five members of our Project Management community recently presented papers at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research.

All are currently part of the Project Control Foundation Scheme (PCFS) and gave ten minute talks on the research they have been doing on their final year dissertations.

Emma Waterhouse said: “We were asked plenty of questions and insightful discussions were raised at the end of each presentation by the attendees. This will help us further strengthen our projects as the hand-in date approaches! It was a great opportunity not only to gain experience of presenting externally, but also to receive such positive feedback from those whom we presented to.”

The subjects presented by our team were:

  • Jenna Cooke: A Grounded Theory approach to investigating the role of Relationships and Processes within Project Management
  • Lucy Walton: Sustaining Effective Teams throughout the Project Lifecycle
  • Emma Waterhouse: The Value of Academic Qualifications in Building a Project Management Career
  • Grant Gallacher: Does Earned Value Management Add Value to Project Management?
  • Susie Kentell: Project Management and Art: The secret to artistic integrity in a commercial age?

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research promotes undergraduate research in all disciplines and was attended by over 200 delegates from 57 universities.

The Conference meets annually every Spring an a different British university and Undergraduates, of all levels, are invited to submit papers, posters, workshops and performances to the Conference. Abstracts are peer-reviewed and those accepted were invited to attend the conference.