Post-graduate Research Poster Prize
The British Society of Criminology Postgraduate Committee organise a research poster exhibition to be displayed at the annual conference. The winning entry is awarded a prize.
The key criteria are:
- Visual impact and creative use of poster space
- Content – clear indication of the research question/conclusions from data (depending on the stage of the research)
Research topic – originality of the research and contribution to the field.
The winner in 2016 was Sian Lewis, PhD student at Loughborough University who is researching sexual harrasment on the London transport network.
2015 – Ildiko Kanjilal from Middlesex University for her poster ‘Is your accent guilty? The influence of foreign born domestic violence victims’ accent and ethnic background on the credibility of their court testimonies’.
2014 – Joanna Payton for her poster on ‘Honour’ Killings.
2013 – Davina Kiran Patel.
The poster prize is kindly provided by Sage Publishers, in the form of a £75 book voucher.