A conference often has a poster session as part of its schedule where colleagues can provide a snapshot of their initiative to a large number of delegates. Posters are an excellent way of communicating the aims and objectives of a project or initiative.  This page brings you an array of posters that have been presented at various conferences around the world that aim to improve aspects of the student experience. If you would like to contribute a poster on the student experience that you have presented at a conference, email the website or Michelle Morgan at michelle.morgan@kingston.ac.uk.

 

How Do Age and Gender Affect University Students’ Experience and Outcomes? Poster by Kayleigh Maker, Adam Pullen and Rebecca Harlow, University of West London. Based on the original thesis of Dr Lucy Solomon. Presented at  the Future of Widening Participation in Higher Education: Revisiting WP Policy and Practice in 2013 Conference, 13 July 2012, University of West London. Available here


To join or not to join?  The effects of student engagement on academic confidence, well-being, connection, peer relations and ease. Poster by Carmel Corcoran; Dr. Catherine Lido, University of West London. Presented at the Future of Widening Participation in Higher Education: Revisiting WP Policy and Practice in 2013 Conference, 13 July 2012, University of West London. Available here


A Qualitative Study of Race, Identity and Educational Achievement The Experiences of Minority Ethnic Women. Poster by Constance Ojong & Dr Anne Mayande, University of West London. Presented at the Future of Widening Participation in Higher Education: Revisiting WP Policy and Practice in 2013 Conference, 13 July 2012, University of West London. Available here