Following on from the academic applications of the Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA), the application review panel have selected the following projects to recruit a student to.
All student job vacancies are live on MyCareerHub, all BU staff and students have access to this system. These vacancies are currently in the recruitment stage to recruit a student.
Alison McConnell – Cardiorespiratory Physiology Research Assistant
Amanda Korstjens – Researcher and assistant on the LEAP (Landscape Ecology and Primatology) conservation project
Ann Luce – Research Assistant: Research on the impact that the media can have on intervention in early childbirth and labour
Anna Feigenbaum – Research Assistant: Social Media, Policing and Human Rights
Caroline Jackson – Creativity & Events Undergraduate Research Assistant
Carrie Hodges – ‘Using Participatory Methods to Empower Disabled Young People’ UG Research Assistant
Christos Gatzidis – Game Developer (Programming / Art)
Constantine Panourgia – A pilot effectiveness study of the Incredible Years Parent Programme. UndergraduateResearch Assistant
Daniel Jackson – EU Referendum Analysis: media, voters and the campaign
David John – 3D developer: Reconstruction of Roman Farmhouse Undergraduate Research Assistant
Feng Tian – Creating a Virtual and Interactive Environment for the Event Planning
Ian Stephenson – Web Developer
Isabella Rega – A Study on Informal Learning and Slum Tourism in India using User Generated Contents
James Gavin – Gait, Balance and Mobility Throughout the Lifespan: The ORI Biomechanics Database
Katherine Appleton – Testing a novel mobile phone app for increasing fruit and vegetable consumption
Mark Readman – Digital Outreach Research Assistant
Michael O’Regan – Chinese Tourists Abroad and the CNTA Etiquette Guide Book
Miguel Moital – Undergraduate Research Assistant: Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) in events as a marketing tool
Nicola Gregory – Social cognition in autism and borderline personality disorder
Shamal Faily – CAIRIS Research Assistant
Viachaslau Filimonau – Food waste management in the UK grocery retail sector
Please do share any relevant URA positions to your students where applicable.
Pending further funding, the URA scheme is set to continue into 2016/17. Should funding be awarded, the next call for academic applications will be in Autumn 2016. Please do look out for further communications on this on the BU research blog.
Further information on the URA scheme can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Clarke, KE Adviser (KTP) on 01202 961347 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org