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Opportunities

Conference Bursary Scheme

The DARTP committee are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of bursaries to attend the 2019 conference. These are open to any PhD student or early career academic (within three years of completing your PhD).

 

Bursaries are set at £150 and intended to cover your registration fees, travel and any other expenses.  In order to apply for a bursary you must:

  • Be a registered PhD student or within three years of completing your PhD.
  • Have submitted an abstract to give a presentation at the DARTP Conference.
  • Following the conference, the applicant must submit a written report of their presentation for publication in the Psychology Teaching Review, journal of the DARTP.

The only way to apply for a bursary is by using link for the online form below:

 

https://response.questback.com/britishpsychologicalsociety/dartpconferencebursary2019

 

No other form of application will be accepted. The deadline to submit a bursary application is 23:59 31st March 2019.

 

Poster Prizes

 

DARTP Committee AwardThis will be awarded to the best poster as judged by a panel comprising DARTP committee members

 

Content crietria:

  • Theoretical/practical significance of research question/area
  • Sophistication/innovation of methods
  • Implication/meaning of results or conceptual analysis

Presentation criteria:

  • Visual appeal
  • Balance between text and graphics (not just a paper written up on a poster)
  • Research question(s) and method easily identifiable
  • Quality of results display
  • Clarity of verbal presentation, timing

There will also be a 'Delegates Choice' poster prize where delegates will vote for their favourite poster at the conference.

 

Presentation Prizes

 

Early Career AwardThis award will recognise the best presentation by an early career practitioner (within first five years of practice), as judged by the DARTP committee

 

Most Impactful Teaching AwardThis award will recognise the presentation which demonstrates the most impactful teaching practice, as judged by the DARTP committee

 

Content criteria:

  • Theoretical/practical significance of research question/area
  • Sophistication/innovation of methods
  • Implication/meaning of results or conceptual analysis

Presentation crieria:

  • Clarity of presentation, timing and overall organisation
  • Use of visual aids to help understanding
  • Audibility, eye-contact and presentation style

 

 

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