Posters in Parliament is an excellent annual opportunity to showcase the research of LSE undergraduates and to celebrate British undergraduate research in general.
Posters in Parliament 2020
Each participating UK university nominates two participants to exhibit their undergraduate research in the exhibition. Posters must exhibit work that has been conducted during an undergraduate programme, either from current students or recent graduates.
Along with the opportunity to present work in Westminster, the top three posters, as selected by a judging panel, receive a monetary award to be put towards furthering the research or researcher’s career. The judging panel take into account both the rigour of the research and the quality of the poster’s presentation.
The date of the latest Posters in Parliament 2020 exhibition was Wednesday 11 March 2020.
Our undergraduate entrants were selected by an Eden Centre panel - they were:
Devi Rughani (Department of Economic History)
Urban Mortality Penalty: Pollution in Paris 1880 -1910. A spatial and temporal investigation on the impact of industrial coal pollution on respiratory-related deaths.
Jintao Zhu (Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method)
The Modern Totem-The Status of National Animals in Modern Nations
We are pleased to announce that the latter poster by Jintao was placed as one of two runners-up in the 2020 exhibition! Congratulations to Jintao.
Posters in Parliament 2019
The Posters in Parliament 2019 exhibition took place in Westminster on Thursday 7 March 2019, in the Attlee Room of Portcullis House on the Parliamentary Estate.
Applications for LSE entrants were collected during Michaelmas Term 2018. Our finalists were selected by a LSE panel in mid-December.
Below are the LSE undergraduate entrants for 2019 - Menna Bishop from the Department of Social Policy and Robbie Wong from the Department of Government. Download pdfs (left poster/right poster) for more detail! Large copies of the posters will also be on display in the ground floor lobby of 20 Kingsway until March 2020.
For more details, visit the BCUR website.
Those students interested in Posters in Parliament may also wish to consider LSE GROUPS.