The British Conference for Undergraduate Research
The British Conference for Undergraduate Research is an annual conference focussed on promoting the diverse forms of research engaged in by undergraduate students from across the UK. The BCUR is an established platform for undergraduate students to present their research as conference papers, poster presentations, workshops or performances.
Newcastle College University Centre actively encourages students to engage with BCUR, providing support for developing abstracts and proposals for research papers, the planning and development of conference presentations, as well as financial support for attending the conference.
Examples of previous students who have presented at BCUR:
- Andressa Accioly – The Communication Power of Social Media Lifestyles
- Raphael Adeniyi – Motivation and Productivity (Direct Proportionality)
- Mark Steel – A Study of Consumerism, Attachment and Addiction
- Molly McClen – Are Adults with Severe to Profound Learning Disabilities Disadvantaged Due to the Lack of Recreational Resources Available Within the North East of England?
- Shakil Mashud – Different Scouting Opinions in Elite Football UK vs USA
- Mamuna Ashraf – The Significance of Science Technicians in the Classroom
- Hannah Stuart – An Investigation into Professional and Amateur Physiotherapists Perceptions of the Current Concussion Guidelines in the English Rugby Union