The Doctoral Research Forum
Coordinator - Associate Professor Salah Troudi. GSE, CSSIS. University of Exeter
- The learning and educational purpose of the Doctoral Research Forum (DRF) is to provide doctoral students with a participatory opportunity to practise their research presentation skills, debate issues in different educational and academic disciplines and take part in a wider learning community. The forum aims to bring in students and academics from all university departments and programmes.
- The forum aims to meet about 6 times per academic year. Sessions are held at the Graduate School of Education
- Contributors to the Doctoral Research Forum can add their presentations to their C.V.s.
- Research presentations are a step towards academic publication. See example publications from EdD Tesol students.
- Presenters will receive presentation certificates.
All research students who have collected and analysed their data are welcome to present their research at the DRF.
Please send a short abstract and a bio to Associate Professor Salah Troudi.
The University of Exeter Doctoral College stimulates, supports and sustains a vibrant research and intellectual environment across and between disciplines for postgraduate and early career researchers. Focusing on investment and development in training, resources and facilities, the Doctoral College provides an outstanding quality experience for those in the early stages of their research careers.