- — Charlene Crossley (@Charrrr_xx)Tue, Jul 05 2016 13:33:17
- A free breakfast for postgraduates kick started #BSCconf16, introducing the new postgraduate committee headed by PG Chair Claire Davis.
- — Nicola Ann (@NicolaAHarding)Wed, Jul 06 2016 08:35:20#BSCConf16 begins today!! @Charrrr_xx & @jaynelprice are presenting today see what else PGRs will be doing https://bscpostgrads.wordpress.com/2016/07/06/bsc-conference-2016-inequalities-in-a-diverse-world/ … @BSCPG1
- — BSCPGCommunity (@BSCPG1)Wed, Jul 06 2016 09:50:16Breakfast done! Exciting start from @PSqCriminology #BSCConf16 https://twitter.com/britsoccrim/status/750625444442112000 …
- Postgraduates took to twitter to share their poster contributions to the conference. A wide variety of colourful posters, topics and interests. Really showcasing the talent that postgraduate criminology students have from around the globe!
- Claire and Sarah arranged three excellent workshops for postgraduate students, covering networking, getting published, and building your academic CV, amongst others.
- — Claire Davis (@ClaireDavisPHD)Wed, Jul 06 2016 12:23:09
- — Jessica Eaton (@Jessicae13Eaton)Wed, Jul 06 2016 11:46:13
- Excitement for the main conference grew, and BSC even got a mention on the radio!
- As the postgraduate plenary began, BSC president Peter Squires asks 'What is criminology for?'
- — Marisa Silvestri (@silvesmarisa)Wed, Jul 06 2016 09:44:37
- — Dr James Treadwell (@James_Treadwell)Wed, Jul 06 2016 09:51:15Peter Squires on fall in crime and rise in cybercrime as contradiction (I wrote about this) to #BSCConf16 postgraduate students is spot on.
#BSCconf16 Postgraduate round up
A selection of the social media reaction, by postgraduate students, to the British Society of Criminology conference 2016 'inequalities in a diverse world' held in Nottingham 6-8th July 2016.
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