Norwich Business School runs an annual Doctoral Colloquium for its PGR students. The series started in 2004, and provides an indispensible opportunity for NBS Postgraduate Research students to present their work to a panel of experienced researchers and practitioners.
Our 2019 16th PGR Colloquium took place on the 18-19th November 2019, at the Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC). The theme of the Colloquium was "Academia and Wellbeing: A PGR Perspective".
People's Award for Best Presentation went to
Abdulkarim Alsulami and Samar Aldosari (Joint Winners)
People's Award for BestThree Minute presentation went to Kholod Alsahali
Our PGR Colloquium took place on the 12-13 November 2018, at the Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC). The theme of this years Colloquium was Building your Network. The two day event ended with a Gala Colloquium Dinner at The Library Restaurant in Norwich.
Our PGR Colloquium took place on the 13-14 November 2017, at the Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC). The theme of this years Colloquium was Building your Network.Three former alumni were invited to take part in a panel discussion on the PGR journey. The two day event ended with a Gala Colloquium Dinner at The Library Restaurant in Norwich.
Best poster: Nadia Koerniawan
Best paper: Rajeswari Devadass
Best presentation: Hai Anh Nguyen Tran
The 13th Doctoral Colloquium took place 17-18 October 2016 at NBS. The theme of this Colloquium was Research and Impact.
Best poster: Zhiteng Feng
Best paper: Yimeng Li
Best presentation: George Redhead
The 12th Doctoral Colloquium of Norwich Business School was a joint Colloquium with Kent Business School and Essex Business School. The theme of this joint Colloquium was The unwritten rules of research: tricks of the trade from within academia.
Best poster: Norhafizah Hasan (Kent)
Best paper: Christos Argyropoulos (Kent)
Best presentation: Helen Fitzhugh (UEA)