As some of you may already know, we invite staff from the Applied Research Centre in Health & Lifestyle Interventions to visit our Professional Practice class each year to pitch research opportunities to MSc dissertation students. This is really a two way process, in which students can suggest their own project ideas and try matching up with a supervisor, rather than simply slotting in to existing studies. Staff from within the core health psychology teaching team will also have research opportunities available. All students with a project supervisor from the research centre also have a second supervisor from within the core teaching team. This is to ensure continuity and provide consistency of advice and assessment.
This year’s Pageant/Dragon’s Den will be Thursday 17th October 3.30-5.30 pm. Room and cast to be confirmed. No tears anticipated. Business dress optional 🙂