Doctoral Colloquium Presentations
Doctoral students who will be presenting papers at 9.30am will be allocated a mentor for the roundtable at 11.30am and the allocation will be available in conference packs. There will be approximately 4-5 students assigned to each mentor. The primary purpose of the mentoring session is to give additional time to students who presented papers to discuss research issues such as methodology with a mentor. Student delegates who are not presenting papers can attend all aspects of the Colloquium but at the Roundtable event, mentors will prioritise those who presented papers to receive guidance.
If you have any queries, please e-mail the Doctoral Colloquium chair
Dr. Jonathan Lavelle