26 October 2017

Student Research Conference on November 15th at UCR

This year, the Student Research Conference will take place on Wednesday, November 15th, at the University College Roosevelt in Middelburg. Many students of both Dutch and Flemish universities and schools of applied sciences have submitted their bachelor papers, of which a review committee consisting of scientific experts, has selected 59 to be presented. Ten papers submitted by students of Utrecht University have been selected for a workshop- or a poster presentation.
You can find a list of the selected students below.

The review committee’s selection is based on quality, societal relevance and originality. The selected papers are all presented at the SRC and published in the e-journal SURE! This means that participating in the SRC could lead to a publication that will be made accessible to a broad audience, a unique opportunity.

During the SRC, the jury will visit all workshop- and poster presentations. First of all, the jury will select one winner in every category for the main prize of €1.000. The categories are 'Humanities and Law', 'Natural and Biomedical Sciences', ‘Economics and Social Sciences' and 'Applied Sciences'. Secondly, in every category there is an audience award of €750. In every category the student with the best research, the student with the best description of societal impact, the best presenter and the best poster all give a pitch on the societal impact of their research. The public then decides who gave the best pitch and therefore should win the audience award. Finally there is prize of €500 for the best poster presentation.

Selected students of Utrecht University, SRC 2017

Selected for a workshop:

Humanities and Law

  • Ellen ’t Hooft (English Language and Culture):  Language Attitudes Down Under: Attractiveness and Perceived Similarity of English Accents
  • Simon de Jong (Liberal Arts and Sciences): Het verband tussen religie en interetnische solidariteit: een kwalitatieve studie onder orthodox-protestanten
  • Kerrewin van Blanken (UCU, Liberal Arts and Sciences): Historical consciousness and Hanseatic identity in Deventer 1578-1672
     

Economics and Social Sciences

  • Fleur Vissers (Pedagogical Sciences): The Relation between Adolescent Depressive Symptoms and Adolescents’ Perceived Attachment to Father and Mother over a Two-Year Period
  • Suzanne van Hoogstraten, Maaike van der Veen en Kim Severien (Educational Sciences): Een Positieve Kijk op Emoties van Docenten in het Voortgezet Onderwijs: Een Onderzoek naar de Emotieregulatie, de Docent-Leerling Relatie en de Mate van Bevlogenheid
  • Hang Dang: (Economics and Business Economics): Are openness to trade and regional integration good for the environment? Evidence from ASEAN+3 region
  • Hugo Hanema (Psychology): Instrumental variables in psychology
     

Natural and Biomedical Sciences

  • Joren Harms (Physics and astronomy): Dynamics of skyrmions and vortices in antiferromagnets

Selected for a poster:

Economics and Social Sciences

  • Jip Lensink (Cultural Anthropology and Developmental Sociology): The Sound of Semana Santa: The Meaning of Music for the Religious Experience of Participants of the Processions during Semana Santa in Antigua, Guatemala
  • Nils van de Ven (Psychology): About Time: When Times Are Missing. Management of Missing Data in Discrete-Time Survival Analyses