Amanda Borg participated on the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF) in 2015, during which she prepared four reflective posters that summarised the highlights and learning of her experience on the KURF, which were then submitted to the King’s Experience Research Award (KERA).
King’s College London is a research-led and student-centred university. The calibre of our research and teaching is among the very best in the world. It is our belief that our students should be involved in the cutting-edge research that makes King’s the university that it is today. King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowships gives undergraduate students the unique… More King’s Experience Research Award Ceremony 2016
Natasha Jarman prepared a critical reflection to show both her academic and personal improvements by undertaking the King’s Research Undergraduate Fellowship (KURF) with Dr Sanz’s Group in the Department of Chemistry at King’s College London. She explains how different skills and knowledge she aquired throughout the fellowship are useful for her future academic and professional life. The results… More KERA submission: Structural Characterization of Limonene Oxide and Dihydrocarveol using Broadband Rotational Spectroscopy
During the months of June and July, I participated in an 8-week long research project titled “Deaths and Disappearances in Pinochet’s Chile” jointly run by Dr. John Meadowcroft and Dr. David Skarbek, two professors from the Department of Political Economy. Focusing on a 1,100 page-long report (the Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and… More KERA prize winner: Violence, Deaths and Disappearences under Pinochet’s Chile
KCL 3rd-year History student, Callum Petty, worked with Professor Jack Spence in the War Studies department during the summer of 2014. Here is his research report: ‘South Africa: Just another country?’.… More Research: ‘South Africa: Just another country?’