Emily Kostina studied BSc in Biomedical Sciences and graduated with a first-class degree in the summer of 2022. She’s currently undertaking a Master of Research (MRes) in Child Health at UCL. She worked as part of the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF) scheme with Dr Andrew Melbourne (Senior Lecturer in King’s Biomedical Engineering Department) with… More KURF experiences: Emily Kostina on analysing MRI data
In today’s blog, Santiago Sanchez-Pages, a Reader in Economics at King’s reflects the value of KURF in a multidisciplinary setting, that gives students the opportunity to hone skills, experience new things and build their confidence through academic research. Applications for KURF in 2021 are still open, so hurry to apply before the deadline of 18 April!… More Research is a form of freedom: Santiago, Reader in Economics at FoSSPP discusses the KURF programme
Continuing our blog series all about the King’s Undergraduate Research Award, today’s blog is a real treat. Anna and Prokriti, both lecturers in Marketing at King’s Business School, talk about the inclusivity of academic research experience – regardless of what degree or career sector students are planning, KURF is a great way for students of any background build professional skills and experience.… More Not just for budding academics – KURF is great experience for all students! KBS Marketing Academic Faculties, Anna & Prokriti’s Case Study
We’re excited to dive into the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship experience… and our new series “Got Your Eye on KURF?” will feature stories from KURF academics about their projects, what the experience of being (and leading) an Undergraduate Research Fellow is like, and their advice for interested students! First case study of the series is from Victoria from War Studies.… More Got your eye on KURF? War Studies Post-Doc Fellow Victoria talks her project + advice for students!
We have another guest post for you today – this time from Andrew Boynton from the King’s Experience team. Andrew is here to tell you a bit more about the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF) scheme, which seeks applications annually during March. … More What’s KURF and why should I apply for it?