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Fifth Annual Student Research Symposium a Success

13/11/2016

The 5th Annual Student Research Symposium was held on Sunday November 13th in the LGS, Block 4. This annual event provides undergraduate and postgraduate students a forum to share their research findings with an audience of their peers, university staff, and family members. Each presenter discussed their work with the audience, expertly answering questions, and the displayed posters were of very high quality. All presenters were give participation certificates in recognition of the quality of their research, and ‘Best Poster’ awards were given to the top undergraduate and postgraduate presentations based on feedback from the judging panels.

The two undergraduate winners were

  • Ruby Shaniah Oayda, supervised by Tenia Kyriazi

    “The European Court of Human Rights: Bans on the wearing of religious attire in schools, the workplace and the public sphere”

  • Isabel Giannina Feldbauer, supervised by Cody Paris

“Investigating tourist’s perceptions, attitudes and behaviour towards sustainable development and preservation of the World Heritage Site: The Historic Centre of Rome”

The postgraduate award went to:

  • Teneille Saayman, supervised by Muneeza Shoaib

“The impact of celebrity scandals on brand image. The rise and fall of sports hero Lance Armstrong: A theoretical and empirical investigation”

 

Participants in the 5th Annual Student Research Symposium

 

Student

Programme

Supervisor

Title

Lakshmi Nair

MBA (Business Excellence)

Mohammad Meraj

Work-life Integration and ‘Leaveism’ - a study of workplace practices in business excellence award winning organisations in the UAE

Khizar Jave Khattak

MA Marketing Communications

Cody Paris

Effects of Political Campaign advertisements on the destination brand of the USA: A look at Obama and Trump

Teneille Saayman

MA Marketing Communications

Muneeza Shoaib

The impact of celebrity scandals on brand image. The rise and fall of sports hero Lance Armstrong: A theoretical and empirical investigation

 

 

 

 

Anna Soboleva

Journalism and Communication Studies

Eve Stubbs

The Differences in Representing Gender and Sexuality in Cosmopolitan Magazine in Various Cultures

Aysha Siddiqua and Ruth Jacob

Psychology

Anita Kashi

“Alhamdulillah, we are still having our culture”: A qualitative study among Emiratis in Dubai

Anna Maria Wojcieszek

Psychology

Lynda Hyland

Social media overuse: From gratifications to “addiction”. An exploration using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

Alia Mohamed Wasfi El-Abiary

LLB

Tenia Kyriazi

Assisted suicide and Voluntary Euthanasia in the UK courts and the European Court of Human Rights

Ruby Shaniah Oayda

LLB

Tenia Kyriazi

The European Court of Human Rights: Bans on the wearing of religious attire in schools, the workplace and the public sphere

Rachel Bianca Simmons

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

Generation Y’s tourist gaze on Rome’s cultural destination image

Ujala Tariq

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

Destination image differences between first-time and return-visitors to Rome

Hamna Ashraf

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

An analysis of the ‘pull factors’, used by restaurants, as a motivational factor amongst the urban tourists to try Italian Cuisine

Isabel Giannina Feldbauer

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

Investigating tourist’s perceptions, attitudes and behaviour towards sustainable development and preservation of the World Heritage Site: The Historic Centre of Rome

Cezalyn Gomba

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

Brand Management of Dubai with relation to Dubai Expo 2020, and the Perception of Tourists towards both

Aysha Haniya Hashim

International Tourism Management

Cody Paris

The Popularity For Authentic Local Culinary in building Rome’s Destination Image

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