Middlesex University Dubai held its 7th Annual Student Research Symposium (SRS) on 18 November 2018 at its Knowledge Park campus. The SRS was an excellent display of our students’ research acumen and their passion for furthering their knowledge of their respective disciplines. It was also a great opportunity for past and current students to network while they showcased their projects to faculty, peers, friends and family. Our colleagues from Middlesex University Dubai London, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Andrea D’Laska, and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean Anna Kyprianou, spoke highly of the event and emphasised the high quality of research.
Sumaya Nair (International Politics)
‘Understanding cultural identity: A study of second-generation Indian Migrants in the UAE’, supervised by Dr Cody Paris and Mahine Ahmad.
Meike Schulte (MBA)
‘An empirical study of supply chain transparency and ethical consumerism in the diamond industry through a paradigm-based approach’, supervised by Dr Cody Paris.
Petrina Syrmou (Corporate and Marketing Communications)
‘Measuring the effect of blue flag beaches on tourism and beach choice: A study comparison between Dubai (UAE) and the Cyclades Islands in Greece’, supervised by Dr Cody Paris.
Congratulations to all of the winners and their supervisors.
The Student Research Symposium is organised annually by the Student Research Committee, comprising Dr Fehmida Hussain, Dr Anita Kashi, Dr Daphne Demetriou and Dr Lynda Hyland.