The University of Leicester Annual Research Photograph Competition

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The Graduate School is happy to announce the winners of this year's PhDepictions. 

In another close competition featuring 21 participants, two clear winners emerged: Runner-up Riya George (School of Psychology) for her photograph "Seeing the person behind the patient" and Winner Robert Ott (School of Management) for his photograph "The Callus".  

Winning Photograph: The Callus by Robert Ott

Winning Photograph: The Callus by Robert Ott 

PhDepictions is a photography competition for University of Leicester research students. Hosted by the Graduate School for the first time in 2014, the competition requires entrants to create an image that communicates their research, their findings, and their passion for their subject.

For the University PhDepictions is another way in which we can share the breadth and quality of research being undertaken by our postgraduates; for those research students who take part, it is an opportunity to think about their research in a new way and to further develop their ability to communicate their work and findings with a range of audiences.

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PhDepictions on display at the 2016 Festival of Postgraduate Research


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