Our fifteenth event, the first of 2017, 8th February 7:00pm in The Black Sheep’s basement, with three more PhD students presenting their research in 10 minutes:
Hazel O’Brien is final year PhD student studying by distance learning with the University of Exeter. Her research is about how Mormons in Ireland create and maintain their religious identities, focusing on the ways in which they negotiate insider-outsider boundaries in everyday life.
Robert Egan is a PhD candidate in the school of nursing and human sciences in DCU. He is exploring how commuter cyclists deal with matters of responsibility in Dublin, such as managing perceived responsibilities for oneself and for others. Using a grounded theory methodology, he is approaching the subject from the point of view of moral philosophy. At present, he is at the early stages of his research, so, he will be discussing the methodology of grounded theory and the products of his analysis so far.
Sai Pavan Rajesh Sharma Valluru is an Early Stage Researcher in DCU, studying Micro-Electro-
If you are interested in taking part in future events as a speaker, which usually take place on the first Wednesday of the month, please contact us!