Postgraduate Community at Keele Hall

With visiting fellows and collaborators from across the world, the Institute mobilises a lively research community and enriches the cultural and academic environment for all postgraduates at Keele, bringing together researchers across Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences.  In this way it is a home for interdisciplinary research at Keele and getting involved in the Institute activities extends and enriches the cultural and academic environment for all postgraduates.

Working with the Keele Postgraduate Association (KPA), the Institute’s Annual Postgraduate Conference and the Three Minute Thesis Competition are great opportunities for postgraduates to communicate the relevance of their work to a lay audience.

The architecturally inspiring space of Keele Hall is a fantastic location for the Institute’s engaging events programme, including lectures, research workshops, seminars and conferences. Together these offer spaces and places for meeting and working with researchers from across the disciplines.

ILAS is a great place to make new connections, gain fresh perspectives and start thinking a little bit differently.

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Keele Postgraduate Association

Keele Postgraduate Association

  • The KPA provides representation and support for all postgraduate students at Keele, represented by the KPA’s full-time and part-time elected officers on a number of University committees, including the University Senate, Council and Research Committee.
Events

Events

  • We offer a stimulating programme, including the prestigious Grand Challenges Lecture Series, with eminent speakers on today’s urgent questions, plus research workshops and seminars, for meeting and working with postgraduates and academics from across the disciplines.
Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference

Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference

  • The ILAS Postgraduate Conference is a great opportunity to see the range of research being carried out across the university, engage peers in your research and experiment with communicating your ideas in ways that can appreciated by lay audiences. Read more about the 2019 conference.
  • Have a look at the Love my Thesis videos made by some of our presenters in previous years. Look out for the Keele Three Minute Thesis competition; here students are invited to share their thesis in an engaging way in just three minutes with just one slide and no special effects. Read more about the competition and last years finalists here.
Social spaces at the Institute

Social spaces at the Institute