JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference
The JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference (JSLUG), jointly arranged by the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences (ILAS) and the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE), is an annual event designed for undergraduate students to showcase their research.
Now in its fifth year, JSLUG's mission is to provide a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to gain first-hand experience of presenting at an academic conference. Students can submit abstracts for a 20-minute oral presentation, a 5-minute lightning talk or a poster presentation.
A virtual JSLUG 2020
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, JSLUG couldn't take place in its usual format. However, we still wanted to celebrate the hard work put in by our students and staff, and so we've brought some of the conference online, as a lasting legacy and celebration of the work of our talented Keele students.
On these pages you'll find abstracts, narrated presentations (video format) and posters from some of our JSLUG 2020 cohort.
Some of our presenters who were accepted for JSLUG 2020 will be presenting at JSLUG 2021 instead - we hope to see you there next year!
The effect of sensory stimulation combined with mirror box therapy on fine dexterity of the hand: Mobilisation and Tactile Stimulation (MTS)
Using CRISPR/CAS9 to investigate the relationship between genes and human disease.
Trolling and Endorsement of Lying in relation to the Dark Triad on Dating Sites