Keele Conference of Undergraduate Research
The Keele Conference of Undergraduate Research (KCUR) previously known as the JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference (JSLUG) is an annual event arranged by the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) for undergraduate students to showcase their research.
KCUR'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 KCUR 2021
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, KCUR 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 and narrated presentations (video format) from some of our KCUR 2021 cohort.
Violence as a Symptom of Rootlessness: The Relationship Between Youth and Parent Culture in Gautam Malkani's Londonstani
How does conscious versus unconsciously perpetrated ethnicity-based discrimination affect the health and wellbeing, and academic motivation of minority group members?
Can telemonitoring use in heart failure patients lead to effective self-care?
Humanising the Inhuman: Considering the Anthropomorphism of Artificial Intelligence in Post-2010 Science Fiction Media
How Barry Jenkins film 'Moonlight' (2016) subverts the stereotype that black people cannot swim and reunites the image of the black body with water