Support student research


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Support three students in their research projects by answering short surveys and be in with the chance of winning a £10 Tower Bar voucher. 

 

Alliza, Bradley and Evelyn have conducted studies into different segments of the student demographic to help improve the student experience for everyone. Check out their surveys here and get involved to win: 

  • Alliza is a 2nd Year Psychology student investigating the difference in sports/societies engagement between home students and international students. To take part in this study, please click here.
  • Bradley is currently studying his PhD in Social Sciences. He is specifically analysing how Postgraduate Research students want to be engaged with the University and the Students' Union, as well as which issues these students face in their time at University. This study is only open to Postgraduate Research students. If you would like to get involved, please click here.
  • Evelyn is a 3rd Year Sociology student researching how having a part-time job affects students' social and academic engagement at university. The survey aims to help improve the support offered to these students. If you have a part-time job, head to Evelyn's study here.

Please note that the data collected from the surveys will only be used for the purpose of this research and any responses you give will remain confidential and anonymous. If you have any questions about the scheme or surveys, please contact [email protected]


The Student Researcher scheme takes place every year. It gives five students the opportunity to conduct research into Student Engagement at Lincoln to provide insight into different demographics and help shape the student experience. Researchers are able to choose their own research question and methodology and their projects come together to create an overarching report with the potential to make change across the university. Researchers receive an honorarium for their hard work. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, find out more here