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Research Poster Exhibition: LSE undergraduates fight the five giants

Hosted by the Academic and Professional Development

LSE LIFE Workspace 4 (LRB Ground)

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See LSE undergraduate students tackling the ‘five giants’ at our afternoon research reception.

Last November, volunteer students were placed in teams with strangers from different programmes and years. Each group had to generate an original research idea related to one of Beveridge’s ‘five giants’.

With the support of their supervisors, the groups have progressed through every step of a small-scale research project.

Students will present their research journeys through posters at this free event.

Light refreshments provided.

This project has been part of LSE GROUPS – recruitment for summer term GROUPS is currently open.

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