#PGresearchspace: And the winner is…

We’re delighted to announce that the winner of our #PGresearchspace competition is Allyson Keehan. Congratulations Allyson! It seems that Allyson’s motivational Post-It message resonated with both the blogger team and UofG PGRs too! We hope that Allyson enjoys her voucher, and some smaller prizes are winging their way to Bryony, Dawn and Demelza for their fantastic entries too.

Post-it on laptop "you are not going home until you've written 500 words"
Image © Allyson Keenan

Thank you to everyone who took part in the competition. We loved having the opportunity to take a peek into UofG PGRs’ work environments. It was amazing to see where and how you are conducting your research-not to mention your research companions and kits too. We’re still suffering from a serious case of stationery envy!

Although this competition may be over, please keep posting images of your research environments using the #PGresearchspace hashtag.

We have plenty of ideas for future competitions too, so keep your eyes peeled on the blog and Twitter.

 

 

Post Author: Cia Jackson

Cia (@miss_ciakate) is a PhD Candidate Comparative Literature & English Literature researching gendered power and fandom DC's Batgirl and Harley Quinn comics. She also works as an RSIO PGR Office Intern, and a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Comparative Literature.

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