Global Winners 2017

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Overall Winners

Martha Andrews

University of Dundee

Architecture & Design

Headspace: Creating a Happier Hospital

Eden Gelgoot

Queen’s University

Art History & Theory

The role of the UNESCO World Heritage List in the commemoration of World War II

Robert Sarich

Australian National University


Solving social problems with social marketing – Using a process-driven approach to develop a solution to Australia’s blood shortage

Phillip Karpati

University of Sydney

Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Selenium-Mediated Peptide Ligations at Proline-Proline Junctions

Melanie Hechenberger

Monash University

Classical Studies & Archaeology

The Origin of Writing in Egypt: Administrative or Ceremonial?

Dinh Luan Nguyen

University of Science, VNU-HCM

Computer Sciences

Deep Convolutional Neural Network in Deformable Part Models for Face Detection

Bridget Murphy

Western University

Earth & Environmental Sciences

Future Climate Conditions Alter Leaf Thermotolerance in Canadian Boreal Trees

Daniel Cueva

University of Birmingham


An Econometric Analysis of the Fundamental Determinants of Economic Development in Latin America

Farhana Choudhury

University of Manchester


A discussion of literacy as a vehicle which enables women from urban Afghanistan and rural Nepal to overcome societal challenges and participate in society

Amber Tan

Nanyang Technological University


Investigating the Effects of Toothed Edges and Large Openings on the Seismic Behaviour of Confined Masonry Walls

Lauren Killingsworth

Stanford University


Mapping Public Health in Nineteenth-Century Oxford

Alexandra Brito

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Language & Linguistics

Effects of Language Immersion versus Classroom Exposure on Advanced French Learners: An ERP Study

Kathy Liu

Australian National University


Moral Emotions and Restorative Justice: A Legal-Psychological Analysis of the Role of Shame and Guilt in the Restorative Justice Process in Offender Rehabilitation

Jamie Sugrue

Trinity College Dublin

Life Sciences

NLRP3 inflammasome activation alters the metabolic profile of macrophages.

Noah Fields

Brown University


Men Reading Jane Austen: Close Writing Across Gender Scripts

Lim Zhen Jie Jeremy

Nanyang Technological University

Mathematics & Physics

Relativistic Attosecond Electron Pulse Train Production for Ultrafast Electron Imaging

Clara Nwe Nwe Linn Oo

Nanyang Technological University

Medical Sciences

Bone marrow on-a-chip for one-step recruitment and expansion of leukaemia stem cells

Conor Brennan

Trinity College Dublin

Music, Film & Theatre

"All those who no longer are are there": Between what lasts and what is lost in the passing on of 'The Last Witnesses'

Amy Lewis

Western University

Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Healthcare

Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Initiatives for Inuit Youth in Canada

Tadgh Healy

Trinity College Dublin


A Place for Forgiveness in Reconciliation

Tushar Bhargava

Brown University

Politics & International Relations

Partners in Crime: Telecommunication Companies and Intelligence Agencies

Jordan Tilda Skrynka

University of Dundee


Hungry and Impulsive: Does blood glucose predict impulsivity for future rewards in a fasted state?

Alex Longson

University of St Andrews

Social Sciences: Anthropology & Cultural Studies

Cinematic representations of Scottish national identity: 
Sunshine on Leith (2013), a case study

Sarah McKenna

Queen’s University Belfast

Social Sciences: Sociology & Social Policy

˜A Shifting Lens": How intersectionality facilitates an understanding of the dynamics and structures of inequality in contemporary society.

Vivienne Molloy

National College of Art and Design

Visual Arts

Mourning the Bees

Programme Winners

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