November 10, 2023

Winners of the HECA Student Research Awards 2023 #HRSA

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The HECA Board, the HECA Research Committee and the Judging Panel of the HSRA Digital Poster would like to thank all student entries to the 2023 HECA Student Research Awards. The diversity of disciplines and standard of research from students across the HECA member HEIs is to be commended. 

Submissions were of the static digital poster format and the winning awards and short-listing reflects these entries. As always, the decision-making was tough, but after considered discussions, the Judging Panel are delighted to announce the following winners of the HSRA Digital Poster Exhibition:

1st prize 

The 2023 HSRA Trophy - Cash Prize of €300

Congratulations to Leo Muckley from IICP College

Pluralistic Psychotherapist’s and Counsellor’s Experiences of Working with Actively Suicidal Clients: A Qualitative Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

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2nd prize 

The 2023 HSRA Trophy - Cash Prize of €150

Congratulations to Hilary A Travers from St Nicholas Montessori College Ireland

The role of music in supporting a cross-curricular pedagogy.

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3rd prize

Congratulations to Hayley O'Gorman of IICP College

Counsellors' Experience of Assessing and Managing Suicidality among Students in Third-Level Institutions.

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Special Recommendations

Due to high standard and range of posters submitted to HSRA , the Judging Panel would also like to make a special mention to the following entrants:

Claudia Andrea Leiva Acevedo of CCT College
Pronostic of Colo-Rectal Cancer (CRC) Using Machine Learning Models on Organoids Derived of Patient

Larissa Silva McDonnell of Griffith College
Framing the Eighth: A Content Analysis of Irish Times and Irish Independent Coverage of the Eighth Amendment’s Passage and Repeal Campaigns

Annmarie Mullooly of Dublin Business School
Cold Water Immersion Activities: The Effects on mental health, Self Efficacy, Resilience and Mental Toughness

Francisca Silva of Dublin Business School
Popular Culture and Information Literacy Teaching: Considerations for and from Irish Academic Librarians

Megan Griffiths of Hibernia College
An Exploration into Teacher Experiences in Supporting High Ability Students in Post Primary Classrooms

Jéssica Lemos of Dublin Business School
Storytelling in Augmented Reality: Challenges And Possibilities For Immersive Digital Marketing

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