Success for DCU Business School PhD student in Tell it Straight Competition
DCU Business School PhD student Tran Thi Lan Huong received the runner-up prize for the best oral presentation (1st year student) in the Tell it Straight Competition on April, 29th.
Tell It Straight is DCU’s annual competition specifically designed to encourage postgraduate research students to communicate their research and its potential impact to a non-specialist audience in a concise, dynamic and innovative way utilising current technology and is open to registered DCU research students in all years of study.
Her presentation was entitled “Does it pay to subsidize firms’ R&D expenditure”.
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