UofG VYT 2023

The third annual UofG Visualise Your Thesis competition was held in Summer 2023, with a brilliant screening and awards ceremony at the Glasgow Film Theatre on 22nd August.

Our expert judges in attendance were:

Tawona Sithole – UNESCO Artist-in-Residence in School of Education
Brendon McIlroy – Director of Halo Arts
Stephen Sheriff – Glasgow Doors Open Days (part of Glasgow Building Preservation Trust)
Charlotte Reid – UofG content creator and videographer


Overall Winner: Lavinia Agra Coletto, College of MVLS
Identifying the mechanisms and biomarkers of transition from Psoriasis to Psoriatic Arthritis

Runner Up: Marcus Russell Slater, College of Social Sciences
The Body as Ink

People's Choice: Chantelle Boyle, College of Social Sciences
How is moral education implemented in Scottish non-denominational primary schools?

Other Entries

Will Entrekin, College of Arts and Humanities
Unkindness: The Autobiography of Edgar Allan Poe – A Novel

Sphinx Svensson, College of Science and Engineering
The Atomic Compass

Sathish Kumar Marimuthu, College of Science and Engineering
Optimisation of stent grafts to treat Aortic Dissection

Samantha Suter, College of Social Sciences
Ecosystem Explorers: Using citizens and satellites in habitat monitoring

Kumar Loganathan, College of Social Sciences
Economic Modelling and Innovative solution for Reducing Air Pollution in Scotland's Urban Areas

James Wilentz, College of Arts and Humanities
Palma Giovane’s circle and the succession of Titian in Seicento Venetian painting

Hsiao-Chiang Wang, College of Social Sciences
Co-creating the Values of World Heritage Sites with Refugees: A World View Perspective

Erin Bartley, College of Social Sciences
Helping adolescents to build a ‘dressing up box’ for identity and career development

Amina Mabsali, College of Social Sciences
Examining the framework for educational decision-making in gifted education within Omani schools

Aljazi MBE Alajmi, College of MVLS
Dietary fibre and constipation in elderly in Kuwait