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3MT®: Sharing of Experience by the 2nd Runner Up

This post is written by Denesh A/L Sooriamoorthy, 2nd Runner Up of UNM 2018 3MT® Competition and PhD student from the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering. On 5 September 2018, I participated in Three Minute Thesis (3MT), a competition where postgraduate researchers explain about their thesis within the stipulated 3 minute time limit. My topic was “A Tick In …

LINK’18: Sharing of Experience by the Best PGT Presenter

This post is contributed by Zerin Momtaz Chowdhury, LINK’18 Best PGT Presenter and postgraduate taught student from the Nottingham University Business School.  My heartfelt thanks goes to the organising committee of Postgraduate Students’ Network (PGSN) and other respective academics for creating such an amazing platform for postgraduates to present their work. In view of the …

LINK’18: Sharing of Experience by the Best PGR Presenter

This post is written by Yen Yee Chong, LINK’18 Best PGR Presenter and PhD student from the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.  On 26 July 2018, I participated in the LINK’18, a student-led interdisciplinary research conference, held in the Great Hall at the University of Nottingham Malaysia. The work that I presented was titled …

Winners announced in UNM 2018 3MT® Competition

We are pleased to announce the winners of UNM 2018 Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®). The full results are: Winner Anusha Devi Nawoor, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Science Title: The future – Personalised medicine! Runner Up Yap Jing Ying, Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Title: Papaya leaf for dengue? 2nd Runner Up …

Graduate School Bulletin, September 2018

Issue 05/18 (10) This bulletin provides monthly updates on upcoming events and activities by the Graduate School. Workshops & Training Courses Postgraduate Student Teachers (PST) Programme We are offering the following training courses in September. Date Time Course 3 September 2018 9am – 11am Preparing to Teach in Higher Education 4 September 2018 1.15pm – …

[Invitation] Networking: Creating a Credible Personal Impact

We are pleased to invite all academics, especially early career researchers, and postgraduate students to attend a workshop entitled Networking: Creating a Credible Personal Impact scheduled for Tuesday 4 September 2018 at 10am – 12noon in H1B13. Description This workshop will focus on increasing your personal impact through citations and social media. The workshop will largely …

LINK’18: Sharing of Experience by the Runner Up for Best PGR Presenter

This post is written by Kumbirai Ivyne Mateva, LINK’18 Runner Up for Best PGR Presenter and PhD student from the School of Biosciences. The true essence of being a student lies in generating useful, innovative and detailed research. One interesting belief to which I fully subscribe is the idea that as a postgraduate research (PGR) …

Invitation: 3 Minute Thesis Competition

This invitation is posted on behalf of Dr Jiin Woei Lee, Research Training Development Manager.  An 80,000 word PhD thesis would take 9 hours to present. Their time limit… 3 minutes. We are pleased to invite all staff and students to attend the Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) scheduled for Wednesday 5 September 2018 at 10.30am in the …

Rome was not built in a day… neither was LINK’18: Perspectives from the SA Postgraduate Officer

This post is written by Olaoluwa Duro-Bello, Students’ Association (SA) Postgraduate Officer.  On Thursday 26 July 2018, the LINK’18 Postgraduate Student-led Interdisciplinary Conference was held for the second time at the University of Nottingham Malaysia. I am grateful to the Graduate School for availing me this platform to share my perspective about hosting the event. …

Coffee & Cake Session 4/2018

We had our Coffee and Cake session on 27 July 2018. This was the fourth session held this year and it was well attended by postgraduate students. It was a platform for postgraduate students to temporarily get away from their routine and meet up with one another whilst enjoying coffee and cakes. Prior to the …