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C0VID-19: Update for early career researchers (29 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS-ECR/C0VID-19/08/29/05/20 This is part 8 of our updates to our early career researcher (ECR) community which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at rad@nottingham.edu.my. Author: …

C0VID-19: Graduate School updates (28 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS/C0VID-19/21/28/05/20 This is part 21 of a series of updates which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at graduateschool@nottingham.edu.my. The University is regularly updating advice …

Graduate School Bulletin, June 2020

Issue 04/20 (24) This bulletin provides monthly updates on upcoming events and activities by the Graduate School. Training courses & workshops Researcher Development Programme (RDP) We are offering the following RDP courses in June 2020 via Microsoft Teams. Date Time Course Monday 1 June 2020 10am – 12noon Drafting a Chapter of Your Thesis Thursday …

C0VID-19: Update for early career researchers (22 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS-ECR/C0VID-19/07/22/05/20 This is part 7 of our updates to our early career researcher (ECR) community which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at rad@nottingham.edu.my. Author: …

C0VID-19: Graduate School updates (21 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS/C0VID-19/20/21/05/20 This is part 20 of a series of updates which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at graduateschool@nottingham.edu.my. The University is regularly updating advice …

Invitation: Virtual town hall meetings for researchers

Invitation from Professor Deborah Hall, Vice Provost (Research & Knowledge Exchange) Professor Hall is inviting colleagues and postgraduate research students to join her at a series of virtual town halls. In these unprecedented times, these virtual meetings are an opportunity for us to come together to share ideas, ambitions, concerns, and to offer mutual support. …

Present your research at our Virtual 3MT®

The Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT®) challenges research students to communicate the significance of their projects to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. This year, the competition will take place online where you will present your research live to a panel of judges. The competition is open to PhD students who have passed their …

C0VID-19: Graduate School updates (19 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS/C0VID-19/19/19/05/20 This is part 19 of a series of updates which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at graduateschool@nottingham.edu.my. The University is regularly updating advice …

C0VID-19: Update for early career researchers (15 May 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS-ECR/C0VID-19/06/15/05/20 This is part 6 of our updates to our early career researcher (ECR) community which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the conditional movement control order nationwide and campus closure. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook and Graduate School Blog or by email at rad@nottingham.edu.my. Author: …

Winners of postgraduate photography competition

An extraordinary photo competition for postgraduate students  What does the current situation mean to our postgraduate students? We recently organised a photo competition where we asked our postgraduate students the aforementioned question and they had to answer it by using only a photo with a caption. In our previous blog post, we featured all the entries …