July 20, 2020, by Lisa Chin
C0VID-19: Graduate School updates (20 July 2020)
This is part 30 of a series of updates which provides latest news and information from the Graduate School in light of the 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University is regularly updating advice and general FAQs on C0VID-19 on its web page. See more
The Vice Provost (Research and Knowledge Exchange) is also contributing to a more detailed page with guidance for postgraduate research students and research staff. See more
Researcher training courses
Weekly update of upcoming courses
Monday 20 July 2020, 10am – 12noon
This course will introduce the techniques to enhance creative thinking and subsequently promote critical thinking.
Nature of the PhD and the Supervision Process
Thursday 23 July 2020, 10am – 12noon
This course will introduce the expectations of a doctoral study and provide an understanding of the roles of supervisors and research students.
Shut Up and Write
Session 07/03: Friday 24 July 2020, 10am – 12.30pm
This session will assist in structuring periods of writing and limiting the distraction at home while providing the necessary guidance and motivation to write efficiently and effectively.
Use this token to join the session in Microsoft Teams: bkjn59
Virtual Career Talk
Elevate your potential with Hartalega
Careers Advisory Service (CAS) is organising a virtual career talk on Thursday 23 July 2020 at 11am – 12noon via MS Teams, with guest speaker, Keith Lai, Talent Acquisition Senior Manager at Hartalega.
Sign up by Wednesday 22 July 2020
For any enquiries or more information, please contact CAS at email@example.com.
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Next updates from us
Our next C0VID-19: Graduate School updates will be posted on Monday 27 July 2020
In the meantime, please continue to observe and follow the safety advice and precautionary measures by our local authorities and University.