November 13, 2020, by Lisa Chin
COVID-19: Update for early career researchers (13 November 2020)
Author: Dr Tissa Chandesa, Research Training Development Manager at the Graduate School
In light of the announcement that the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) have been extended to Monday 6 December 2020, we continue to provide support to our early career researchers community via this update. Please rest assured that Graduate School are operating as business as usual during this extended CMCO.
Keep up to date
The University is regularly updating advice and general FAQs on COVID-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
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Supervising Doctoral Studies (SDS) online course
University of Nottingham offers a set of self-directed online modules for new supervisors and those who have more experience. The online course has interactive content such as videos, quizzes and a personal portfolio. Kindly use your university credentials to join the course. You may access the online course via the following link.
Festive greetings – Happy Deepavali
Warmest wishes for this Festival of Lights from all of us at the Graduate School. Happy Deepavali in advance!
In the meantime, please continue to observe and follow the safety advice and precautionary measures by our local authorities and University.