Graduate School Bulletin, November 2020

Issue 07/20 (27) 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 November 2020 via Microsoft Teams. Date Time Course Monday 2 November 2020 10am – 12nn Preparing for Your Annual Review Thursday 5 …

COVID-19: Graduate School updates (27 October 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS/COVID-19/42/27/10/20 In light of the newly announced extension of conditional movement control order (CMCO) till 9 November 2020, we are providing this update to reassure our postgraduate community of our commitment in maintaining and continuing our offering of training and development provision. The University is regularly updating advice and general FAQs on COVID-19 on …

A session on managing complaints

This post is written by Dr Tissa Chandesa, Research Training Development Manager at the Graduate School. As part of our ongoing Supervisory Research Seminar Series, a session on Managing Complaints was delivered by Dr Then Sue-Mian on Wednesday 21 October 2020 via Microsoft Teams. Dr Then is an Associate Professor at the Department of Biomedical …

C0VID-19: Update for early career researchers (16 October 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS-ECR/C0VID-19/12/16/10/20 Author: Dr Tissa Chandesa, Research Training Development Manager at the Graduate School In light of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) as well as campus closure from 14 – 27 October 2020, we are providing our early career researcher community with this one-off update. Please rest assured that we at the Graduate School …

Researcher Academy and how it connects to us

Update from Professor Deborah Hall Graduate School in our UK campus is now known as the Researcher Academy I am pleased to circulate the announcement of the newly established Researcher Academy and further share with you aspirations of our Graduate School here at UNM. Championing researchers for the world Head of the Researcher Academy, Dr …

C0VID-19: Graduate School updates (13 October 2020)

Ref. UNM/GS/C0VID-19/41/13/10/20 We have been monitoring updates on C0VID-19 closely and in light of the conditional movement control order (CMCO) as well as campus closure from 14 – 27 October 2020, we are providing our postgraduate community this one-off update of how we at the Graduate School will be operating in the next two weeks. …

Introducing Graduate School to the new postgraduate research students

A virtual postgraduate induction We appreciate that this is an unusual time for our postgraduate research students, even more so for those who have just joined us. Nevertheless, we continue to run a series of postgraduate inductions for our new postgraduate students amidst the ongoing C0VID-19 pandemic. We recently conducted our fourth virtual postgraduate induction …

Graduate School Newsletter, October 2020

Nucleus Issue 04/20 (40) Read on for all the latest news from the Graduate School. Don’t forget you can get in touch with us via Facebook or by email at graduateschool@nottingham.edu.my. Highlights UoN 2020 3MT® Yoong Xin Pang from the Ningbo Campus (UNNC) was awarded the highest score in the tri-campus 3MT® and has been selected to represent …

An exploratory workshop on recent trends in nanomaterials and technological applications

The science of the very small to solve big challenges If you can’t see it, then how do you work on it? To describe just how small ‘nano’ is, one nanometer is a billionth of a meter, or 10-9 of a meter. Exploring nanotechnology An introductory and exploratory workshop on nanotechnology was held on Monday 14 …

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

Ref. UNM/GS/C0VID-19/40/28/09/20 This is the final edition of a series of regular updates which provides latest news and information from us at the Graduate School amidst the ongoing C0VID-19 pandemic. 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 …