Nucleus, October 2017

Issue 07/17 (28) We are pleased to share with you the newly revamped Graduate School Newsletter, Nucleus. This newsletter provides quarterly updates on recent events and activities by the Graduate School. October 2017 issue of Nucleus is appended herewith, for your viewing and reading pleasure. Alternatively, click here to view to web version. We welcome …

Postgraduate Welcome Programme 2017

Our annual welcome event for all new and returning postgraduate students was held on 2 October 2017. The Postgraduate Welcome Programme featured a series of introductory sessions as well as social and educational activities, aimed to get the new postgraduate students started with the postgraduate life at UNMC and subsequently develop their network of friends and colleagues. …

[Invitation] Postgraduate Welcome Programme

Our annual Postgraduate Welcome Programme is scheduled for 2 October 2017 (Monday). This programme aims to introduce the scope of the Graduate School to the postgraduate community on campus, in terms of support and development opportunities. It is a good opportunity for new postgraduate students to assimilate into the postgraduate community and hit the ground …

UNMC 2017 3MT® Competition

This post is written by Dr Lee Jiin Woei, Research Training Development Manager.  As head organiser for the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) event, I am writing this blog to give my perspective on the training and the subsequent happenings up till the day of the competition. If there was a fly on the wall that saw …

Winners announced in UNMC LINK ’17 PG Conference

The Postgraduate Student Network (PGSN) and the Graduate School are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural UNMC LINK ’17 PG Conference. The full results are: Best Overall Presenter – Sia Ming Yean, School of Psychology, Faculty of Science Best PGR (Postgraduate Research) Presenter – Janet Tan Sui Ling, School of Pharmacy, Faculty of …

Winners announced in UNMC 2017 3MT® Competition

We are pleased to announce the 2017 winner of the annual UNMC Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition as Olaoluwa Duro-Bello from the School of English for his thesis ‘The politics behind representing Boko Haram in presidential speeches’. We are also pleased to announce the runner up as Sia Ming Yean from the School of Psychology for …

[Invitation] UNMC LINK ’17 PG Conference

This post is posted on behalf of the UNMC Postgraduate Student Network (PGSN).  A student-led interdisciplinary research conference  We are pleased to invite all staff and postgraduate students to the inaugural UNMC LINK ’17 scheduled for 14 September 2017, 8.30am in the Great Hall. The full details are outlined below: Time Programme 8.30am – 9am Registration …

[Invitation] 3 Minute Thesis Competition

Fancy hearing an 80,000 word thesis explained in less than 3 minutes?  We are pleased to invite all staff and students to our annual Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) scheduled for Tuesday 12 September 2017, 10.45am in the Great Hall. The members of the audience will have the chance to vote for the contestant who they think …

Graduate School Bulletin, September 2017

Issue 03/17 (03) This bulletin provides monthly updates on upcoming events and activities by the Graduate School. Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) 3MT® challenges research students to communicate the significance of their projects to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. This competition aims to help research students to develop their academic, presentation and research …

[Final Call] 3 Minute Thesis Competition

This post is contributed by Dr Lee Jiin Woei, Research Training Development Manager. The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC) will hold its 2017 Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) on Tuesday 12 September 2017 in the Great Hall. If you are interested or contemplating about being a competitor for the 3MT®, please register at the …