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Current Graduate Students

 

There will also be several other elective, highly recommended Information Systems, Foundation Skills and Careers Programme sessions on offer in these areas, which will be worth Researcher Development Credits (Each is worth 0.5, apart from FS10 and FS20 that are both worth 1.0).  They are:

 

Course Code

Course Title

Course Provider

Information Systems

IS2

Citation Database Searching Skills for Graduate Students

Clair Castle

IS5

Reaxys and Scifinder: Introduction and Practical Session

Professor Jonathan Goodman

IS6 An Introduction to GitHub Sergio Martinez Cuesta

Foundation Skills

FS8

Supervising Undergraduates

Dr James Keeler

FS9

Computational Organic Chemistry

Dr Matthew Grayson

FS11

Scientific Writing: From Pain to Pleasure

Dr Andreas Bender

FS13

LaTeX

TBC - this course may not run in 2017-18

FS15

Creating Publications Quality Figures (I): Plotting Data

Drs Alex Archibald & Tristan Cragnolini

- 2018 date TBC

FS15

Creating Publications Quality Figures (II): Images and Media

Drs Steven Jenkins & Mike Casford

- 2018 date TBC

FS16

First Year Report Submission and the viva Experience

Mrs Dixon (DC), Drs Longbottom & MacDonald

FS17

PhD Thesis Submission and the viva Experience

Mrs Dixon (DC), Drs Longbottom & MacDonald

FS18 MPhil Thesis Submission and the viva Experienec

Mrs Dixon (DC), Drs Longbottom & MacDonald

FS20

Graduate Student Leadership Course

Roger Sutherland

- 2018 date TBC

FS19

Writing Up Wednesdays

Drs Bampos, Longbottom & MacDonald

- 2018 dates TBC

Careers Programme - full 2018 schedule TBC

CP1

Careers Options

Dr Madelaine Chapman

CP2

Applications and Selections

Dr Madelaine Chapman

CP3/CP4

Writing an Effective Fellowship Proposal & Writing an Effective Grant Application

Professor Oren Scherman

 

This core version of the Careers Programme will run annually; the full version, with alumni coming to speak about a range of careers will run biennially, beginning in Lent 2018 - full schedule to follow.