The Office of Graduate Studies is responsible for Graduate Policy, Procedures and Graduate Management in the College of Sciences. The POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION FORM is available from the College of Sciences Office of Postgraduate Studies.
College of Science (PN 434) Private Bag 11-222 Palmerston New Zealand Telephone Fax E-mail: [email protected] The Office of Postgraduate Studies is responsible for Postgraduate Policy, Procedures and Management in the College of Science. Orientation for 'new' postgraduate students in the College of Science Overview of the College of Science postgraduate programmes.
Management of Postgraduate Programmes
The candidate will also present at the IVABS Postgraduate Seminar Series followed by questions and discussion. After the presentation to the Confirmation Committee, the candidate will meet with the Confirmation Committee to discuss the details of the research and explore any issues and concerns.
The Research and Graduate Studies Administrator will announce the scholarships by email (usually 6-8 weeks before the closing deadlines). These reports will be administered by the Office of Graduate Studies (Professor Stafford and Debbie Hill).
Safety in the Workplace
Procedures to be followed in case of emergencies such as fires and earthquakes are clearly displayed in each building. Cytotoxic: All equipment used for the administration of cytotoxic drugs (gloves, gowns, needles, etc.) should be placed in a labeled plastic bag and labeled.
Other General Information
Children of students at the University are welcome to attend the University Creche or the After School Care Center (Kids' Club), which is designed for children. The Copyright Act allows the university, under certain conditions, to provide material to students in which copyrighted works or parts of copyrighted works are reproduced. Alternatively, if you complete a qualification at any time during the year, you can apply to upgrade at the next monthly University Council meeting.
For the names of the contact persons please refer to .. http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/students/student-services/harassment/harassment_home.cfm. The University will seek to exploit any such intellectual property in cooperation with the students concerned. It is customary for graduates who wish to complete their studies not to take holidays, but the University has a number of statutory holidays when the University is closed.
If you will be away from the university for more than one day, be it for field work, jobs, sick leave or other, please inform your supervisor, the head of research and postgraduate studies or the reception of the institute.
So save yourself some time at the library and on the Internet by requesting a one-on-one research consultation with a liaison librarian. All mail addressed to students must have the word "Postgraduate Student, IVABS" in the address. Outgoing Massey-related mail does not require a stamp, but your name and IVABS must be in the top left corner or the mail will be opened and returned to the Institute.
Personal mail can be posted in the red basket near the common room, but needs a postmark. Directions displayed on University roads, parking areas and signs must be respected at all times in the interest of safety, these signs have the same legal status as those on public roads. The center has already been awarded 'Best Gym in Manawatu' for three years running.
It is also the focal point for many clubs within the university and offers a wide range of organized activities in summer and winter.
Source of Advice, Guidance and Information
MSc - Epidemiology (Guelph); Doctorate Dairy herd health/epidemiology (Utrecht/NL). Email: [email protected]).
What is expected from Students and Staff
The purpose of the policy is to encourage research and innovation and to establish an environment in which industry and society realize the potential benefits of the resulting intellectual property, while protecting the rights of those with a stake in the creation of intellectual property. However, you should use several different reviews to ensure that you have a balanced and correct understanding of the topic. Length of the assignment: It should ideally be between 20 and 30 pages (5000 to 7500 words), including all figures, tables and the reference list.
Include a detailed table of contents at the beginning of each project and use these section headings in the body of the text. Your reference list should include all sources cited in your assignment and should not contain references that you have not cited. Unless otherwise stated by the staff member responsible for the paper, each student's paper is expected to be unique.
For example, an author of a book would have a literary copyright in the book's content, while her publisher would have a copyright in that published edition.
FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
This means that the concerned NSATS staff member or teaching consultant must ask the editor or publisher of the newspaper for permission to reprint more than the law itself would allow (ie. 3%. Editors will sometimes return the request by telephone; it is best to receive this by email or fax to retain proof of permission. This means that the concerned NSATS staff member or teaching consultant must apply to the editor or publisher of the newspaper). for permission for more than the law itself allows (ie 3% or 3 pages, whichever is greater.
Editors will sometimes return the request with a phone message; However, it is best to send this by email or fax so that you can keep proof of permission. The new limit for which CLL will grant a license is 20 - 25% of the total number of pages of the book in question. However, if a book is finished, it is usually easy to obtain permission to reproduce any quantity of the work.
Staff may copy one article or chapter from such an edited publication, but may copy several (up to 20–25% of the book) if the articles or chapters are specifically on the same topic.
Demonstrates extensive and detailed reading of key scientific references and balanced use of evidence. A thorough, balanced exploration of the topic, based on detailed and critical research of published and other evidence. The data is analyzed and presented clearly and the material is collected with some logic in the context of the project.
Compare compare the subject subjects; discuss the similarity or dissimilarity of a thing. Describe in detail the features of the subject, using any combination of methods that are appropriate. Explain make clear or clear, show the meaning of; account for; gives the reason for Identify tell, distinguish the required features of the subject.
Put yourself in the position of the interviewer and see what you are saying to him/her.
Don't spend too much time struggling to solve a problem that can be quickly solved with the advice of others. Once you have your initial plan, start writing your work right away using a word processing program. Divide your work into clearly defined sections and complete each step as quickly as possible.
For example, if you are writing a project, you must make an outline of the work before you start. Include comments and questions for the marker if you are uncertain about the relevance of certain points. If you fall behind in your work, let the staff know as soon as possible.
Make a copy of each of the schedule types described above as best you can at this stage.
Planning your Research Programme
Once you have found sufficient information, write a concise review of the literature outlining the current state of knowledge and the issues you can identify that may be worth investigating. Once you have the main points, it is important to decide on the specific goals of the trial before moving forward. Write a clear, concise list of goals and consult with your supervisors about the appropriateness of each.
You must not change the experimental procedure without consulting the supervisor, who will arrange for approval of the changes if necessary. Ensure that everyone involved has a copy of the experimental protocols and is aware of their involvement. The supervisors of the relevant research units will request copies of the approved animal ethics protocol.
Now you're diving into the depths of scholarly writing—projects are a thing of the past.
Animal Science Graduate Student Colloquium
MSc in Medical Laboratory Science
The MSc in Medical Laboratory Science will be offered extramurally or en bloc from the Palmerston North campus. 202.789 Research Project Every year, but it is recommended that candidates discuss this with the Program Director, Medical Laboratory Sciences, because the project must be completed within one academic year; two semesters*; extramural. 202.781 Current Topics in Medical Laboratory Science 30 credits An advanced course of study based on current Medical Laboratory Science literature selected from Clinical Biochemistry, Microbiology, Virology, Hematology, Transfusion Science, Immunology, Histological Techniques and Cytology.
Candidates are expected to cover areas of medical laboratory science, including their current specialist disciplines and other areas. Management of quality systems in the medical laboratory with special emphasis on specific codes of good practice related to medical laboratory science. The above contents will be placed in the context of the basic principles of quality management.
Research projects will largely be medical laboratory based, so there will be significant input from the people involved.
Bachelor of Philosophy (bPhil)
171707 Advanced Grassland Production and Practice 15 A/Prof Cory Matthew 171710 Principles of New Zealand Pastoral Practice 15 A/Prof Cory Matthew. 195825 Advanced Veterinary Radiology 60 Prof Elwyn Firth 195826 Advanced Veterinary Surgery 60 Prof Elwyn Firth 195827 Advanced Veterinary Pharmacology 60 Dr Paul Chambers 195828 Advanced Theriogenology 60 Prof Norm Williamson 195829 Prof. The effect of variation in maternal immune status on fetal growth and development.