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Faculty Graduate School Induction for new PGR students. Dr Martina Daly Faculty PGR Lead. Faculty of Medicine Dentistry & Health. You belong to a large community of researchers. Medical School Cardiovascular Science Human Metabolism Infection and Immunity Neuroscience Oncology

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Faculty Graduate School Induction for new PGR students

Dr Martina Daly

Faculty PGR Lead

Faculty of Medicine Dentistry & Health


You belong to a large community of researchers

Medical School

Cardiovascular Science

Human Metabolism

Infection and Immunity

Neuroscience

Oncology

Medical Education

Clinical Dentistry

Health and Related Research (ScHARR)

Nursing and Midwifery

Human Communication Sciences


Your voice within the Graduate School, Faculty and University

Graduate School


Student Support

Supportive environment

Supervisors (two or more)

Primary – academic

Second – development

Personal tutor

Departmental PG Tutor

Faculty Lead for PGR Programmes

University

http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/

http://www.shef.ac.uk/counselling/


What might YOU expect?

Access to facilities you need to carry out and write up your research project

Access to and guidance from a supervisory team

To meet and develop alongside other researchers


What YOUR SUPERVISORS expect

Be self motivated

To develop independent thought (question things)

Be able to record data carefully and to develop skills and produce work of publishable quality

To work at least 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and to work safely

Develop positive relationships with staff and students

Manage failure; perseverance


What the UNIVERSITY expects?

Adhere to the regulations

Integrate with others

Carry out your research with honesty and integrity


What are we doing today?


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