Graduate Student Development Program Offers a Workshop on Significance of a PhD Proposal and how to ace it
Wednesday; 18 September 2019
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Room 136, Building F3 (Male side)
This workshop is for graduate students (enrolling or enrolled in MSc/PhD program), research assistants and postdocs. Undergraduate students involved with a research project, such as SURE OR Senior Project are also welcome. The workshop is for anyone who at any point in his/her education will have to write a research proposal irrespective of the stage of their educational journey.
Prof. Bhanu Chowdhary
Dean, College of Food and Agriculture
Developing a PhD proposal is like going to the drawing board and preparing an architectural framework for the marvel you want to create – the PhD thesis. It is always argued which of the four milestones in a PhD journey are important: comprehensive exam, writing a dissertation, defending the PhD exam or writing a PhD proposal. The workshop will tread you through these milestones to bring home the message that thesis proposal is unarguably the most critical part of doing a PhD. If it is so important, then how should it be handled such that the subsequent part of the journey is fun, not a burden. Also, it is widely believed that a PhD proposal, once finalized/approved, is like winning a quarter of the battle. But is it true or is it a myth? Can it haunt you later during your research? All these and additional aspects of writing a PhD/research proposal will be discussed interactively so that you are well prepared for this important aspect of your research journey.
None. Bring your thoughts and concepts about a thesis proposal (MSc or PhD) and how you think it should be written. If you have written one, share your experiences; if you are about to write one, share your planning. If you don’t know much – be eager to listen and participate!
No registration is required.
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