Facilitators: Max Read and Jaime Coffey, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Graduate Student Centre, Crescent Road, Point Grey Campus
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Note: This is a repeat of the session on April 14th, due to high demand
This session will assist those who are working on their thesis drafts and would like to review the UBC formatting and submission requirements. Topics will include:
- Preparing to write
- Planning ahead
- Thesis formatting requirements
- Electronic submission of theses
The facilitators for this session, Max Read and Jaime Coffey, are Faculty of Graduate Studies staff whose work includes advising students on thesis preparation and formatting.
Max Read is the Communications and Thesis Coordinator, and in 2005 she was a leader on the Library/Graduate Studies team that initiated a pilot project for submission of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs). As well as assisting students, she works with UBC Associate Deans, the Library, and UBC Legal Counsel on matters related to ETDs. Max is also on the Board of Directors of the international Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD).
Jaime Coffey works closely with Max in providing guidance to graduate students. She joined the Faculty of Graduate Studies in January 2008 and became the Thesis Clerk in 2009. Having earned a Masters degree herself, Jaime can often be found in the new Graduate Student Welcome Centre tutoring students on format, and explaining university requirements for thesis submission.
Note: Beverages will be provided. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN MUG.
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We appreciate the support of UBC Graduate Student Society for this event.