Come learn about the WLC's annual Thesis/MRP Writing Intensive! Offered in the week of December 18, this bootcamp-type program is designed to help graduate students make significant progress on their Masters projects as they move toward completion.
This four-day Intensive will include writing and organization strategies, as-needed support from trained WLC staff, a structure for daily productivity, and coffee, snacks and lunch.
Applications will be taken up until December 1. A fee applies.
In this panel discussion, OCAD U graduate alumni will share their thesis and MRP experiences, including useful strategies and worthwhile insights they’ve learned about the process. Current graduate students at any stage of their work are invited to attend to learn more about the thesis and MRP process and pick up some valuable advice from our recent graduates!
Some of the themes for discussion will include:
Developing a thesis topic
Writing the thesis and MRP
Hosted by the Writing & Learning Centre and the Office of Graduate Studies.
Are you an OCAD U graduate student who will be writing a thesis or MRP? Ask yourself:
Does my proposed research involve humans as research participants?
Does my proposed research involve animals?
If the answer is yes, you need to attend this session!
This session will provide an introduction to the Research Ethics Board (REB) and ROMEO for graduate students at various stages of their thesis/MRP research. Learn about what the REB does, whether your research will need REB approval, and how to prepare your research ethics application through the ROMEO portal.