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UTM THESIS MANUAL
Thesis in this manual refers to a documented report of the process followed and the results of original research conducted by a student in fulfilment of the requirements for a graduate degree. The thesis should be presented in a manner that will reflect credit on the student, the faculty, and the University. The term thesis used throughout this manual refers to doctoral and master's theses and dissertations as well as bachelor degree project report.
Dr. Ibrahim Suliman
it refers to te thesis introduction
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Latin American Law Review
Avaliação: Revista da Avaliação da Educação Superior (Campinas)
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QJM: An International Journal of Medicine
Yves LE COADIC
Revista Brasileira de Milho e Sorgo
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions
International Journal of Cancer
Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics
in C. Giurintano (a cura di), Potere e forme del consenso nella storia del pensiero politico, ETS, Pisa 2023, pp. 193-206.
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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Thesis Template
This utmthesis class was first created back in 2006. Since then, thanks to the various contributors over the years, it has matured into this.
List of major contributors (sorted alphabetically)
- Lim Lian Tze
- Muhammad Nadzir Marsono
- Ng Choon Ching
- Teo Hui Ming
- Vishnu P. Nambiar
- Yap Yung Szen
- Wan Zuki Azman
credits also to other contributors/testers whose names are not listed here
UTMthesis.cls v6.4 (2021/05/02) conforms with the 2018 UTM thesis manual.
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Februari 23, 2024
SPS UTM Anjur Siri Webinar Bantu Pelajar Pascasiswazah dalam Penulisan Tesis dan Jurnal Berimpak Tinggi
- Oktober 31, 2022
- Persidangan & Seminar , Umum
NOR AZFALELA JAMALUDIN
Oleh: Nor Azfalela Jamaludin dan Nor Kamsiah Manan
Penerbitan artikel jurnal merupakan keperluan pengijazahan bagi pelajar pascasiswazah mod penyelidikan di Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Namun, wujud cabaran bagi sesetengah pelajar dalam penerbitan artikel jurnal mahupun penulisan tesis.
Menyedari isu tersebut, pada tahun 2022, Sekolah Pengajian Siswazah (SPS) telah berjaya mengadakan kolaborasi bersama Dr. Thavamaran Kanesan, Chief Editor dan Founder Proofreading By A UK PhD dengan menganjurkan empat sesi webinar bagi membantu pelajar-pelajar UTM seperti berikut :
- Thesis Development Journey for PhD and Masters : 21 Februari 2022
- High Impact Publishing Class For Students & Academician : 11 April 2022
- Systematic Literature Review to Support Extraction Process : 14 Julai 2022
- A Hand’s on Class to Convert Proposal-to-Review-Journal: The Finale for 2022! : 7 September 2022
Webinar ini telah menarik minat komuniti pascasiswazah khususnya untuk turut serta dengan purata kehadiran melebihi 100 orang bagi setiap webinar dan peserta-peserta terdiri daripada pelajar dan staf UTM serta pelajar dari universiti awam/swasta yang lain.
Webinar ini juga merupakan salah satu usaha tanggungjawab sosial korporat ( CSR ) dari Proofreading By A UK PhD dengan objektif utama memberi pendedahan mengenai strategi penulisan tesis yang optimum dan meningkatkan kesedaran di kalangan komuniti pascasiswazah tentang langkah terbaik yang perlu dilakukan untuk mencapai garis akhir pengajian dengan penerbitan artikel jurnal yang mantap.
Gambar 1: Penerangan tentang “Why Systematic Review?”
Gambar 2: Penerangan tentang “Editorial Processes”
Sesi webinar telah dijalankan secara dua hala dan interaktif bersama semua peserta bagi membantu memberi arah tuju kepada penceramah agar kandungan ceramah dapat disampaikan dengan berkesan, memandangkan para peserta berasal dari pelbagai bidang dan fasa (peringkat penulisan kertas kerja, peringkat penulisan tesis dan lain-lain) dalam pengajian sarjana dan doktor falsafah.
Melalui siri webinar ini juga, banyak tips serta teori telah diberi kepada peserta yang hadir dan berdasarkan tahap kepuasan peserta, majoritinya amat berpuas hati dengan cara penyampaian serta kandungan webinar yang disampaikan.
Gambar 3: Penceramah dan peserta yang terlibat
Penceramah yang tidak asing dengan penerbitan artikel jurnal ini juga rajin berkongsi maklumat berkaitan video-video kuliah beliau yang telah tersedia di Facebook melalui pautan: https://www.facebook.com/proofreadingbyPhD/ serta bahan rujukan yang lain seperti nota dan contoh kertas kerja boleh diakses secara percuma melalui platform Telegram beliau melalui: https://t.me/DrThavaChannel .
SPS dengan sokongan dari Post Graduate Student Society (PGSS) akan terus menganjurkan program-program sebegini untuk manfaat semua pelajar. Dengan misi # From Students to Students , sudah pastinya program-program anjuran PGSS dan SPS ini boleh disertai oleh semua pelajar UTM secara percuma (tertakluk kepada jenis aktiviti).
Warga UTM dipelawa untuk melayari laman web PGSS: https://sps.utm.my/pgss/ dan mengikuti laman Facebook PGSS UTM: https://www.facebook.com/PGSSUTM untuk mengakses jadual, maklumat aktiviti serta berita penganjuran program yang telah dilaksana.
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UTM Theses / Project Papers Collection is located at Theses Room, Level 3, Perpustakaan Raja Zarith Sofiah. Users are advised to search for the information of the theses / project papers in UTM library Online Catalogue.
How to refer UTM theses?
Here are the comprehensive guidelines in order to access UTM’s printed Theses/ Project Papers
Log on http://dms.library.utm.my:8080 to download UTM’s softcopy Theses/ Project Papers
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Sunday – Thursday
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8.00am – 5.00pm
2 Weeks Before & During Exam
Semester break, utm thesis formatting guidelines.
For guidance on formatting your thesis, please refer to the UTM Thesis Manual
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For the Record, Friday, Feb. 23, 2024
Article by UDaily Staff February 23, 2024
University of Delaware community reports new presentations, awards and publications
For the Record provides information about recent professional activities and honors of University of Delaware faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Recent presentations, awards and publications include the following:
Sean O’Neill , policy scientist at UD’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA), traveled throughout the state to congratulate the 2023 recipients of the Local Government Training Program certificates in Local Government Leadership and Planning Education. IPA, a research and public service center in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration , annually offers training to public officials and municipal staff. This training covers topics such as municipal planning, zoning, legal issues, economic development, and sustainability. Participants receive credit toward the Delaware Certificate in Local Government Leadership or the Delaware Certificate in Planning Education . Recipients of the certificate span municipalities across Delaware, including the towns of Millville, Georgetown, Milton and Camden, and the cities of Milford and Dover.
Ari August , a 2021 graduate from the College of Arts and Sciences and the Honors College , presented her senior thesis research project at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in San Diego, California, as well as a research symposium at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Her research, titled “Credits Where They’re Due: A Qualitative Study of Motivation in a Novel Standardized Patient Program,” analyzes the impact of appropriate compensation for Standardized Patients (SPs) and how this influences the success of SP programs by strengthening motivation, professionalism, and performance quality. The results highlighted UD's Healthcare Theatre program's provision of university course credits to its SPs through a structured curriculum which not only provides necessary communication skills for a successful career, but also accelerates their professional progress. This structure of SP compensation has been successful in creating highly motivated SPs who strive for excellence and contributes to a reduction in issues of SP professionalism that threaten the stability of SP programs.
Margaret LaFashia , a College of Health Sciences alumna, has been included in Women We Admire’s Top 50 Women Leaders of Delaware for 2024. Seeking a career change, LaFashia graduated from UD’s School of Nursing in 2015. She now works as director of workforce partnership development for Nemours Children’s Health, where she leads efforts to diversify workforce pipelines in nursing. “This recognition is about my work; it’s vital work, and I hope it continues gaining traction,” LaFashia said. “I may not see the trend shift in my lifetime, but I’m hopeful we'll see a positive trend shift through the work we do at Nemours and the work of my alma mater.”
Diane Vizthum , a nutrition science doctoral candidate, has been awarded the Emerging Researcher Grant from the Commission on Dietetic Registration through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation. The $10,000 award will support her dissertation on time restricted eating, a form of intermittent fasting, and its impacts on body composition, diet quality, and eating behavior in young women. Vizthum works closely with Carly Pacanowski , associate professor of health behavior and nutrition sciences in the College of Health Sciences . Together, they wrote a mixed-methods systematic review on time restricted eating that was published in April 2023 in the journal Appetite .
Emmalea Ernest , UD Cooperative Extension fruit and vegetable specialist, received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Bean Improvement Cooperative, an organization focused on the exchange of information and materials for the improvement of bean production worldwide. The award acknowledges scientists with fewer than 15 years of post-graduate service who demonstrate outstanding contributions to bean research and/or education.
On Jan. 24, UD’s Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics honored the winners of three grade categories in the fall 2023 edition of the Stock Market Game , an educational simulation for Delaware schools put on twice a year. The Stock Market Game is a national competition put on by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA). The game was sponsored by SIFMA and funded by the Delaware Department of Justice’s Investor Protection Unit with support from WSFS Bank .
The winners were the top finishers in a field of 1,384 students on 351 teams. Seventy teams outperformed S&P 500 growth with their trades, and 56 of those managed to grow their investments by $10,000 or more. Overall, 35 schools participated in this past round. The winners in the three categories were:
High School Division
Salesianum High School: Tim Kinkade, Christian Boccuti, Nate Reid and Deron Tchuente
Middle School Division
Newark Charter Junior High: Calvin Orozco, Aanya Patel and Sofia Rossetta-Angeli
Grade 4-5 Division
West Park Place Elementary: Yousef Farag and Carlos Lopez
CEEE coordinates the game in Delaware, along with a companion competition called Investwrite in which students research and write essays about the stock market. In the simulation, students get $100,000 in fictional money to invest in publicly traded companies. They research investment options and can follow the market’s ups and downs and invest in real time, while also keeping track of how they’re performing against other teams. After 10 weeks, those with the best returns in each age group are the winners.
Read more on the Lerner website .
Daniel M. Green , associate professor of political science and international relations, has published a chapter titled “The United States inside ‘British International Society,’ 1838-1860: Imperial Rivalries and Compatibilities.” This appears in Nineteenth Century America in the Society of States , edited by Cornelia Navari and Yannis Stivachtis.
Nigel Caplan , professor and MA TESL Program Coordinator at the English Language Institute, recently published an op-ed column in TESOL Connections , which details his argument against the intrusion of generative “AI” in the field of Teaching English as a Second Language.
An article by Amara Galileo , a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, was recently published in the Mail and Guardian , South Africa’s premier weekly newspaper. The piece discussed actions by Senegal’s president Macky Sall which seemed to reverse his commitment to democracy for the West African nation. His stance is particularly important in the wake of coups in regional countries of Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso. Galileo’s dissertation explores the extent of democratic erosion in South Africa and Ghana.
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