Qut outstanding doctoral thesis award

She won the Outstanding Doctoral Thesis award for her doctoral thesis entitled An analysis of the international regulation of agriculture using a rightsbased approach to food security. This information has been contributed by Dr Hope Johnson. The Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Awards are awards provided to the top 5 of HDR doctoral candidates annually.

The awards are determined in April for the previous calendar year graduates. To keep the nomination process objective, only examiners can nominate if they believe that a thesis is worthy of an Outstanding Thesis Award. thesis); and o Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Awards. Materials The nomination is based on the thesis submitted for examination; The Faculty Panel will consider the thesis and examiner reports in preparing nominations; The nomination should indicate the value of the thesis in terms of its significance and quality.

Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award Posted on Apr 20 2017 By Tess McGlone In News Graduated student Jeremy Neideck has received a Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Awards Research Training Related Documents Modification History.

Policy statement. QUT values higher degree research (HDR) candidates whose productivity makes an important contribution to the University's research culture and the national innovation system. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology. Link to the thesis: Abstract. This thesis reports a new remediation approach for the removal of toxic and high priority Dietitian wins QUT Outstanding Alumni Special Excellence Award for health 2nd August 2016 Best known for designing the 3Minute Nutrition Screening tool to help identify those at risk of malnutrition, Singaporean Dr Lim Su Lin was named winner of a QUT Outstanding Alumni Special Excellence Award at a ceremony in Brisbane today.

Jennifer is a Level 2 accredited supervisor. She currently has 7 Higher Degree Research students (PhD, EdD, M. Phil and M. Ed), and has supervised three students to completion since 2015 1 PhD (an Outstanding Award Thesis winner) and 2 M. Eds. She has examined 3 external theses. Her PhD thesis has won 3 awards: the 2015 Penny McKay Memorial Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis on Language Education (ACTAALAA); a 2015 QUT University Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award; and the 2016 QUT Faculty of Education Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award.

It was also nominated for the Australian Mohd Fairuz Iskandar Othman Thesis (PDF 6MB) Abstract In spite of the numerous benefits suggested for organisations to adopt formal IT Governance (ITG) practice, research has shown that these practices show low levels of adoption.

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