Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol43 Issue61 19–23 March 2018

A reminder that the PhB students are always on the lookout for projects. All PhB students need to do three 1-semester long (equibvlient of a normal 6-point course in terms of time, ~120 hrs) research-based projects (Advanced Study Courses or 'ASCs') and three course extensions add-ons  (~30 additional hours) (Advanced Study Extensions or 'ASE') as part of their PhB degrees. Pls list any projects that are suitable for a PhB student on your personal RSPE webpage. I am also happy to pass on potential projects to students.
Also a reminder that in Physics the project courses are now marked by a panel (group of academics - usually consisting of folks familiar with the PhB requirements). Hence the supervisors are no longer required to nominate/organize a co-marker.
I would like to take this opportunity to say again thank-you all who continue to contribute to the success of the PhB program. Your support of these students is very much appreciated.

-Jodie Bradby (PhB Physics discipline coordinator)

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