I did my M.A. in political science. My pleasure to help.
First year PhD Student
--- On Thu, 4/30/09, Ramadansyah Hasan <rh107(a)students.waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
From: Ramadansyah Hasan <rh107(a)students.waikato.ac.nz>
Subject: [Pgsa_mem] Need a volunteer
To: "Members of The Waikato University Post Graduate Students Association" <pgsa_mem(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Date: Thursday, April 30, 2009, 3:25 AM
It was nice to meet so many PhD students and new friends at the workshop last week. As one can review his/her own work, I look for a volunteer to read the draft chapter of my thesis. This is my second year doing the research and the progress is too slow to my liking.
The working title of the thesis is "international restriction in controlling the circulation of small arms and light weapons in international law".
Please contact me if any of you interested to read. Any comments and suggestions on the draft will greatly help me.
I am also more than happy to read any thesis in area of international humanitarian law, armed conflicts, international relations, or peace studies.
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Sorry for the late notice, but just received this.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Richard Yao <ry32(a)students.waikato.ac.nz>
> Date: August 3, 2009 5:09:04 PM GMT+12:00
> Cc: Tinh Doan <ttd1(a)students.waikato.ac.nz>
> Subject: Invitation to attend a discussion on NZ forests
> Dear Todd
> Good afternoon.
> You were referred to me by Tinh Doahn to help us circulate this
> flyer. Please find attached flyer for inviting residents in
> Hamilton to attend a Discussion on NZ Forests on 5 August 2009
> (Wednesday). This workshop is in line with my PhD thesis (at Waikato
> University) on Valuing the Benefits of Biodiversity in NZ's Planted
> Forests. We will be providing each participant with refreshments and
> a $20 worth of MTA voucher. We are thinking of having a maximum of
> 15 participants. In this regard, kindly please circulate this
> message and flyer to your friends and colleagues who you think might
> be interested to come. If this flyer could be posted on one or two
> bulletin boards, that would be great. You are also very welcome to
> Thank you.
> Kind regards
> Richard Yao
> PhD Student
> Department of Economics
> University of Waikato
> T: 07 343 5747; F: 07 343 5528; M: 021 0247 3234
For hose interested, we held our first Thesis Writing Circle 2 weeks
ago...this is the next in the series.
If you've got a block and the words aren't flowing, it would be good
if you could join us...
Writing Support for Higher Degree Students
Thesis Writing Circles
Bring your lunch! Refreshments provided!
The next regular meeting of the Thesis Writing Circles for doctoral
students will be on Friday, 7 August, 12:00-1:30 p.m. in BG.24. All
doctoral students (regardless of whether or not they have attended
previous meetings) are most welcome to attend.
The aim of the Thesis Writing Circles (TWCs) is to develop the
writing capabilities of higher degree students through collaborative
learning and conversation with peers. Our TWC provides an active,
supportive, and student-led environment in which students share
writing, develop strategies and skills to enhance the writing process,
and develop interpersonal networking skills. TWC sessions are
facilitated by senior academic staff in Student Learning and other
In the 7 August session we will discuss focusing your writing –
particularly from the perspective of writing an abstract. Student
Learning staff will bring a variety of abstracts for students to
critique and discuss how the writing could be strengthened and
improved. If you have examples of abstracts you have written and you
would like feedback – send the file to Andrea Haines
(ash1(a)waikato.ac.nz) and we will “anonymize” it and include it with
our examples. There will also be an opportunity to discuss how you
would like to see the Thesis Writing Circles function.
If you would like to join our Thesis Writing Circles page in Moodle,
please contact Trish Strang (pstrang(a)waikato.ac.nz).
If you’re planning on attending on 7 August, please let us know (for
refreshment planning purposes) – slsadmin(a)waikato.ac.nz .
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone in BG.24 on Friday, 7 August.