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[Print] Modeling Infectious Diseases in Humans and Animals by
Call Number: 616.9015118 KEE
Publication Date: 2007-10-28
For epidemiologists, evolutionary biologists, and health-care professionals, real-time and predictive modeling of infectious disease is of growing importance. This book provides a timely and comprehensive introduction to the modeling of infectious diseases in humans and animals, focusing on recent developments as well as more traditional approaches.
[Print] How to get a PhD: a handbook for students and their supervisors by
Call Number: 378.24 PHI
Publication Date: 2015
Since the first edition of this innovative book, thousands of doctoral students have gained their doctorates by following the spot-on advice it gives. Across all faculties and disciplines, it remains the book of choice for both students and their supervisors, establishing it as a worldwide bestseller.
This practical book guides students through all they need to know to approach the research, write and defend their ideas and ultimately produce a unique and robust academic thesis. It also gives supervisors and examiners invaluable tips on their role in the process.
[Print] The Pleasure of Research by
Call Number: 700.72 SLA
Publication Date: 2015-08-25
The Pleasure of Research delves into topics such as knowledge production, artistic thinking and medium-specificity. The publication begins with a series of curatorial projects by Henk Slager at international art festivals and biennales in such cities as Seoul, Shanghai, New York, Venice, Tbilisi, Istanbul and Taipei.
[eBook] Transforming university education: a manifesto by
Publication Date: 2020
What is a university degree for? What can it offer to students? Is it only about getting a job? How can we measure the quality of an undergraduate degree?
Paul Ashwin shows how, around the world, economic arguments have come to dominate our thinking about the purpose and nature of university education. He argues that we have lost a sense of the educational purposes of an undergraduate degree and the ways in which going to university can transform students' lives.
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