Important note for Graduate Students
You must register for Education 9000 at MUN your first semester. This is especially important for MEd IT students who are taking CBU courses during their first semester. After the first semester, you will be automatically registered for E9000, unless you have an approved leave of absence.
Students on leave of absence:
You must register for Education 9000 as soon as your leave has expired or you will be terminated from the programme by the School of Graduate Studies.
School of Graduate Studies
Downloadable Forms (School of Graduate Studies)
Faculty of Education
- Benefits of Full-time Study
- Copyright Information
- Grants and Graduate Students
- GSU Health and Dental Plan for Full Time Students and “Opt Out” Information
The Graduate Research Integrity Program (GRIP) resources, including the Penary Session and Self-study Manual, will be accessed online via Desire2Learn (D2L) effective January 2009.
Please note that:
- you must register for GRAD - 9991 and 9995.
- you must complete it in the semester in which you register for it or be assigned F = 0 on your academic record
- you cannot graduate without completing GRIP
This page provides information on the workshop. For information on the SGS components, go to the SGS website or contact Elizabeth Noseworthy from that site.
The Faculty of Education's component of GRIP
The Faculty of Education's component of GRIP, a workshop, will be part of E6100, our introductory research course. All students in the course will participate in the workshop. There will be an online version and an on-campus version of the workshop, depending on how you are taking E6100 (campus or distance).
Each semester, both on campus and online, the workshop will be offered again.
The time and places of future workshops on campus are TBA. News of this will go out on the Grad Society Listserv. Join the Graduate Listserv.
Students requiring our GRIP component and NOT registered for E6100 will be invited to join with the E6100 students for the workshop -- either online or on campus. Elizabeth Noseworthy can assist if necessary.
Students are instructed in their admission materials from the Office of the Associate Dean, Education, to contact their advisors rather than expecting advisors to contact them. The name of your advisor is provided on your admission documents.
When you want program advice or want to discuss GRIP with your advisor, please contact her/him. Contact information is available on the People section of the Faculty of Education website.
You must show your advisor your signed GRIP Completion Form and other relevant documents, as follows:
- Printouts of your self-study component
- A copy of your five self-check lists
- A copy of your journal entry
- Proof that you have participated in the Faculty of Education workshop (date to be announced by the E6100 instructor) or a printout of your postings/summary and ethics proposal if you have participated in the online/WebCT version of the workshop
The Faculty of Education Ethics guide. (Please note that it would be unethical to copy from a letter from the site; it is intended as a sample not a template.)
When initiating communication with your academic advisor, include telephone and/or e-mail contact information so that discussion will be facilitated.
These materials can be mailed or faxed to your advisor or given to him/her personally. You and your advisor can discuss (face to face, by phone, or via e-mail) your GRIP experience and any remaining questions about research and study ethics that you may have.
Your academic advisor will sign as the Case Study Workshop Facilitator (if you participated online) and as Supervisor/Advisor.
Your faculty advisor will then sign the form and then forward to Tina Hunt for processing.