What can Ma-Re do for you?
What can Ma-Re do for you?
Ma-Re provides services to any Department or research unit at UCT in which postgraduate research has a marine aspect, e.g. Biological Sciences, Electrical Engineering, Environmental & Geographical Sciences, Historical Studies, Institute of Marine & Environmental Law, Mathematics & Applied Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Molecular and Cell Biology, Oceanography, School of Economics, Social Anthropology, Sociology and Statistical Sciences.
For all marine-related research at UCT, Ma-Re can:
- Co-design, co-develop, co-ordinate and co-facilitate the bringing together of researchers and students from across and within various disciplines to address current marine research imperatives at UCT.
- Co-organise marine scientific events (e.g. meetings, workshops, conferences).
- Publicise academic research outcomes & projects via the
- Ma-Re networks
- Ma-Re website
- Ma-Re Annual Report
- Ma-re Annual Forum
- Generate discussion platforms on marine- related issues (both science and society) via:
- Ma-Re Twitter account
- Ma-Re blog
- Discussion sessions/forums
- Assist in the development, establishment and maintenance of marine-related networks and databases.
- Involve marine postgraduate students in outreach and community-based activities.
- Provide a professional research management service for contracts, funded research projects and programmes, encompassing all financial and management functions.
- Administer and manage marine student bursaries, coordinate existing funding sources and, where possible, source additional bursary funding.
- Disseminate marine-related information and notifications to the marine community across disciplines at UCT.
10. Translate and transfer scientific outcomes to broader society.
11. Attract students into postgraduate programmes in marine science at UCT.
12. Assist in the development and implementation of student support structures.
What can you do for Ma-Re?
- Support and promote the concept of interdisciplinarity within marine science.
- Choose to be listed as a researcher affiliated with Ma-Re and be listed on our website.
- Send information about marine-related projects to be listed on the Ma-Re website.
- Encourage all marine postgraduates to subscribe to the Ma-Re student network, the Ma-Re distribution list and to contribute to the Ma-Re blog and other Ma-Re activities.
- Showcase your research at the Ma-Re Forums.
- Where appropriate, list Ma-Re on your publications as an address along with your departmental affiliation.
- Outsource Ma-Re to organise and co-ordinate marine-themed seminars, meetings, workshops and conferences.
- Popularise your research and research outcomes by sending them to be posted on the Ma-Re website, distributed via the Ma-Re distribution lists and highlighted in the Ma-Re Annual Report to the URC.