• Remove “Useful Links” and “Scholarships & Fees” from this section of the site
• In keeping with the seven areas, have options to locate
o What do our Engineers do?
o What do our Scientists do?
o What do our Technologists do?
o What do our Designers do?
• Do we really need a separate one for researchers? Methinks not. I suggest that when the user selects say “What do our Engineers do?” that profiles can be viewed of graduates from bachelor degree programmes in Engineering, taught postgraduate programmes in Engineering, research master programmes in Engineering and PhD graduates in Engineering (as a list or restricted via these options from a dropdown list).
e.g. (if a list)
PhD Graduate Profiles
- Joe Soap, Mechanical Engineering, 2009
- Joe Bloggs, Computer Engineering, 2006
- Joe Public, Mechanical Engineering, 2003
Master by Research and Thesis Graduate Profile
- Mary White, Aeronautical Engineering, 2009
- Joe Bloggs, Computer Engineering, 2003
By clicking on a name, the profile of the individual will be presented.
• It appears that profiles on the current Faculty website are of those who have presented at “The Graduate Experience Presentation Series”. I don’t think we should limit profiles to this extent. In my opinion, a profile should be included on the website if we and the graduate are both in agreement to have their profile included.
• On a quick examination of some profile on the current Faculty website it appears we would need to store the following attributes about each graduate
o Name of Graduate:
o Image of Graduate:
o Course LM Code:
o Course Title:
o Year of Award:
o Name and Address of Primary School:
o Name and Address of Secondary School:
o Third Level Qualifications
Are these sufficient?