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The PhD Experience

Marketing Academic Skills for a Non-Academic World

By Tyler Yank | Graduate work is a many-headed hydra. Grant writing, public speaking, journal editing, and group management represent a fraction of the hard skills we pick up as we navigate the tedious path of dissertation-writing and research. Yet,… Continue reading →

It’s (Still) Complicated: Keeping the Magic Alive

By Roseanna Doughty | This blog was influenced by one of our previous blog posts It’s Complicated: Your Long Term Relationship With Your PhD, however, it has not been written by the same author. Thank you to our Anonymous contributor for… Continue reading →

Supporting Your Colleagues Who Have Anxiety Disorders: Some Thoughts and Reflections

This post was originally published on the Academic Mental Health Collective, an international collective that advocates for graduate students who struggle with mental illness. AHMC also provides materials and resources to help promote mental health among graduate students more generally. Their… Continue reading →

Summer Survival: The Road to Submission

By Anna Maguire| Wanted: One research caretaker. Duration: 2 months. Tasks: guardian for an unwieldy doctoral project; acting as a proxy for supervisions; general writing and editing duties. Bonus on submission. Ahh, summer. When the teaching and marking is over,… Continue reading →

By: Devin Grier | See Part I of her series on managing ADHD here. The last thing that I wanted to do after finishing my Master’s dissertation, was read more books.  After my recent diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, I was faced… Continue reading →

Your favourite drink and what it says about you (and your research)

by Elke Close ¦ Exciting times are ahead. Slowly the sun is gracing us with its presence, Eurovision is only a week away and the academic year is over, which means no more teaching, marking or occupying yourself with other… Continue reading →

Self-Funding: The View from Third Year

By Laura Harrison | We’ve talked a lot about funding on this site. We launched the blog with six posts, and one of them was Roseanna’s Guide to Self-funding. Like Roseanna, I’m self-funded, with the added fun of being Canadian, and… Continue reading →

Ignorance is Strength? Identifying additional training during your PhD

By Sam Grinsell | “The best thing for being sad,” replied Merlin, beginning to puff and blow, “is to learn something. That’s the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie… Continue reading →

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