Jam Frog (CC BY-SA 2.0) Via Flickr Feeling overwhelmed? It’s important to remember that yes, your thesis is a huge project, but you will reach the end. Whether you are at the very beginning of your research thinking: “where do I start?” Or you have just received feedback on your final chapter and want to […]
From 1st to 5th of February 2015, Dr Heide Weishaar, an early-career researcher in the Institute of Health and Well-being, received funding to develop her knowledge of research and policy interactions. Read about her visit to the University of Southern Denmark in Esbjerg: I first came across the EU-funded REsearch into POlicy to enhance Physical […]
When I grow up I want to be a research data management specialist. Said no child ever. It’s funny how the majority of us end up in jobs that no one has ever heard of. I met someone recently who told me his sister works as an administrator at Glasgow Uni. But he couldn’t tell me […]
I mentioned the Arts and Humanities alumni event in my last post and thought I’d share some of the highlights with you. Although our speakers were all working in very different areas, a lot of common themes emerged from their talks. Some of these were positive, in that people were finding opportunities to do the things […]
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