Can you see me in the distance? (A blog about distance learning)

This is a guest post by Catherine Aitken, a first year PhD researcher within Management at the UofG. Catherine is currently researching Social Enterprise Business Models.   The majority of PhD researchers live in and around campus, immersed in a vibrant research environment with likeminded peers and daily support staff. These supportive conditions can ignite […]

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Glasgow in Panels

From postgraduate degrees and lectures to regular cons, book launches, and shops stocking the latest releases: Glasgow is an absolute haven for comic book readers – whether your interests are purely academic, or you’re fangirl and proud (or maybe even an acafan?!) James has previously blogged about some of the West End’s Hidden Gems and Sacha […]

Data Management: How to look after your research materials in Science & Engineering and MVLS

An interview with Dr Niels Cadée conducted and written by Sapphire Wanmer Dr Niels Cadée has been in our shoes: those of a PGR student who is producing lots of data but does not necessarily know what to do with it. Niels now works within the Research Data Management (RDM) Service at the university, a team […]

Data Management: How to look after your research materials in Arts & Social Sciences

An interview with Dr Niels Cadée conducted and written by Sapphire Wanmer Research material is any digital or physical information that you may use to underpin your  thesis. For example, an interview recording or transcript, results of a questionnaire, a list of manuscripts you studied, your own notes, a dance routine or a video of […]

UofG #PGRSelfCare

Thank you to everyone who entered the competition- we really enjoyed hearing about your #PGRSelfCare tips and having an opportunity to peek into the lives of UofG PGRs. We were delighted to receive so many entries, and have enough prizes for everyone who entered. We’ll get getting in touch so that we can send you […]

‘Research Away’: Archives and Libraries

No matter your discipline, your PhD research might require you to travel away from the UofG. In my case, I had the privilege to visit both private and public archives to consult manuscripts from the sixteenth-century. Summer is a great time to embark on a research trip – if you are visiting another university then […]

Reflections on Postgraduate Conference Planning

This is a guest post by Victoria Shropshire, a second-year PhD student in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow.   On 7 and 8 June, the College of Arts of the University of Glasgow successfully ran its 6th annual international postgraduate interdisciplinary conference. The great thing about this conference is that it’s run BY […]

Hello from Sian & the launch of PGR Lunchtime Walks 2.0

I feel like a bit of an imposter featuring here as I haven’t embarked upon a PhD nor a career in research… but I’ve heard you’re a welcoming bunch and I want to re-instate the PGR lunchtime walks: so read on and hear me out!     My name is Sian and I will be […]