What, how, and how much should I read?

This is a guest post written by Dr Dely Lazarte Elliot. She is part of the Creativity Culture and Faith Research and Teaching group in the School of Education, College of Social Sciences. “While writing in doctoral education is increasingly visible as a focus for research and pedagogy, what remains less visible is the role […]

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Offices, Labs and Libraries: Different PGR Working Environments

I have a confession to make. This post is late. Really late. I’ve been so busy with my research that it’s been hard to find the time for writing. It’s been hard to find the time for anything – but that’s the way it is with research, right? All hands on deck! 24/7 working. Busy, […]

Happy New Year!

Happy 2017 from all of us at the PGR blog team – may your research be fruitful, your publications plentiful, and your thesis successful! I hope you managed to get some rest during Winter Break and feel ready to take on another PGR year. For me, it has been fabulous to catch up with friends […]

Happy holidays in Glasgow (and beyond)

  University of Glasgow Cloisters, photo by @UofGlasgow Christmas holidays, Winter Break, the Festive Season – however you choose to describe it, this time of the year is associated with happy celebrations, family gatherings, laughter and joy. Over the past few weeks I have enjoyed Christmas lunches with my lab, made several trips to Glasgow’s […]

A Student’s Natural Habitat: The Library

Do any of you remember September? It feels like it was just yesterday except my deadline calendar seems to be saying something entirely different! On the topic of deadlines, I have only just submitted the preliminary research proposal for my dissertation, which, other than the fact that I have not gotten much sleep this past […]