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Prof. Andrea Armani Jun 17
Going over a presentation time limit is not an indicator of the quantity of your awesome science. It is an indicator that you can't prepare (or choose not to prepare) a well-organized talk. It is also an insult to every other speaker in the session.
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Dr. Susan Wardell Jun 16
Imagine if there was a rule that for every academic output, we had to match it with a 'public' output. e.g. a blog, or 2min video, or infographic, or news story, making the findings or argument accessible for audiences outside the ivory tower 1/2
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Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana, Ph.D. Jun 17
My problem with writing conclusions is I already said what I wanna say. 🤷🏽‍♀️
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Fay Lin Jun 19
Hey mentors - Please don't give mentees the "I can't believe you don't know this" look/tone/attitude. It makes mentees feel discouraged and promotes . Instead, give them the "I'm happy to teach you if you don't know" attitude.
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Jason Chow Jun 17
: Anyone ever haul themselves to definitely the wrong place for a conference? Abstract: I’m on the wrong side of Canada 1/18
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Curious Cutie Jun 22
Hello How much work experience did you have before starting your academic careers ? Would you say that it helped or hindered your academic career? What would you recommend to a masters student thinking about jumping straight to do a PhD next?
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Dr. Amy McPherson Jun 17
I didn’t get an award today, one I would have been so proud to receive. We rarely hear when people aren’t successful, so this is for everyone who has also had to sit through a ceremony with a fixed smile. My advice: a cold cider afterwards really helps.
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The PhD Story Jun 19
Why oh why do I read my teaching evaluations?
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KonstantinosTravlosPHD 7m
considering were I think US political culture is heading, what is a good bibliography on the Dutch pillarisation period and how it worked abd didn't.
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Tania Evans🌈 2m
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Literature_Lady, PhD Jun 22
I just convinced my kid that whitewashing fence posts was fun. DON'T TELL ME AN ENGLISH DEGREE IS WORTHLESS!🤣🤣🤣
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Matthew M. Pincus Jun 18
I'm defending my dissertation on women crime writers in 2 days 🙃
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Jooyoung Lee🥋 Jun 17
2 types of people to avoid in school: 1) Uber-competitive people & 2) complainers. Both will drag you down. Surround yourself with positive people who are similarly excited about their work & hustling. No time for that.
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LSE Impact Blog 11h
Using Twitter as a data source: an overview of social media research tools (2019)
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Heather Katz 11h
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Megan H. MacKenzie 5h
Observation: you cannot supervise PhD students through criticism alone!! Constant criticism without guidance/suggestions/positive examples can wear away at brilliant students' confidence and leave them exhausted + unmoored from *their* intellectual pursuit.
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Metaphors & Memes Jun 21
What tips do y'all have for those looking to improve their writing?
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community college prof 10h
I need your help, . One of the hardest working students I’ve ever met just asked me with tears in her eyes if her community college classes were “as good” as a private 4-year school. A 4yr uni student told her they weren’t. (1/?)
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The Meanest TA 15h
Being on has made me realize how lucky I am to have my chair. She’s genuinely like a parent to me, and always has my back no matter how close I get to mad scientist territory. And every time I meet someone who knows her well they tell me I am exactly like her.
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Lydia Muyingo Jun 23
When it's poster time and lunch time at the same time.
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