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Dr Anna Clemens Sep 15
This is a brilliant piece with so much great advice for people who want to pursue an academic career
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Hugh Kearns Sep 16
: A short guide from the LSE about using twitter in academia. Downloadable pdf. Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities: A guide for academics and researchers.
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Hugh Kearns 8h
In the proposal you describe how you're going to change the world, solve great problems and win the Nobel Prize. In reality you make a very small, but still important, contribution to the body of knowledge.
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Jobs on Toast 3h
Heartbreaking stories of researchers being forced to leave the UK at short notice, due to the ‘hostile’ visa system. “It is unrealistic to expect newly minted PhDs to find a permanent academic job with a high salary. It just doesn’t happen.”
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Write That PhD Sep 16
How to write a literature review, justify your topic, convince the reader that your research is worthwhile & demonstrate critical thinking
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My-Linh N. Luong 3h
I'm interested to hear what remote work/jobs grad students have taken on during their studies. Was it academic? a side-hustle? A transition from or into full-time work? What made you decide to do it?
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Dr Megen de Bruin-Molé Sep 16
It's...ALIVE! Retweet for a chance to win one of these eye-popping hardback copies of GOTHIC REMIXED (RRP a zillion $$s). I'll select a random victor on 16 October.
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Emily Reed 5h
I'm writing up my thesis introduction and... it's so hard!! Does anybody have any advice?
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Editage Insights Sep 11
is almost here! Before we jump into the discussions around this year's theme, let's take a quick look at some of the existing types of . Can you add to the list?
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Hugh Kearns 20h
A good reason to say thanks to your local postdoc. National Postdoc Appreciation Week
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Write That PhD Sep 17
How to write a research proposal & convince the reader that your research project has clear objectives, is worth doing, will use viable methods & can be achieved within a set timeframe
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pat thomson #girlyswot Sep 16
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ECHER network Sep 17
We're proud to share our most recent project 👇🏽 Everybody Struggles with Writing, Everybody Gets Rejected ✏️🔍 Please share!
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Write That PhD Sep 12
Struggling to get your project started & organise your ideas? Step 1: Develop your research question. Step 2: Use this template to focus & map out your literature review .
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James McNamara, PhD 1h
That mid experiment pain 🙃
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Dr Laura Varnam Sep 16
NEW blogpost! 'Practical Tips for dealing with Imposter Syndrome and Negative Thoughts'. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the discussion and please tweet me if you have additional suggestions!
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Blair Williams Sep 19
So....now I am on the hunt for a job... Who wants to employ me? 😂
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Write That PhD Sep 15
How to write for your reader & what journal reviewers want: 8 tips to help you make the meaning & contribution of your research clear
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Researcher Academy 3h
Prawns on Prozac: an example of why you should care whether your research has an impact... Find out more in this module:
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Amy Sep 18
Hey / folks, would anyone be interested in remotereteat / shutupandwrite type group motivation in Australian time zones (also probably workable for NZ / much of east and SE Asia)?
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