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Alexandra Lautarescu Aug 25
I was inspired by & wrote a blogpost collating resources I have used so far during my PhD (everything from organisation & communication tools to citation managers) Let me know if I've missed any good ones.
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Ericka Boone, Ph.D. Sep 10
Have you checked out the Matchmaker tool? It allows you to enter manuscript abstracts, research bios, etc - then retrieves a list of similar projects. Its a great place to start if you're new to the funding space
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Write That PhD Sep 15
How to conduct & write a literature review: an 8-step guide
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Nick Isaac Aug 25
We're looking for a numerate ecologist for a 6 months postdoc position. Would suit recent PhD graduates. Reply if interested & we'll liaise via DM. Otherwise please RT
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Dr Laura Varnam Sep 11
Resources on my blog for grad students and ECRs, including top tips for starting a PhD, critical reading and note-taking, and dealing with imposter syndrome and negative thoughts
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Amy Chandler Aug 26
A week left to apply for this opportunity with me and Ana Jordan - based on our Suicide in/as Politics project: critical qualitative social science, arts-based methods
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History Sep 17
We are excited to announce a call for contributions to a themed edition of History entitled “Public History - Beyond Impact and Engagement”. We welcome submissions from ECRs working on any place or period.
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PhD Forum Sep 2
If you haven't yet had the opportunity to check out our online study room, it is readily accessible 24/7 with only short few minute closures for reset once a day. For detail about the space and the access link visit 😊
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Write That PhD Sep 26
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Nathalie Pettorelli Jul 9
Job alert! I'm looking for a postdoc - 18 months, £35,965 per annum (incl London weighting), deadline 9/8. All about , marine birds & conservation - bonus: it involves More info: Pls do retweet :)
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Helen Kara Aug 28
Last day for half-price textbook sale, including the second edition of my book on creative research methods (very new - out this week!) and lots of others too
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Derya Gürer Sep 11
Early career researchers in crisis: science cannot risk losing the next generation We cannot allow the pandemic to destroy the careers of these smart young people — many of whom are likely to contribute to finding a solution to it.
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Amy Chandler Sep 2
📢Job alert 📢 3 year Postdoctoral Research Associate - working with me and Ana Jordan on new funded Suicide in/as Politics project. This post based
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Helen Kara Aug 31
Half price offer on this e-book, and the other two in the series, ends today. £3.49 each! Go to the web page and email the address given for whichever book(s) you want. Pub'n due 1 Oct - it's a blistering pace!
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Craig Beall_Lab🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 9
Early career grants are now available from Great scheme and the funds can be used fairly flexibly...including virtual conference fees or anything that advances your career!
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Dr. Amie Hayley Sep 10
Postdocs in crisis: science cannot risk losing the next generation
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Hunter Liu Sep 21
A new and FREE ebook on academic writing for graduate students of all disciplines. A very comprehensive and practical guide on writing all sorts of genres in universities. Highly recommended!! 1) ; ; ;
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Swedish Network of Postdoc Associations (SNPA) Aug 27
SURVEY REPORT: STARTING GRANTS AND RESEARCH INDEPENDENCE IN 🇸🇪 In this survey, postdoctoral researchers in Sweden highlight difficulties in establishing independence from limited grant funding, inadequate guidance and unequal support. Read more:
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Kath Albury Sep 2
Fantastic post on 'looking for jobs outside academia' - shared by my fab ex-PhD student , who works in private-sector research. 4 of my students have gone on to NGO, gov or private sector jobs. Thks !
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Hugh Kearns Sep 23
It's Postdoc Appreciation Week. All over the world, postdocs work away in labs, offices, in the field and in their spare rooms at home. Often unrecognised they make a huge contribution to the world's research. Thanks.
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