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Catherine Talbot 6h
My blogpost for about 's UK awards has had over 150 views.
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Jen Heemstra Nov 2
Grant writing : Reviewers like proposals that make them feel smart, not dumb. As tempting as it is to try to impress by throwing around complex terms, instead aim to teach the reviewer about your research by explaining with clarity.
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Dr Veronika Cheplygina Nov 15
, how do you all organize/decorate your office? What are must-have items? I know has many pictures of his offices but I'm looking for more examples :)
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Dr Isobel Ronai Nov 5
I am moving to NYC in less than 24 hours, which seems surreal when I stop to think about it
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Dr Maggie Scull Nov 6
While frantically checking the internet for midterms news (I absentee voted a few weeks ago) I got a great email telling me I've been made a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Huzzah!
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Lynzi Armstrong Nov 7
Grant success celebration cake thinking about the 3 years I applied for academic jobs before getting one 3.5 years ago-& rather cruel feedback I once had from a senior male academic.Have always struggled with imposter syndrome & never imagined a day like this coming!
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Kate Young 4h
If you're into all things and , sign up for my @ispog2019 early career workshop at The Hague!
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Dr Charlotte Mathieson Nov 5
On a similar note, I’m giving an ECRs & the REF talk next month and will be updating my blog in response to the latest draft guidelines; if ECRs have any questions, feel free to send them my way & I’ll do my best to incorporate
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Dr Fiona Ingleby Nov 16
So if someone had peer-reviewed publications from different fields of research on their CV, how would be best to list them? All together, or split into research themes?
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Ursula Sansom-Daly, PhD Nov 7
PS: offer this awesome carer travel scholarship twice a year to support to bring a carer along to a conference or other costs assoc w/ attending 🙌🏻 highly recommend you check it out!
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Chris Wallace Nov 4
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Brittany Huber 21h
Replying to @LTU30Impact @latrobe
I set one up at the start of the year but it's just a virtual CV. Any tips for ?
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Erik Wright Nov 4
Please RT! We are hiring a postdoc to work on mining thousands of microbial genomes for signatures of antibiotic resistance. Come work in a leading microbial genomics lab alongside other great bioinformaticians!
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Lewis Turner Nov 6
Currently thinking about the names of senior academics who friends and supportive colleagues have told me that I should, under no circumstances, send anything I've written, unless it is already published or at least forthcoming
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Dr. Jenny Allen Nov 7
Science Twitter: I'm giving a presentation for PhD students on career development & I want to talk about how common failure is so they don't get discouraged. Can anyone point me to stats on likelihood of grant/fellowship apps being accepted, etc? Thanks!
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Dr Manu Saunders Nov 4
My awesome PhD supervisor (Gary Luck) now retired, has started an academic consultancy! I highly recommend him & Gayle: wonderful people with huge experience in ARC/NHMRC grants, professional development, journal editorial, mentoring etc
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Emma Wiik Nov 17
Everything is interesting and it's always been my downfall. What career rewards this attitude? Skills in numerical stuff, R, logical thinking, writing - meaningless without Specialised Career Ambition and Clear Career Plan.
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Ankit Dutta Nov 1
ITS OFFICIAL! Moving to Boston as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow next year! Grateful for this incredible opportunity to work with and team! 2018 what a year, surreal..
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Write That PhD Nov 5
Sample chapter! How to create a coherent qualitative design (from The Sage Handbook of Applied Social Research Methods (2nd ed.), 2009, edited by L Bickman & DJ Rog, Sage Publications)
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Dr Kate Gibson Nov 6
I have spent nearly 2 hours today (unpaid) just trying to get my department to pay me for my teaching work. When the system of basic payment for work in higher education is so flawed, it is really no wonder that history has a diversity problem
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