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Dr Krystal Evans Jul 23
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Elissa Elvidge Jul 29
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Susann Beier Apr 22
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Saneeya Qureshi 9 Oct 17
RT : The explained in The Conversation.
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Dr Tim Kahlke Mar 20
Great to see introducing the EMRC Forum at
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Marc Bracke Nov 16
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Christopher Pérez 🏳️‍🌈 May 30
MT c/o These conversations are so necessary! Thanks Hugh Kearns for posting ! Know your . You might feel like an imposter but that doesn't mean you are one. It's normal to doubt in new situations.
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Gis Tuan Nguyen Nov 15
Balanced approach to leadership
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Kirsten McMahon Apr 23
Are you a serial notetaker? This is the second panelist I've seen notes while on the panel (soo cool!) Its encouring to see the ones chosen to give advice are also keen to receive it
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Christopher Pérez 🏳️‍🌈 May 30
A book I may need to look into for possible workshop! Thanks @ithinkwellHughfor this post. More posts on imposter syndrome world be GRT! - All you ever wanted to know about the . The Imposter Syndrome book.
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Matthew Toohey Dec 1
Replying to @ithinkwellHugh
Or you could adopt the approach of John Nash - and our very own Bruce Chapman - and just have one bloody brilliant idea. The multiple-ideas approach would seem to be a lower-risk option, it must be said.
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Zachary Cole Jun 17
Retweeted Hugh Kearns (): Had a paper published? Send a copy or a link to key people you've cited. It's an easy way to network and promote your work.
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LAOMS Jan 25
RT : Waiting for inspiration? The best source of inspiration is a deadline. Tell your supervisor/co-author you’ll send them a draft by ..
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Dr. Alan Woodley Apr 23
The importance of non-traditional funding sources at
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Look Left Look Right May 20
Retweeted Hugh Kearns (): Plan ahead. Today would be a good day to do some planning for next week.
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City Uni LEaD Apr 30
RT CityUniLS "RT ithinkwellHugh: Bad writing precedes good writing. "
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Dr Emma Beckett Jun 20
How many manuscripts do you all review each year? This year I’ve reviewed 10x the number I’ve submitted. Can I start saying no?
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Minhas Majeed Khan Marwat Jul 6
The ability to deliver effective feedback is a key skill for researchers and . The ability to receive feedback and deal with objective critique is a key skill for research students. From:
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Zain Akram May 26
When you start a or you will probably feel like Manuel. I know nooothing. I know nooothing.
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