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Stephanie Melchor Jul 9
Shoutout to the PhD students who are held together by nothing but dry shampoo, protein bars, sheer will, and something that vaguely resembles hope. I see you, and I believe in you. Go out there and kill it today.
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Write That PhD Jul 12
How to translate your plans & write an effective research proposal
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Prospective Wildlife PhD🐾 Jul 14
I may not be in a phd program yet but YOU CAN BE SURE that with all the writing and angles I have revised to expand and parse out more focused topics from my already completed masters I WILL have multiple publication once I have a supportive environment of a phd program
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Bekki Laycock Pedersen Jul 11
Hey , I'm wanting to make my figures appropriate for printing in B/W & for colourblind readers. Do you know of any resources? & how find those colours in Word? All I get is this useless tool that doesn't let me use the hex colour code
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Sharon Bateman 37m
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Book My PhD Editor 12m
Are you about to embark on your journey sometime soon? Are you feeling clueless as to what you will be doing over the first couple of days at your ? Well, read on to set yourself up for success.
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Rebecca Suart Jul 12
Viva prep going well 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Luisa Moore 6h
For all those critters looking for humanities postdocs internationally, has a fairly useful list (altho there are more out there ofc!) Go forth and explore
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Hugh Kearns Jul 7
High quality writing is mostly re-writing and re-re-writing. You won't get it right the first time. So be a bit kinder to your first drafts. They are works in progress. They give you something to work with.
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Primerdesign 1h
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potatotomato🥔🍅 Jul 9
Are PhD pursuing students allowed to have single author publications? Or do you need a PhD degree for it? Does the journal house entertain such single author publications?
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UQ Library Jul 14
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Hugh Kearns 4h
Many students & researchers feel guilty all the time. Have I done enough? I'm wasting time? I should be doing more. today. Secret 5: Treat it like a job. If you know when to work, you know when to not work. Reduces guilt.
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Hugh Kearns Jul 14
tip: Stressing out because there's too much going on? Stop multi-tasking. We're not very good at it. Do one thing at a time. Close the door. Turn off all the alerts. Focus on one thing.
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Brittany J Johnson 10h
Time for some floor editing but first ! Tweeter peeps what are your best tips for editing a thesis?
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Write That PhD Jul 7
How to write a or : a guide to help you with structure, substance & style
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Prospective Wildlife PhD🐾 Jul 14
When your advisor is M.I.A. during your masters, assessing prospective phd advisors becomes a very careful sluething process through all lab webpages, CV's and alignment of research interests.
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Hugh Kearns 21h
tip: There's a lot of talk about how hard a is, how you have to struggle and suffer. You can feel guilty for not suffering enough. It's important to remember that you can be happy during your PhD. It's OK to be happy.
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Write That PhD 23h
Sample chapters! What action is & the important role of sharing & reflecting by
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Hugh Kearns Jul 14
That which can be done at any time, Will be done at no time. If there's no deadline, then there's no urgency to get things done. Set a deadline.
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