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Nicola Ellis Jun 30
If I'm expected to work from home until at least December, please can we (ie academia) have more conversations about PhD mental and physical isolation? PhD students benefit hugely from an office of postgrads and academics which is now gone
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Abhishek Aggarwal Jul 1
The magical words a PhD student would love to hear..!!
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Write That PhD Jun 30
Sample chapter! How to make a positive start to your PhD: save time, stress less & progress strongly by
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Isabelle Carlotta Jul 3
Ever wondered how a splenic MK forming proplatelets looks like? This is how 😍 Always amazed by how beautiful science is!
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Chris Cornthwaite, PhD Jun 28
Don't be defined by your degree. Be defined by your intellect, your kindness, and your passion. Be defined by your humanity, your drive, and your vision. Those don't come from a piece of paper. Your degree is just the icing on the cake
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Charity Delmus Jun 29
The ultimate guide to a PhD, a simple illustration.
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Alicia W, PhDc, RN Jul 2
Can we normalize telling poor, first gen Ph.D. applicants that they will remain poor for the next twenty years? People equate the terms doctor and money and well....🤣🤣 ( I laugh because it hurts)
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Alessandra M Lodrini Jul 4
If I could go back in time to when I started my PhD I’d tell myself: Stand up for yourself because no one else will. And learn to say NO. Time and energy are limited commodities and we shouldn’t be pressured to give them away.
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Tomás Lagunas Jr Jul 1
On paper, I’m officially a fifth-year graduate student. There are no words that can effectively describe my feelings — especially after everything 2020 has thrown at us. Therefore, please enjoy this image of me rolling into the next year of my PhD.
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Dr. Abubakar Umar Hidima Jul 3
Two events, different times, the same place. Receiving my MSc in Petroleum Engineering scroll 📜 in 2014 (1st frame) & receiving my Ph.D in Petroleum Engineering scroll in 2019 (2nd frame). Which of the favors of your Lord would you deny?
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Angela Platt 14h
Am wondering if I may need to brush up on how to socialise again (in person) whilst talking about topics other than my PhD... 😂🤣🤗🙄🤦‍♀️
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Simon Bager Jul 4
The first paper of my PhD just got accepted.
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Fidelia Law Jun 30
Woke up to an email invitation by the journal editors of one of my research papers asking if I would consider presenting my study in their symposium at the AERA 2021! Definitely yes 🤩I’m excited, and I hope the proposed symposium gets accepted 💃🏻
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Olivia Howells Jul 4
The second paper of my PhD, but the first to contain my research has been accepted for publication. So my amazing group sent me a bottle of wine with the front page on to celebrate. Keeping our tradition alive even in lock down! ❤ Cheered me up no end!
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Dr Bahareh Zaghari Jun 29
One of my students once told me I don't want to do a PhD because I cannot work as hard as you, you always reply to our emails even if it is out of hours or you are on leave 🤔 I LEARNT A BIG LESSON
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Emily Mixon Jul 2
is a roller coaster but today was a good ride: I passed my qualifying exams and am back to my “only” sources of academic stress being data, field work & broken stuff in the lab! Honestly, I’m grateful to my committee for the positive feedback & I’m excited to keep going!
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Chris Cornthwaite, PhD Jul 1
Imposter Syndrome 101. We feel like imposters because we're out of our comfort zones. If we're out of our comfort zones, it means we're growing. Maybe imposter syndrome is just a sign that we're exactly where we should be.
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Ankit Sahay Jul 3
I passed my PhD Qualifying Oral Exam...and now I am a PhD candidate!! 🥳🥳
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Grad Girl Problems 20h
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Steph Inglis Jul 2
Working on my literature review be like
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