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Understanding the recruitment and selection of postgraduate researchers

Earlier this year I was involved in a project looking at the recruitment and selection of postgraduates. We’ve just published the report.

Mellors-Bourne, R., Metcalfe, J., Pearce, E & Hooley, T. 47 more words


How to write 1000 words a day (and not go bat shit crazy)

Recently I Tweeted a link to an article called “How to write 1000 words a day for your blog” which I thought had some good productivity tips for thesis writers. 1,056 more words

Getting Things Done

Mollie reblogged this on The Night Casebook and commented:

As a creative writer as well as a thesis writer, this actually does work for me. I don't find it crazy in the slightest.

are you writing a PhD thesis? [at least] 5 reasons you are now more employable.

Morphing several years worth of collected data into a coherent narrative that illustrates clearly ‘what you did’ and ‘what you found out’ is a big challenge. 598 more words


Letting things go fallow

It’s been almost six weeks since I’ve given my thesis concentrated, full-on thought. I haven’t abandoned it entirely, but I haven’t pushed at it since the beginning of August. 612 more words


Tomorrow is the International Day of the Disappeared. Mexican families draw attention to the fate of their relatives

August 30th is the International Day of the Disappeared. This day raises awareness of the fate of individuals whose whereabouts is unknown to their relatives and/or legal representatives in cases of involuntary disappereances because of armed conflict or authoritarian regimes. 55 more words

The Disappeared In Mexico

Take Your Next Vacation for Less through Preferred Guest Resorts

Sometimes you simply want to escape – escape from the mundane repetition of everyday life and explore a place you have never visited before or long to visit again. 288 more words