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Impostor Syndrome

“So…are you excited to start your PhD?”

I must get this question at least once a week from family, friends, and, in one instance, a very chatty woman on the train. 207 more words

Getting Off on the Right Foot


Dissertation/Thesis Writers

The school year is right around the corner for some and has possibly started for others. Therefore, this week’s blog will touch on setting and keeping goals. 513 more words

General Information


Hi gang

One of the joys and pitfalls about doing a PhD is that is it always in the back of your mind. Whether it’s concious or subconcious it’s always there. 150 more words


Another reason to move well after one defends – you might be less distracted when it comes time to finish those revisions. I’ve had a week now, and despite my best intentions…I’m almost done revising one of three substantive chapters. 109 more words


保持與在您領域的研究人員交往 (在頂尖學術期刊上發表我的研究成果一些有效戰略?) / 我應該寫一篇期刊文章或一本書來出版? (研究生英文出版投稿日報) 8/30/2014

*保持與在您領域的研究人員交往 / 保持與在您領域的研究人員交往
(在頂尖學術期刊上發表我的研究成果一些有效戰略?PART F)
*學術英文投稿教學影片 (223) How to Break Down a Science Reading Comprehension Passage
*強有力的動詞(英文編修訓練) (12 / 12 ) 266 more words

3 PhD and 1 Postdoc position at Utrecht University on Security Culture in Europe

The Utrecht University’s Department of History of International Relations will host a new ERC research project this fall, under the supervision of Principal Investigator, Prof. Beatrice de Graaf, titled « 76 more words


Chicken or egg?

Academic in Progress has been facing an existential research dilemma recently. This dilemma can be simplified as: which comes first – chicken or egg?
3 Academics and 1 PhD Buddy (read: the most trusted PhD friend and sometimes a shoulder to cry on) have been consulted in the attempt to solve this dilemma, which the Academic in Progress lacks certainty to confidently address. 145 more words