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Exploring Lerwick and the Shetland Museum and Archive

I had a calm and very pleasant weekend in Lerwick, exploring the town. Got a bit soggy at times but still very scenic, especially the old harbour, but I picked up a knitted souvenir (I’m the proud new owner of a Shetland fisherman’s cap – now my project hat!). 285 more words


Little Fish Can Make A Splash - Cassandra Iannucci

In 23 days across April and May 2017, I travelled 25207 kilometres, attended three conferences, gave two research presentations, ran two workshops, and participated in a European Physical Education Teacher Education Project meeting. 668 more words

July 31, Roma Sapienza PhD

The Mathematics department offers 9 doctoral fellowships for three years. It also offers 3 positions without financial support.


The selection of candidates for the Ph.D. 53 more words


Finishing what you start

For more than 10 years I have been vaguely doing a PhD. I think about it a lot, but then don’t actually do real work on it. 256 more words


Being a publicist - My Pint of Science experience

This post is coming a couple months late but it’s allowed me time to reflect on my experiences of an exciting project I was part of this year. 843 more words

Congratulations - Dr Davina Kirkpatrick!

MAMDP alumna Davina Kirkpatrick celebrated her PhD graduation ceremony at Bristol Cathedral today.

Thesis title: Grief and loss; living with the presence of absence.  A practice-based study of personal grief narratives and participatory projects. 180 more words

Things Of Interest

Skip Benefit, not class

Benefit Cosmetics has come under fire recently for their Skip Class Not Concealer campaign, seemingly implying that beauty, rather than brains, is the thing that society values about females. 459 more words