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The Challenges of Doing Feminist Research: Reflecting on the Feminist Research Methodologies Conference

(co-written with Dr Carol Taylor)

This one day conference was held on Friday, 30th October and hosted by my department at Sheffield Hallam University- the Sheffield Institute of Education. 819 more words

This is me...

I did a little introduction presentation about myself to my fellow PhDs and PostDocs in one of my research groups. I used Prezi for this first time and it went down really well as a contrast to the standard PowerPoint static slides. 18 more words


Re-framing my PhD - preparation for a career in Higher Education

Postgraduate Employer Liaison Officer, Higher Education
Dr Holly Prescott
PGR Careers Case Study

Introduce yourself by providing information about your research and current role

I studied for a PhD in the English Department (under Dr Deborah Longworth and Dr Jan Campbell) in English Literature and Cultural Geography (representations of urban space in contemporary British fiction). 1,067 more words

College Of Arts & Law

PhD Induction Day 2015

At the start of this semester the School of History hosted an induction day for all new PhD students, which took place at Cambo House… 251 more words


27 Nigerian students graduates from The Royal Jordanian Air Academy

The Royal Jordanian Air Academy (RJAA) celebrated the graduation of 27 Nigerian students. 25 of the students have completed the requirements of engineering structures and aircraft engines. 70 more words


‘Upgrading’ to a PhD (re-blog)

This month I thought it would be useful to write about the ‘upgrade’ process which happens around a year after starting a PhD, in order to try and demystify the process for new PhD students and those considering a PhD. 672 more words

Isolation theory #highfiveforanxiety

World Mental Health Awareness day #WMHD just passed at the weekend and, while the majority of the population will have been unaware of this day, for some, and for me, it was a sort of silver lining in a world of stigma, unawareness and lack of open discussion. 570 more words