This past week I had the privilege to help facilitate the first 'solo' Thesis Boot Camp (TBC) event on campus. For those of you who don't know, it's essentially 2 ½ days of no-holds-barred, intensive writing event intended for final-stage PhD students to get as many words down on paper as possible. Last year we had the brilliant Dr Peta … Continue reading Thesis Boot Camp: The view from ‘the other side’
I remember the first time I learned that one of the professors in my discipline commuted to Manchester for work but lived in another city several hours away (by train). He'd stay a few days then go back to his family on the weekend. I remember thinking this was completely crazy - who would voluntarily … Continue reading Two-city living: It’s what you do if you work in UK higher ed?
Yes it has been a long time since I've updated this blog. I suppose I've found it hard to draw the line between writing for work and writing my myself. This blog, in the past, has been a bit of both because it was created during my PhD. Now that I've got "Dr" as a … Continue reading End of semester countdown