PhD top-tips…

Some great top tips, PhD advice and academia guidance from Landscape Surgery covering peer-reviews, fieldwork, writing practices, time-management, anxiety, depression and Imposter Syndrome amongst many others.

This is post stems from the latest Social and Cultural Geography research group meeting that took place last Tuesday. Was a great session to be part of and I think there are many more planned, so keep your eyes and twitter feeds open!

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Thank-you everybody who attended and contributed to the Landscape Surgery session last week on top-tips  (21st Jan 2014).

It seemed like everybody had lots to say, and we have a set of topics stored up for the next top-tips session which will be after easter.  In the mean time, here is an attempt to collect together all the great resources and tips that came through in the session and that people posted on twitter and e-mailed me.

Here is a link to the storified tweets ( thanks Simon and Laura for pointing me towards this)

http://storify.com/HarrietGeogArt/phd-top-tips

Thanks all for your contributions…

Please keep adding via the comments function below or reposting

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Dealing with those reviewers….  you know- the ones that never agree…. 

Steph Morrice’s  advice would be:
*Conflicting reviewer comments can be daunting. ie. One reviewer suggests you shrink the theoretical section and expand the empirical, the other suggests the…

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