Featured Day in the Life of: Natasha, a T32 postdoc fellow in psychology and neuroscience

Hey! My name is Natasha and I’m a T32 postdoc fellow in psychology and neuroscience. My research examines social and psychological factors related to teenagers’ decision making, particularly in risky contexts! I’m most excited about my emerging line of work on positive risk taking in teens! These photos are a general highlight of what it’s like to be a postdoc […]

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How to be paid for your opinions

I am all about the side hustles and all about research, so I have always thought that getting paid to provide your opinions is a great way to make a little extra $$$. You can join online survey companies who pay you (typically in paypal or vouchers) for your time and sometimes provide you with new products to try out! […]

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Featured Day in the Life of: Rachel, PhD student researching consumer apparel and retail.

Hi there! My name is Rachel Rose and I am a second-year PhD student in consumer, apparel, and retail studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. My research focuses on the intersection of sport and apparel, and specifically considers the consumption behavior of collegiate athletes. I also serve as an academic advisor for our department! I recently started […]

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Skills to put on your CV

If you find yourself in a similar position to where I was a few months ago. Where you are a PhD student looking to get out of academia and into the industry, then you may be struggling with your CV. It is hard to know what skills you have learnt through your PhD are appealing to employers. Although, I am […]

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A PhD Update, October

As the submission date is nearing I feel like I am both on track and four years behind at the same time.  Since the last PhD update a lot has been done: Study 1 is officially published and online Study 3 has been finished drafted-edits needed- and new draft sent to supervisor  Study 2 unfortunately has been sitting dormant waiting […]

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