**Collaboration** Education (including a PhD) to some is just a nightmare. To others (like me) it is a dream. But one thing we know is that it is a long process. From a young age you’re tied into the schooling way of life. But without it, we wouldn’t learn the life lessons we have today. We wouldn’t have the qualifications we […]
If you are anything like me, you would have had many goals for how much work would get done this year. And if you are even more like me, now that there is approximately 2 weeks left of 2017, you are beginning to realise those goals were ambitious (at best). Even though, I will not be completing all of the […]
If you are lucky enough to have great office pals (like I do), then it is easy to implement some fun into your days in the office. Here are 3 ways we have used the whiteboard in our office so far! #1- The Laugh or Cry Scale: When tackling a PhD, many things go wrong, so our office came up […]
This day-to-day life of a PhD student is a little different, because rather than sitting at my computer for hours, I was exploring the beautiful island state of Tasmania with two of my PhD pals! 8:42am: All ready to leave the hotel for the big day ahead! It rained for the entire weekend so it was nice to see some […]
Day in the life of Becky (Masters student): Hi friends! I’m Becky from the Middle Of Nowhere, Canada (formerly known as Lethbridge, Alberta until I called it “the Middle Of Nowhere” just then). I’d like to give you a concise summary of my past and future career goals here, but tbh I’m just winging it and hoping for the best […]
Featured ‘Day in the life of’: Tamanna, Wildlife Conservationist researcher, currently focusing on identifying Asian Elephants.
A day in the life of Tamanna (Wildlife Conservationist researcher). Hi, I’m Tamanna from India. I am a wildlife conservationist and I currently work as a researcher in Pondicherry University. I’m interested in understanding how humans and wildlife interact with each other in human modified landscapes, particularly crop plantations such as tea and coffee. My current research deals with identifying […]