Featured ‘day in the life of’: Sophie, Science Communication Masters student & Science communication vlogger/blogger.

A Day in the life of Sophie (Science communication extraordinaire): Hello everyone! I’m Sophie Pavelle, a 22-year-old Zoology graduate from Bristol University currently finishing up an MSc in Science Communication at UWE. I am obsessed with being outdoorsy and combining this with a love of British wildlife and am attempting to make tracks as a freelance science communicator to get more […]

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What would a PhD be without YouTube?

Sometimes, we take technology for granted and I think YouTube is definitely one of those things. Particularly if you are a PhD (research) student! If YouTube didn’t exist: 1) I wouldn’t know how to correctly export data from SurveyMonkey into Excel 2) I wouldn’t know how to graph in excel 3) I wouldn’t know how to clean my data 4) […]

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A year of blogging

I created Dr.ofwhat a year ago this month! I know we say it all the time but I genuinely cannot believe how quick time has flown by. So, I thought that to celebrate a year of blogging I would write a post discussing the year that was. Why I started my blog a year ago- For a full understanding of why […]

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Featured ‘day in the life of’: Andrea, English PhD student

The third featured ‘day in the life of’ post is from Andrea who created the blog http://researchandramblings.blogspot.com.au/ A day in the life of Andrea (English PhD Student): Hello everyone! I’m Andrea, a 4th year PhD student studying English (Writing, Rhetorics and Literacies) at Arizona State University. My research focuses on fashion rhetoric, material culture, and feminist rhetoric. Previous projects have included an analysis of […]

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