Hi Inger, I found your blog yesterday during my web ramblings. What a wonderful site. As someone said in a comment earlier, I wish I had found this blog a few months ago when I was stuck with my thesis.
But even having now completed it, it is rewarding reading this blog. I already mentioned it in a post on my blog, but I will also personally recommend it to friends. I could probably give a modest contribution too at some point. Carry on this awesome work. All the best, Hilra.
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I have quite a number of publications and authored four books. I would like to convert my publications into a PhD degree. Dear Inger! Many thanks for your website! Igor Reticent Software support idearover. This is a great idea.
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I have only started the literature review and it is already making me crazy…. I only know some theory but know it extremely well. I am finding errors or misunderstandings in papers, excessive jargon and cliches in many papers, and a big gap between what I read and current practice. Am I alone in finding this? As such, I look forward to reading this blog in the future.
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My sister who has just commenced her PhD studies was alerted to this blog. I, who have been studying for my PhD for 2 and a half years, had never heard of it! Always a great read, adding to my procrastination moments! I am a docoral student working on my dissertation and often blog about my topics disordered eating, risky sexual activity and substance use, and adoelscent developmnet on my site! I am adding this helpful site to my blogroll, and hope you might consider posting mine! I have only just discovered this recently on Google Search.
This has been an interesting read, that I come back to from time to time. Would be good to be added to the community of PhD students from everywhere. Im planning on working on it part time over 6 years -which makes things a bit tricky! Any advice or posts that might be useful to me would be gratefully accepted! There are a list of popular posts under that heading on the top menu bar. A quick comment to say thanks for being a great read in ! Looking forwards to more interesting posts in Happy New Year!
Thank you so much for your website. I met it through your twitter.
I am from Turkey and doing Phd in the UK. After I met your website, I looked for blogs and websites on PhD, just like yours, in Turkish, for those who are not good at reading and understanding in English very well. So, I decided to write a blog on which I share my experiences and ideas on Phd. Thank you for the inspiration! Thank you for being encouraging.
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Now I am armed with your practical tool box, your own example, and encouraging stats about productivity of PhD students, I feel bolstered again. I can do this! Oh, and I also have a blog this was a strategy do keep writing! I am glad to have found this blog. I am currently entering the fifth year of a History PhD at a Canadian university.
Hello Inger! My thesis has morphed into an attempt to show how respect and self-respect, two sides of the same coin, are human survival tools: we need to develop them! Best, Lucy. This is me reminding you kindly! Thanks for this amazing site and for your work! I have nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award.
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Thank you! Dear Ingrid et al, Wondering if anyone has any suggestions, or if other students have been in similar straits in AU, and how they proceeded….
I am hoping that people have some suggestions for me. I am one year into my PhD part time enrolled and have made excellent progress on my project yes I have that in writing from sups…. When I say no money, I mean zilch nada and I am expected to fund my project expenses! I imagine it would be in the realm of K….. I am in the process of taking this up the chain but I am quite upset. I am at an Australian university as a domestic student. I prepared a short project proposal 6 mos into my candidature which was approved by my sups…and now my school is claiming they have no money.
Anyway, as I await for a verdict with the office of research on what can be done…. I am obviously concerned. I am not sure what bargaining chips I have. This university is highly ranked for research, one of the top in the world….. Anyone know what kind of bargaining chips I have? Suggestions Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My project is in the Social Sciences. I should also say that I believe there has been some loses of funding etc in the past year from one of their streams but I was never informed this would affect my project funding.yoku-nemureru.com/wp-content/mobile-spy/2716-mobile-phone-locate.php
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My project is something that I designed so there is no grants or anything else associated with it, nor any other students or researchers working on it other than me…. Read the fine print of the uni policy carefully and, if they do make more promises than this, by all means hold their feet to the fire. Your student organisation will have professional advocates who can help you with this. Good luck! This includes:. Funding may be available for supplementary research that is not essential to your project but will enhance your research experience at XUni.