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How to be a Digital Academic 1
Building relationships

How to be a Digital Academic 1

I arrived Scarman House, Warwick University, with high expectations. It was the venue for the Digital Academic workshop organised by Jobs.ac.uk and Piirus. At the end of the event, I was glad I came. It was worth the energy it took to make it there. I got to take a selfie with the amazing Thesis Whisperer – awesome! Indeed, it was an amazing event … Continue reading

The art of dissecting journal articles
You & your PhD

The art of dissecting journal articles

GUEST POST: TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, USA Dana Miller-Cotto (@danacotto) is a second year doctoral student in the Educational Psychology department at TempleUniversity in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her research interests aim to investigate the role of ethnic identity on achievement and academic motivation. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, and attempting new pastry recipes. To learn … Continue reading

Impact | Writing for a Professional Magazine
Reaching out

Impact | Writing for a Professional Magazine

Goergina Collins I published two articles in The Linguist magazine entitled Going it Alone and Poetry in Motion. The first piece focused on the transition from studying translation and Translation Studies to becoming a freelance translator. The second editorial looked at translating Francophone African women’s poetry, and was based on work I did for my … Continue reading