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A Guide to “Impact” in Research
Building relationships / Reaching out

A Guide to “Impact” in Research

In this article, Georgina Collins gives a brief overview of the buzzword in academia, impact, and what it means for academic researchers. She talks about how one can involve impact activities as part of ongoing professional development.  “Impact” describes the contribution that research can make to society and the economy when research knowledge is communicated to … Continue reading

‘Incredibly ill-equipped hulk anxiety’ | Sarah
You & your PhD

‘Incredibly ill-equipped hulk anxiety’ | Sarah

GUEST POST Sarah (@postlesbian) is a first-year PhD student based at Queen Mary, Univerisity of London. Her research aims to explore the influence of queer theory on lesbian performance. Outside of the PhD…wait, there’s life beyong the PhD? For more information on her research and other problems, visit Feminist Inspector.  This semester I began my PhD … Continue reading