You Can Learn Programming

Being a research student means pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. For blogger Greta, this meant taking a leap from a qualitative social sciences-based research to a computational one, and in the process, learning to love programming. In this week’s blog, Greta shares her passion, talking you through how to push yourself in the... Continue Reading →

Reflections of a PhD Student: One Month In

In October, Warwick alumni Emily began her PhD at the Institute of Cancer Research, she shares her October reflections and advice here, one month into her studies. By Emily Alger Emily graduated from Warwick this summer. Image: Emily Alger. As I write this, I’m on my first ever conference in Cambridge – first attending a... Continue Reading →

On the Thesis Path: The Final Push

For the past year, we have been following blogger Lucia on her road to submission. We've been through spells of positivity, difficult times, conference panels, and even a trip back home. Now, it is the time to submit. If you'd like to read her journey so far, you can read posts from January, February, March,... Continue Reading →

Welcome to PhD Life

Welcome to Warwick. Congratulations on starting your research journey, and we wanted to give you a special welcome from the PhD Life blog. This blog is part of Warwick Library and is written and organised by researcher and for researchers. We publish a post every week, on Wednesdays at 2.30pm, providing you with all the... Continue Reading →

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