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Being ‘fit for purpose’ in the modern knowledge economy

"This is not your supervisor's market", asserted Donna Yates in one of our recent posts. But what kind of market is it then, and how can PhD graduates find their place in it?  Furaha and Billy reflect on the changing landscape of modern... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Case study: Impact in the Arts and Humanities

What is impact? What does it mean for ECRs? This case study, by Charlotte Mathieson, focuses on Dr Laura King, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow whose work involves a number of public engagement activities. Dr Laura King is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow... Continue Reading →

Impact and Early Career Researchers

Impact is a key word in academia at the moment, but what does it mean and how can early career researchers get involved in Impact activities? In this short guide to impact for ECRs Charlotte Mathieson explains all. What is... Continue Reading →

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