GRADUATE SCHOOL PROJECT: RESOURCES FOR POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS
The Graduate School is launching a project this month to provide you with information on available resources that help you make the most of your study and maintain your wellbeing while a doctoral researcher at university. You will be able access these resources online, as well as through new (drop-in) discussion sessions at the Graduate School.
The project is designed and delivered by Dr Alicia Peña Bizama, who currently leads the Life Tools programme for the university, and also contributes to our RRDP programme. She is setting up a blog for you and will be writing the blog posts as well as run the weekly discussion sessions outlined below.
This is a short survey so that you can tell us what topics you would like to see covered in the blog as well as discussion sessions.
Thank you for your contribution to developing this project to benefit all Graduate students.
1. What area of research are you working on?
Arts & Humanities/Social Sciences
2. What topics are of interest to you? (Tick those that apply)
Managing academic pressure
Increasing concentration and memory
Managing communications with supervisor/academics
Dealing with procrastination
Balancing research work with personal/family life
How to prepare for the Confirmation of Registration/Viva
3. What topics do find difficult to discuss with your supervisor relating to your research?
4. Are you: (tick those that apply)
5. Are you...
A UK student
An EU student
An international/Overseas student
6. Are there any other areas not mentioned above on which you would like more information or support?
Thank you for your participation. Best wishes in your studies.
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