Having experienced both success and failure with abstract submissions, I want to share my personal ‘top 10 tips’ for submission to health-related conferences (as that is where I have personal experience)
Today we are sharing with you the insightful personal experience of a previous Hive Scholar of attending conferences. Katherine Da Cunha Lewin is currently an associate tutor in English at the University of Sussex. This is a repost of a blog originally posted on 11th March 2016. Enjoy… Continue reading
’tis the season to submit abstracts…tra la la…
Given conferences are on the horizon and abstract submissions are likely to be on many doctoral minds, the next few days we are going to re-post some insightful blogs related to conferences. The first is a re-post of a blog by Dr Adam Ruben, a scientist, comedian and writer… enjoy! Continue reading
Last Tuesday the Hive Scholars hosted a Doctoral Discussion on publishing research as a doctoral candidate.
We were lucky to host an exquisitely talented panel spanning Psychology, Medicine, Politics, and Physics. However, the diversity went far beyond a range of disciplinary commitments; it reflected to the diffuse and variegated nature of what ‘academic’ publishing is today.
Jenny Morris from Psychology published a piece for The Conversation detailing the current consensus on overeating. Soon after, the Daily Mail republished the piece to much fanfare. Since publishing the article, Jenny has gone on to do a placement in science communication. Continue reading