We all kind of know what it is or might be, but not really 😛 How do we measure it? How do we improve it in our academic work? To shed some light on the mysteries of research impact and celebrate a launch of The Adam Weiler Doctoral Impact Award (look out for another blog post soon!), today we present to you an interview with Christina, the … Continue reading What is research impact?: An interview with Christina Miariti
Thank you to everyone who sent in photos for our most recent blog competition! We would like to congratulate Gunjan Wadhwa for her winning photo, taken on a lovely sunny day:
We are happy to announce our next blog competition! This month we are asking for your picture submissions on the theme of ‘spring at sussex.’ This can be interpreted in any way you choose, whether it be taken indoors, outdoors, of a little cute animal or a pile of books, we don’t mind. Continue reading “New Blog Competition: Spring Pictures”
Thanks so much for your entries on writing tips! Some really useful advice. We will be continuing to think about writing tips with some upcoming blogs so look out for those. We are happy to announce our winner is:
We are now announcing our next competition. Continue reading “Hive blog competition: results and new competition”
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We have had two more entries to our writing competition. Below are the entries from Katherine Kruger and Camilla Bostock, both students from the department of English. Thanks very much both! We will be picking a winner at the end of the day.
The Hive Scholars would like to congratulate Aimee Eckert on this hilarious Lego-inspired take on her PhD experience so far! You win your choice of a £10 Amazon voucher or National Book Tokens, as well as a SAGE mug, and 25% off SAGE paperback publications! We would also like to thank everyone who took the time to send in a photo. Your contributions were beautiful, … Continue reading #blogphoto Competition Results!
We are very excited to announce our first blog competition! We want your photo about your time as a PhD student thus far. The photograph can contain anything and be of anything, as long as it responds to this theme! You have two weeks to enter, and we will announce the winner soon after. Our prizes for the winner are: Either a £10 Amazon voucher … Continue reading Competition time
Are you on Twitter? The British Library is running a competition to win a MacBook Pro – and all you have to do is explain why your research is important in 140 characters or less, and include the hashtag #ShareMyThesis. Not only could you walk away with a snazzy bit of kit, but being able to succinctly explain your work’s relevance and impact is one of the most … Continue reading Tweeters! Win a MacBook with #ShareMyThesis