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Karl Miller is a 3rd year ESRC funded PhD student. His research focuses on the psychology of driving and cross-cultural differences in driver cognition. He has a BSc (hons) and an MSc in psychology from the University of Nottingham as has previously worked as a research assistant at Loughborough University. Follow him on Twitter: @Karl_A_Miller

Travelling, Working, And Returning To Academia

A former history MA graduate, Jim Hulbert, recounts how he went from traveling to working, and returning to academia. After some years of working, he decided to pursue a PhD, a journey that was jumpstarted during the COVID-19 pandemic when he was furloughed from work.

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Will distance-based PhDs replace the on-campus experience?

Kris Hill attempts to convince you that inclusion of distance-based post-graduate researchers (PGRs) benefits everyone, including those who are campus-based. Kris explains why inclusion of your distance-based peers is so important to the entire research community and how it is not a threat to the campus experience.

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Oral Defense Of A Foodie Candidate

This article by Eleazar Reward shares how being a foodie has enriched his life as a doctoral candidate in molecular virology, broadening his cultural integration, creating special memories, and promoting healthy nutrition.

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