Reflection is the first step to real growth.
Reflection piece: Don’t ever underestimate the power of conferences. Conferences that discuss topics about your research field can be a great way of reinvigorating your PhD passion. Not only do they make you feel like you’re up-to-date with some of the most leading new concepts and research in your field, but you get a chance … Continue reading Speaking at a virtual conference re-awakened my love for academia
Researchers at all levels understand that conducting research within the UK Higher Education system requires a process. A process which regularly goes through stages of: choosing a research topic; searching, reading and reviewing literature; identifying participants or a sample; choosing methods to collect data; the process of data collection, writing up the findings; and disseminating … Continue reading Towards decolonising research processes
This is a ‘thought piece‘ of writing Representation I think representation is a key and important issue that needs addressing quickly – how can I, as a Black student, feel as though academia is for me when Black professors are so few and far between within University spaces. Every academic space I walk into I … Continue reading Universities, this is an opportunity for you
This post is an expansion of my Twitter Thread. Some suggestions on how to support Black #PHD #PGR #masters #undergrad students 1, ACKNOWLEDGE – #Blackstudents. Show that you are aware this is a difficult and challenging time for us. It is bringing up current, and historical trauma which is having an impact on our … Continue reading Supporting Black Students
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