A month of tweets

In September, I tweeted every weekday (plus a weekend recap on Mondays). Inspired by Tseen Khoo (half of the Research Whisperer) I joined The Leveraged PhD social media challenge. Thanks to Melanie Bruce for fun and thought-provoking prompts. Here are some of my posts over the month: Day 3 #TheLeveragedPhD challenge #WhyILoveMyJob My colleagues, those … Continue reading A month of tweets

Writing in company at home

A couple of weeks ago, I hosted a writing retreat at home with former colleagues and current co-authors Lilia Mantai and Vanessa Fredericks. We are finalising a journal article on time pressures for PhD candidates and early career academics. The retreat immersed us in writing away from the interruptions of the office. Planning and writing … Continue reading Writing in company at home

You are here

Once again, Karina Luzia (aka @acahacker) puts in a tweet something that takes me a few more words. Acahacking the #thirdspace (Ref: Ramsden, 1998 ’Learning to lead in higher education’) #highered pic.twitter.com/ZIqlxtytPK — Karina Luzia (@acahacker) August 7, 2019 As careers progress, many academics find themselves in the middle. I've mentioned Winter's work Academic manager … Continue reading You are here

A reminder to play

Two seemingly unconnected things: My six year old son has taken to referring to himself as his thirteen year old sister's imaginary friend. (I find myself half believing him). And a couple of weeks ago I attended a gathering of Higher Education Scholars. I have previously posted about these events (The spirit of research, Yarning … Continue reading A reminder to play