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Thesis forum *UPDATE*

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The thesis forum will be taking a break during the holidays but will return once term starts. If you would like to catch up on last term's activities, take a look at the links below:

Reflecting on the PhD
The viva
Approaching your final year
Publishing a monograph

We hope to share videos and slides from these sessions very soon.

Thesis Forum 2012/13

If you would like to get involved with future thesis forums, please get in touch! The forum is intended as a friendly and welcoming space where doctoral researchers from all disciplines and all stages of the PhD can come together and share their experiences.

We welcome short, informal presentations (10-15 minutes) on your experience of researching and writing your PhD thesis. Suggested topics could include: getting started, supervisor issues, tackling the APG, studying away from home, staying motivated, setbacks, writing habits, juggling teaching...any topic you feel is important to doctoral researchers, we'd love to hear about it!

We also welcome contributions from postdoctoral researchers and early career academics.

For more details contact Helen

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