A great take on the importance of Master’s students publishing their research. Reflects my thoughts on this from a few years back: http://blogs.egu.eu/network/palaeoblog/2013/04/18/should-masters-students-publish-their-research/ Source: Why I decided to publish my Master’s thesis – Where there is light
While back in London recently for my PhD viva, the opportunity came up to speak with the Communications Office at Imperial College about some of my research. Naturally I pounced at the chance to discuss my research and broadcast it to a wider audience. The short audio for the interview is now online here, and… Read More »
I think the ‘Open movement’ might have an image problem. From the outside, and even from within, it might seem as though it’s a very low level affair. To many, I get the impression that it looks like it’s about toppling an industry, or implementing a policy change here or there. And with this lots… Read More »
So, as of 4pm, October 5th 2016, I’m now officially Doctor Tennant! Or Doctor of Dinosaurs, whatever. I want to try and offer some advice/experience here about how the viva was. Arguably one of the highlights/lowlights of any PhD, it’s a crucial point that essentially decides the ‘grade’ you get at the end –… Read More »
Holy hell, everything about this post is on point. How to be meaningfully inclusive in conversations about establishing a global scholarly commons.