BSA Postgraduate Forum - Life Post PhD: What’s Next? 17 October 2018 (10am-4pm) BSA Durham Meeting Room, UK Join us in Durham on 17 October 2018 for the next BSA PGForum event. The day will focus on how to get and prepare yourself for a job in academia after completing your PhD. To register and for… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Forum – Life Post PhD: What’s Next?
On Monday 9th April 2018, the BSA PG Forum hosted its annual pre-conference day event, this year on the theme ‘Personal and Practical Challenges: Becoming a Member of the Academic Community’. In this blog, delegate and panel discussant Lauren O’Connell reflects on the day. I attended the BSA Postgraduate pre-conference event looking forward to meeting… Continue reading Reflections on BSA Postgraduate Pre-Conference Day 2018
In this post, Professor Peter Hopkins of Newcastle University outlines his top ten tips for getting published in an international peer-reviewed journal. 1. Check journal mission statement/aims Before submitting a paper to a journal, read through the mission statement and aims to ensure that your paper is an appropriate fit. 2. Read through previous issues… Continue reading Top ten tips for getting published in an international peer-reviewed journal
Personal and Practical Challenges: Becoming a Member of the Academic Community 9 April 2018 Northumbria University, UK You can read a reflective blog on the day here. This event is centered on the theme of personal and practical problems faced during postgraduate study and will draw from the core themes of the main BSA Annual… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Pre-Conference Day 2018
Dear fellow postgraduates, The BSA Postgraduate Forum pledges its solidarity with all those taking strike action to defend their right to a fair pension. In particular, as our primary purpose as a Forum is to facilitate a safe, supportive environment for the postgraduate community, we pledge solidarity with postgraduate students who have made a choice… Continue reading In solidarity with the strike
On Wednesday 15th November 2017, the BSA Postgraduate Forum hosted our annual autumn event, this time on the theme 'Innovative Methods for Researching Societal Inequalities'. Here, PG Forum Co-convenor Kate Haddow reflects on the day. For more highlights, see the Twitter hashtag #BSAPGMethods This was myself and Emmaleena’s first event as postgraduate convenors for the… Continue reading Reflections on Innovative Methods for Researching Societal Inequalities
By Anonymous PGR On returning to University this semester myself and my PGR colleagues were informed that, due to space shortages across the Department, the post-graduate offices in our school were going to be ‘re-utilised’ by the ‘space management committee’. We were informed that we’d all be moved to an open plan, hot-desking office. We… Continue reading Hot-desking and the Race to the Bottom.