I wanted to signpost you all to a link about the Research Council Policy Internship Scheme (RCUK) which is open to PhD students who are funded by a Research Council - like the ESRC for example. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/esrcdtc/news/?newsItem=094d43454ef9384d014f1d34fb6d4912
There are a number of opportunities in the Home Office, Cabinet Office and more here http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/skills/policy-internships-scheme/
I just got selected by the Cabinet Office and wi
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Last updated 29/10/2016 10:48
I am highly motivated to engage in outreach activities , but I find it difficult to find opportunities for it as I don't receive any e-mail recruiting people for it. Could anyone please suggest me what is the most effective way to get involved with outreach?
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Last updated 28/10/2016 08:01
Felipe Cicaroni Fernandes
I am hoping to submit my thesis in Dec (fingers crossed!). I'm part time and based off campus (in London), so I was wondering if anyone could share their experience of printing the thesis, getting it binded, and then submitted?
I thought I'd be able to do all of this on one day, but then realised Warwick print need a full day to get a soft bind. I also haven't used the printer at my department for over 2 years. So I'm thinking it might be better if I spend one day getting it printed and dr
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Last updated 27/10/2016 11:56
Does anyone know anything about the award, how you start it, etc. Seems there is some enrolment you have to do, but it's not obvious how you go about doing it.
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Last updated 15/10/2016 12:29
Hi there to everyone and my mentor colleagues, I am Xintong. I am doing my second year PhD in Center for Educational Studies. My research is about distributed leadership in Higher education. I did my Master's in Educational Leadership and Management 14/15 also in Warwick. My research is really important for me but I also love enjoying PhD life. :)
I would be really glad if I can help anyone not only in academic field but also any other questions in life. Research difficulties, house iss
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Last updated 11/10/2016 11:43
Pablo, here. I'm in the final year of my PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies at CIM. Currently I'm researching social and political aspects of blockchains / cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin in particular). That takes pretty much most of my time, but when I have some spare time I like to draw, and improve my (fairly poor) programming skills.
You can usually find me at my office or at the Wolfson's Research Exchange trying to finish a chapter, a paper, an abstract, or whatnot.
You can take a look at my we
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Last updated 08/10/2016 15:25
My name is Anjali and I am a 1st year PhD student and now a PG Mentor :)
I'm a Chancellor's scholarship holder. This is my second time at Warwick. I completed my Masters in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from WMG in 2014. I love cooking, dance, and dogs!
Please feel free to ask me anything.. could be personal or professional life! Most of the time I am located in the Main Library building. If you want to meet me, drop a message and we could grab a coffee or drink together
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Last updated 07/10/2016 13:53
I would like to know if anyone has any tips on finding the 'right' viva examiner? Also, should it be the supervisor or the student who approaches the external examiner to see if they are willing to examine the thesis?
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Last updated 04/10/2016 15:27
I'm looking to complete a PhD after my Masters, but am unsure of the specifics of how I go about finding / applying for one, choosing a research topic, finding a supervisor/university etc. so would like some tips.
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Last updated 29/09/2016 10:23
Alec Chamberlain Cann
I'm new to researching and a bit overwhelmed by all the information I've found. Any tips on how to manage the informaiton and find the useful stuff?
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