Are you a PhD student or academic? Do you want to know what’s next or what else is possible?
I help academic institutions and their staff be commercially smart about the application and implementation of their research ideas.
I’m an inspiring and engaging speaker (well my mum thinks so) who is passionate about making the most of your training beyond your PhD.
Every Wednesday from 1230 to 1315 (Melbourne, Australia Time), I run a free workshop on various topics aimed at PhD students, ECRs and established researchers.
- Previously I wrote about measuring your success. And the next obvious step after measuring is to report (or at the very least note down or record). Hopefully, you have spent a little bit of time – not heaps, but not none – investigating what success means to you, and how you can measure it.
- There are lots of ways to measure academic success: Publications Presentations Supervision Grants Patents
- It is great to measure yourself. But the next step towards improvement is to report. I don’t think it matters who or where you […]
- One of the most important things we can do to help others positively assess our work and progress is to collect data and report […]
- Instagram is the perfect tool for people who produce good looking images. And, if you ask me, researchers (academics) produce heaps of images. Images […]
- Four steps to becoming a successful researcher: 1. Define success (or what does life look like in 5 years). 2. Work backwards to today […]
- Six simple tips for making the most of Twitter: 1. Check it. 2. Follow interesting accounts. 3. Like stuff. 4. Share stuff. 5. Create […]