Navigating PhD study: Tips for starting, surviving and thriving in doctoral study

Gera, Christina and McClunie-Trust, Patricia and Saravani, Sarah-Jane and Roberts, Malcolm J (2013) Navigating PhD study: Tips for starting, surviving and thriving in doctoral study. In: Inspire 2013: Bridge to Tomorrow: Diversity and Working Together, 2 August, 2013, Hamilton, New Zealand. (Unpublished)

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Christina Gera, Patricia McClunie-Trust, Sarah-Jane Saravani and Malcolm Roberts. If you are thinking about doctoral study or are currently undertaking a doctorate this session is for you. This session is a facilitated panel discussion where current and former PhD students will share tips and information on topic areas such as: •scoping a suitable research project •choosing a University •setting up your supervisory panel •get through the selection process •surviving the conditional enrolment period •managing your supervisory relationship •dealing with supervisory changes •negotiating that work/study/life balance •keeping going, 1st draft to submission process •preparing for the oral defence It is intended this session is interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions, answers and discussion. This session links to the Wintec Strategic goal of informing quality research-informed vocational teaching as doctorate’s create new knowledge and inform our teaching practices.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Other)
Keywords that describe the item:PhD research doctoral
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Corporate > Library
Corporate > Student Learning Services
Schools > Centre for Health & Social Practice
ID Code:2641
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Deposited On:05 Aug 2013 05:58
Last Modified:07 Nov 2013 22:31

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