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Detaljer Om Varen
- Paperback: 162 sider
- Udgiver: Peter Lang AG International Academic Publishers (December 2017)
- Forfattere: Christopher McMaster, Caterina Murphy og Jakob Rosenkrantz de Lasson
- ISBN: 9781433150043
The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding is an edited book written for prospective and current doctoral students by a mix of doctoral students and those who have recently completed their doctorates. The premise is simple: if you could go back in time and talk with yourself when you began your studies, what advice would you give? Isn't hindsight a bonus? If only I knew then what I know now!
The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding follows editions focused on study in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia, the U.K., U.S., and South Africa. What sets The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding apart from many others on the market is its down-to-earth and practical approach. Furthermore, its originality also lies in the fact that it is grounded in the context of doctoral studies in the Nordic countries.
Enjoy the Journey - Preface
- Part One: Practical Matters - Simon Krogh: Technological Tools for 21st Century PhDs - Julian Geiger: Paper Is Power: The Art of Making Notes - Andreas Kamstrup: Feedback as an Integral Part of Academic Writing - Roope A. Kallionp??: Failures and Setbacks: Contaminated Cell Cultures, Missing Data and Rejected Manuscripts - Jakob Rosenkrantz de Lasson: Writing the PhD Thesis: Planning, Getting Started and Getting Done - Part Two: New Opportunities - Christine Cox Eriksson: I Feel Like a Complete Idiot! Starting a PhD Program in a New Field - Anne Vorre Hansen: Returning to Academia - BethAnne Paulsrud: But Do I Really Have Anything to Say? Conferences and the PhD Student - Part Three: Wellbeing and Support - Kamma Overgaard Hansen: Maintaining Your Mental Health All the Way Through the PhD Process - Bethany Rogers: My Disability Does Not Define Me - Laurie Prange: Studying with Sensory Processing Disorder: Reframing Disabilities as Strengths - Part Four: A Matter of Relationships - Louise Floor Frellsen: The Evolving Relationship Between Supervisor and PhD Student - BethAnne Paulsrud: You, Your Supervisor, and the Importance of fika - Natasha A. Webster: Parental Leave During Your PhD: Planning, Plotting and Passing! - Carsten Lund Pedersen: Boundary Spanning Research: The Industrial PhD - Part Five: Going North to Study - Julie A. Niziurski/Judy Bruce/Sharon Stein/Christopher McMaster: No Tuition at All? Opportunities for the International Student - Luke John Murphy: Speaking Scandinavian: From the Classroom to the Lunch Room - Andrei Andryieuski: Challenges for International PhD Students Studying in Scandinavia - About the Contributors.