"covid-19" blog posts
Posted on: 9 September 2021 | Category: Blog posts
Being a postdoc often feels like a transition state; we’re no longer students but we’re still finding our niche.
Posted on: 6 September 2021 | Category: Blog posts
Increasing public knowledge, and the confidence to use that knowledge, can empower and inspire people.
Posted on: 23 August 2021 | Category: Blog posts
Here are some of my top tips on how to thrive as a researcher under difficult circumstances.
Posted on: 12 February 2021 | Category: Blog posts
Dr James Howard, Director of The Academy, talks about how we as an organisation are making sense of ‘hybrid forms of practice’.
Posted on: 18 December 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Dr Katherine Roscoe writes about her experience of being an organiser for the Images of Research in the Time of Coronavirus competition as part of the Research Staff Conference 2020.
Existence is not an individual affair: Reflections of a new postdoc starting their role during the pandemic
Posted on: 11 December 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Caroline Redhead reflects on the experience of starting a new postdoc role during the pandemic.
Creating a “new normal”: Can we narrow the gender and ethnic inequities in academia made worse by COVID-19?
Posted on: 2 December 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Dr Kris Subramaniam discusses the question of whether we can narrow the gender and ethnic inequities in academia made worse by COVID-19.
Posted on: 30 October 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Dr Michael Robinson relates his experience of working from home as an Early Career Researcher.
Posted on: 11 September 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Denise Chilton covers the impact of COVID-19 on professional and personal lives and provides advice on coping strategies.
Posted on: 7 September 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Dr Fran Sherratt talks about how the challenges presented by COVID-19 have affected the organisation of NPAW 2020.
Posted on: 21 August 2020 | Category: Blog posts
Mary Jane Monaghan tells us about how being involved with the Research Staff Association (RSA) as deputy co-chair has enriched her experience at the University.