So long – just for summer!

Well, that's the end of another big year of Thesis Whisperering! As ever, it's been my absolute pleasure to bring you the blog every week. Thanks for all your thoughtful comments and contributions. I'm taking a month off to enjoy the (very hot) Australian summer. I hope that some of you will get a break … Continue reading So long – just for summer!

A journal article by any other name…

I just finished renovating the slide deck for my most popular and famous writing workshop "Write that journal article in seven days". I've delivered this workshop nearly 80 times of the last six years with a slide share deck which has now had over 110,000 views. I'm so practiced at this workshop that I can … Continue reading A journal article by any other name…

Why you should go to that workshop…

This post is by Lilia Mantai who completed her teaching degree at Georg-August University of Goettingen, Germany. She has been teaching at Macquarie University, Australia, and working as a Research Assistant at the Learning and Teaching Centre for several years. She is currently conducting PhD research on the role of social practices and researcher development … Continue reading Why you should go to that workshop…

Doing a Co-tutelle PhD… what the?

Marnie Graham completed her PhD as a co-tutelle student at Stockholm and Macquarie Universities. Her primary co-supervisors were Dr Henrik Ernstson from Stockholm University and Dr Sandie Suchet-Pearson at Macquarie University, and together they work on the 'Ways of Knowing Urban Ecologies' project. This post is a discussion between Marnie, Henrik and Sandie on the pros and cons of … Continue reading Doing a Co-tutelle PhD… what the?