Making the most of your conference money

This post is by Dr Alexandra Hogan, a mathematical infectious disease modeller. She submitted her PhD thesis at the Research School of Population Health at ANU in November 2016. She is now working on models for malaria transmission at Imperial College London. For an academic, participating in conferences is important for lots of reasons: sharing research … Continue reading Making the most of your conference money

In praise of the small conference

This post was written by Laura McInerney, who was a high school teacher in England for six years. She is currently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Missouri studying for her PhD in Education Leadership & Policy Analysis. She tweets as @miss_mcinerney. As a PhD student it is easy to get starry-eyed over large … Continue reading In praise of the small conference

Small World – The academic conference trek

This is another great post from PhD student, full time gallery worker and mother, Evelyn Tsitsas ... who decided a while back to do 3 conference papers just 8 months out from submission. She is now questioning the wisdom of her decision! It seemed like a good idea at the time. Somewhere, among the photocopied … Continue reading Small World – The academic conference trek