The tale of 23 Overdue Books

When you do a PhD, life doesn't just ... stop. Most of us start a PhD later in life (the average age on entry is 32), with family and financial responsibilities. Everyone has a role when a crisis hits - supervisors, administrators, family and friends. How can we support each other better? This post is … Continue reading The tale of 23 Overdue Books

To be, or not to be doing a PhD (that is the question?)

I'm constantly surprised (although I don't know why) at the ability of a PhD program to trigger a full blown existential crisis. While most of the time the feelings will pass, sometimes the crisis is a good thing - it's your subconcious speaking and you'd be advised to listen. Last week an ANU student, let's … Continue reading To be, or not to be doing a PhD (that is the question?)