Nga! Buh da GAH or Why You Should Get Involved in a 3MT Contest.
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Nga! Buh da GAH or Why You Should Get Involved in a 3MT Contest.

This is a guest post by Marc Hudson. Marc is a PhD student at The Manchester Business School. Nga! Buh da GAH! Ngah, Buh DA GAH!! Four weeks ago 11 University of Manchester post-graduates were enunciating those syllables, throwing coloured balls around a circle and nodding, jumping and hopping. We’d not taken psychedelics, nor were … Continue reading

The Three Minute Thesis Challenge
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The Three Minute Thesis Challenge

This is a guest post by Kirsty McIntyre (@_kirstymcintyre). Kirsty is a PhD student in the Institute of Human Development and the winner of the University of Manchester 3MT competition 2016 At a graduate presentation workshop in early 2016 I was encouraged to take part in the 3 Minute Thesis competition. “That sounds terrifying”, I … Continue reading

Standing up for Science at the University of Manchester
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Standing up for Science at the University of Manchester

This is a guest post by Kirsty Ratanji The University of Manchester recently hosted a Standing up for Science media workshop, run by the charity Sense about Science. As part of their Voice of Young Science programme (VoYS), they run 4 workshops every year to encourage early career researchers (ECRs) to get involved in communicating … Continue reading

Staying Positive!
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Staying Positive!

This years Manchester GRADschool (From Striving to Thriving) aims to help Postgraduate Researchers from across the North West tackle issues such as confidence, resilience and how to stay positive. The 3.5 day course (10-13 May) is FREE for Manchester University researchers and bookings are now open. Is isn’t unusual for postgrads to experience a down … Continue reading