reflections on academia

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How to Get from Competition to Collaboration in Academia (A. S. CohenMiller)

What happens when you come across another academic who seems so incredibly amazing that you are no longer sure where you stand? Recently, I came across a website and fellow academic who blew me awa… Continue reading


Channelling writing into another avenue (A. S. CohenMiller)

Originally posted on Hippie Mama PhD:
It’s been really strange to not have a BIG project to work on, research and write. The dissertation is (basically) done (minus a couple editing bits). An interesting part of finishing this part of the academic journey is that I miss it. I don’t know if this happens to…

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