PhD Blogs – PGR Study Open Day and being on the Student Panel

The University of Huddersfield boasts a thriving researcher community and part of demonstrating that are the PGR Open Days. The PGR Open Days allow the opportunity for possible future postgraduate students to wander around the campus, talk to advisors from the relevant courses, ask questions, check out the facilities and take an active part in …

Research Launch! Do you share about your children on social media?

You may find yourself motivated, caffiene filled and ready to be productive before the notification comes through on your phone from your favourite social media website, you may not have even left your bed before the scrolling commences. Many of us lose hours of weeks to social media, some of us, hours in our days. …

PhD Blogs – Book Publication

November! I finally start getting back on top of things mentally but I am so behind otherwise. I still have insomnia but I’m working on it! Invigilating exams! Exam season starts again which usually means it’s time for everything to be quietening down on campus as people get serious. I’m struggling through but I’m getting …

PhD Blogs – Imposter Syndrome, Paris and Stalking

Let’s talk about imposter syndrome and mental health. This month I genuinely started to struggle with it. Despite starting the month off strong with a great PGR supervision meeting with both my supervisors. I started to feel like I didn’t know what I was doing enough to be here and that I had everyone fooled …

PhD Blog – Cyberscurity Books for Children

This month was busy, so prepare yourself for a long post! July starts with attending “HudCres – In Conversation”, not only was this event massively insightful about other work and research being conducted in the education school, it also helped to inform me about problems with communicating new research around children to teachers and educators. …

PhD Blog – Summer Literature

This is where the monthly updates went to die for some reason, so I’m bringing it back with some late updates. The application concept I created for my PhD looks likely to not materialise, this is because unfortunately, the build looked too complex for the students who were going to be building the application as …