"There's no need to worry as much as you are..."
Having written about the importance of supporting each other as a community, for our focus on the recent Be Well Week, I wanted to highlight some excellent advice from a student in our own doctoral community. The following blog, originally...
Thought of trying a study retreat?
My study retreat in rural France Working from home or university can get a bit overwhelming sometimes and one good way to counteract this can be to take a study retreat. That’s what my partner (who’s able to work remotely)...
A Doctoral Perspective on Be Well Week
A Doctoral Perspective on Be Well Week This week (18th-22nd March) is Be Well Week. The University-wide scheme breaks down wellbeing into five key areas: Be Active, Be Mindful, Be Healthy, Be Connected, and Be You. The scheme is designed...
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