The part-time doctorate: when time flies and stands still

This post is from Nicole Brown. Nicole is a Lecturer in Education, who embarked on a part-time doctoral journey as a (very) mature student. In her contribution she writes about the flexibility of time, as she has experienced it in her studies. She tweets as @ncjbrown Doing a doctorate is difficult, engaging in that researchContinue reading “The part-time doctorate: when time flies and stands still”

There’s only 24 hours in a day!

This weeks contribution is from Meredith Rose (@20Biscuitcrumbs). Meredith is an Early Years Course Leader and Senior Lecturer who is also doing a part time PhD. Her research is focused around curriculum design and dilemmas, including meeting the differing needs of students. Many of us will recognise that time disappears like snow in summer, when you are doing a PhD. YouContinue reading “There’s only 24 hours in a day!”