Monthly Archives: June 2013

Research culture and the graduate centres

Graduate centres are a relatively new concept in higher degree research. They appear to have formally emerged as governments placed fiscal pressure on universities to ensure a quota of graduations, although they have informally existed where ever there have been … Continue reading

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How Close to Supervise?

In this blog I am pleased to welcome William Stevenson as a guest writer. One thing a research leader needs to establish early on is how closely to supervise the members of his group, in particular how often to get … Continue reading

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