This blog is titled 'Research and Beyond' for a reason. As my Twitter followers already know, @MIKendrick94 does not always post research-exclusive things. Sometimes I post things that are political, creative, feminist, or outside my field (STEM subjects, specifically). That is, in essence, because my journey as a PhD student and an academic-in-training is holistic.… Continue reading Why This Blog is not Purely Academic
The above screencap is from the person who 'created' Crisis Management Theory; the theory that was the foundation of my Honours Dissertation and provided the expertise I needed to enter into a PhD Program. I messaged Steven Fink my expression of gratitude for his theory, and that was his response. My road to research has… Continue reading Experience is Less a Teacher and More A Lightning Storm.
This is the 'official' Layperson's edition of a paper I authored with my supervisors earlier this year. I say 'official' because I not only authored the paper, but also conducted the research contained within the paper*. For the purpose of 'impact' (aka, people using the research I've done), I'm recommended to translate my work from… Continue reading Role of strategic human resource management in crisis management in Australian greenfield hospital sites: a crisis management theory perspective [Layperson Translation]
This blog seems (now) to be a 50-50 split between my PhD progress, and my personal opinions. This post displays the best of both worlds, with a topic that impacts students and non-students. Now, I usually preface classes and tutorials with 'there are no dumb questions', but I'd like to introduce a clause that makes… Continue reading There Are No Dumb Questions
Open letters and requests like this has resulted in this blog post. As a future tutor, and (hopefully) someday someone who will run lectures and classes, I wanted to respond. I am part of the academic cohort to whom these letters are addressed and, since my professors are unlikely to use this platform to respond,… Continue reading An Open Letter Reply
http://www.publish.csiro.au/AH/AH17160 A paper based on my Honours is now available online! Enjoy~
Source: Getting Graduate Students to Revise I'm going to add to this REALLY useful post by ScholarStudio. What am I going to add? A student's affirmation. As a PhD student who was constantly penalised in their high school years for 'unclear writing' and 'needs structure', I understand the impact of good feedback, and desperately wanting to… Continue reading Getting Graduate Students to Revise