Inaugural Symposium – Professional Doctorate Society

Inaugural Symposium – Professional Doctorate Society This week I have been working through my presentation for the Inaugural symposium. An observation of my content is how much doctoral students go through, during their academic journey. It is a lonely and arduous pursuit in the hope that the outcome will inform academic knowledge. Not for the faint hearted, however, as I move closer to the completion, I can reflect and witness my own personal growth and resilience.

Please join me and other PhD and ProfDoc students to share in our experiences and share trials and tribulations of the doctoral journey. All the information you need is below;

The Professional Doctorate Society, based in Glasgow Caledonian University, is hosting its Inaugural Symposium. This is a student-led volunteer movement, and the symposium is free of charge.

The purpose of the symposium is for people to share experiences with each other – both academic and personal, related to the Doctoral student pursuit – in the hope that it will inform and inspire others to persist with their own studies. This symposium will consist of a few short presentations by Doctoral students, followed by a short Q&A. The presentations will be from a variety of topics and academic fields. Although most of the students will be from Glasgow Caledonian University, other students (past, present or future) Professional Doctorate or PhD students and those working in academia are welcome to participate and contribute to the symposium. It is intended to record the symposium and publish it on the internet.

The link below will take you to the registration page. We look forward to your engagement and participation. #ProfDocSoc

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