Category Archives: Teaching

Heels for height and authority – really?

Working from home again today and I took the opportunity to browse through the latest issue of Universitetsläraren – a publication from SULF, a union for researchers and university level educators. About half way through, I stumbled on an article … Continue reading

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How professors spend their time

Today it’s saturday. What I’m doing? Playing Wii U with the kids? NO. Taking a long walk or going to the gym? NO. Curled up on the sofa with the next book for my book club? NO. I’m grading exams. … Continue reading

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My role as a PhD student supervisor

For several reasons I’ve been thinking a lot about my role as a supervisor of PhD students lately. I currently supervise 2 PhD students, and most of what I do as a supervisor is based on experience of having been … Continue reading

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