This book is for PhD students who feel stuck and need guidance on how to restart, reclaim and reboot their degree. It includes advice from Professor Tara Brabazon, an experienced educator and author who offers readers practical tips on how to overcome common problems such as procrastination, boredom or self-doubt.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for PhD students who feel stuck and need guidance on how to restart, reclaim and reboot their degree.
- It is full of helpful advice from an experienced educator.
- It offers practical tips to overcome common problems.
- It can help PhD students restart, reclaim and reboot their degree.
- May be too basic for PhD students who have been struggling for a while
- May not offer enough specific advice to make a real difference
- Could be repetitive or droning in sections
Learn more about the author
Tara Brabazon is a Professor of Education and associate dean in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences at Queensland University of Technology. She has written extensively about higher education, graduate employability and doctoral studies.
“An essential guidebook for anyone who has started, or is considering starting, a PhD. With clear and concise advice based on the author’s own experiences as both a student and educator, Comma will help you to approach your studies with renewed enthusiasm and confidence.”
“This book is an essential resource for any PhD student who feels stuck and needs guidance on how to restart, reclaim and reboot their degree. Professor Tara Brabazon provides clear, practical tips that are based on her own experience as an educator and writer.”
“This book is crammed full of helpful advice for doctoral students who feel stuck and need guidance on how to restart, reclaim and reboot their degree. Professor Tara Brabazon provides clear and concise tips based on her many years of experience as an educator. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or lost in your PhD, this book will help you find your way again.”
“This book is an essential tool for any PhD student looking to get the most out of their degree. It is packed with actionable advice from one of the world’s leading experts in graduate education.”