We all have to make sacrifices, be it to afford a new car or to meet a goal long sought-after. Two and a half years in, I realise that the… Read more The PhD and sacrifice →
Earlier last year I was given the chance to work together with the CEO of the start-up Yoop on a ‘submission of evidence’ for an all-party parliamentary group (APPG). This… Read more Collaborating with ‘the industry’ as a PhD student →
I hereby would like to wish everyone happy holidays! After somewhat of a hiatus I have finally managed to create a fresh (and much improved) look for this blog. I spent much of my time this year getting more familiar with Twitter and Instagram, but now that that is out of the way, I am more than excited to return to this space! See you in 2019!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’m still here! I’ve recently written a blog post for the UK Data Service, part 1 of a series, which can be… Read more Impact – 1 →
I am delighted to share that starting this month I will be taking up a 2-year fellowship with the UK Data Service as a Data Impact Fellow. This fellowship programme helps a number of researchers who are using UK Data Service data with making an impact by supporting public engagement activities. A blog post summarising my research project as well as my plans can be found here, on the Data Impact Blog. Let’s impact!
In my spare time I sometimes work for a foundation. This foundation wants to communicate academic research in the fields of marketing, PR, advertising, etcetera, to practitioners. Think about marketeers, business owners, PR specialists…
When I attend PhD training sessions, courses and events, we are always reminded that a successful PhD candidacy (at least somewhat, and perhaps even largely) depends on making an impact.… Read more Lessons learned: being a ‘digital scholar’ →
Earlier this year, in advance of the General Election of 2017 (June 8), I received purdah guidelines through the ESRC. Purdah (/ˈpɜːrdə/) being a concept I had never heard about before, I decided to investigate (admittedly, this does sound more exciting than it actually was…).