Supervising students is part of every doctoral researcher’s job. Clearly, this task has its advantages and disadvantages. But what are those and what can you do to become a better supervisor? In Laura’s article, you’ll find out.
Supervising a student puts a lot of responsibility on you. What if I fail in supervising my student? Read Nina’s first experience in supervising a student.
A dry mouth, excessive sweating, aphasia – hopefully that is not what you experience when you need to talk to your PI. For some, however, the benign stress response ahead of meetings that you may be familiar with turns into an unbearable condition. Recently, Dr. Diamandis, professor at the University of Toronto, addressed what he recognized as a “growing phobia” in a Nature article sparking … Continue reading How afraid are you of your supervisor? »