Associate Tutoring – Discussion Group: 15 June

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Last week, the Sussex Research Hive’s scholars ran a drop-in discussion group on the topic of ‘Thesis writing: Sharing experiences, challenges and top tips’.  The event was full to capacity, and the scholars have posted the discussion on the Research Hive blog. The writing discussion proved popular and a waiting list resulted, so a second date will be sheduled shortly – watch this space, or follow the Hive on Twitter: @SussexResHive.

On the back of this success, the scholars have organised a second drop-in discussion with a new theme:

Associate Tutoring Drop-In Discussion Group – Sussex Research Hive, Wednesday 15 June 2pm

Have you thought about being an associate tutor while you research for your Doctorate?  Want to know what’s involved?

Are you already an Associate Tutor and want to share experiences, get tips from others and discuss the challenges and rewards of the job? Want to talk about associate tutoring with others that also have experience?

Then come along to the second Hive Scholar workshop/round table event on Associate Tutoring on Wednesday 15 June at 2pm – the group will be lead by Karen Burrows doctoral researcher and associate tutor in Media, Film and Music.  It will be a chance to share experiences and get tips from fellow tutors or just to find out what you can expect.  Also present will be Chris Kempshall and Craig Haslop both experienced associate tutors from History and Media, Film and Music.

If you would like to come along please let us know at


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    Guneet Singh said:
    June 11, 2011 at 19:41

    Thanks Sarah..I will watch out for it.. 🙂

    Guneet Singh said:
    June 10, 2011 at 19:33

    Hi !! Do post the minutes of the seminar on the blog, or if there is also a webinar being planned, please let me know about it.. As someone who is planning to join D.Phil in Neuroscience this Fall, but not assured of any financial support so far, this might really be helpful to me

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