The Peers for PhDs group will have their first meeting of 2020 on January 29th.
Date & Time Wednesday 29th January 5:30 -7:30 pm
Venue: Taylor Room (Sydney Jones Library)
‘January is a time for new beginnings, setting goals and reorienting ourselves to what we want to achieve, but it also brings anxiety about what’s ahead over the next year. Many PhD students can feel overwhelmed and lost throughout their projects, but it can be useful to reflect on the progress you’ve made and talk with your peers to find the motivation to focus on your goals and aims for this year.’
‘For this session we will get together and discuss as a group:
– How to get through tough times when we feel lost.
– Our goals and aims for the following year.
– Tips on planning through the different stages of the PhD.
– How to feel confident with your progress and how to refocus/reorientation’
”In this session, we will have some refreshments and also discuss these issues, as well as asking your opinion for further topics that Peers for PhDs could cover to make sure your voices are heard and your worries and questions are discussed in an informal and friendly space.’
Further sessions for 2020
The Peers for PhDs team have planned the following further meets for 2020:
27th Feb Thursday Imposter Syndrome
26th March Thursday Supervisory & Other Working Relationships in the PhD
30th April Thursday Wellbeing, mental health and sleep hygiene
28th May Thursday Networking, communication and negotiation
25th June Thursday Stress relief with mindfulness
All take place in the Taylor Room in the Sydney Jones Library.
Watch out for the News announcements for details and registration.
Peers for PhDs is a student-led project aiming to improve PGR wellbeing at the university. We’re a welcoming and supportive group that hosts monthly meetings and regular social events with the support from Liverpool