I've been a useless and not posted for ages, and actually, I have a good excuse. Firstly, I was whisked away to Paris by my amazing partner, and secondly, I decided to take a punt and apply for a PhD on water pollution at the University of Exeter.
So I recently gave my first ever talk at a conference. Not the biggest conference in the world, but ~80 delegates felt like a lot when I'm used to speaking to an audience of around 25! I am pleased to say that I think the talk went pretty well. The audience engaged, I didn't see... Continue Reading →
Tutoring is great! Not only do you gain useful experience, but you also make decent pocket money while making a difference to your students. I started tutoring just after University, and it is something I intend to continue for the foreseeable future. Here are a few reasons why I think more people should do it: