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I have received a studentship to start my PhD (law) soon. And I am very new to the world of academia and would like some tips regarding how to get involved in as much as I can (and what exactly can I get involved in).
I've just joined an online research network (that's not a part of the university I will be attending). How do I navigate stuff like this? Do I have to inform my supervisors if I write a blog post for another uni? Attending conferences - how does this work?
If anyone else is pursuing a PhD in law, please let me know of what kind of research and networking activities you do as a part of this?
I've already had two rejections,, so haven't been feeling great in general. But the one which was my best interview was at the start of March - and now it's nearly June. The admissions team does reply to E-mails, but only to say that they'll let me know when the decision has been made. I know it's understandable, but it's still frustrating.
Anyone else struggling rn with dealing with PhD uncertainties in the middle of the pandemic? Even if I get offered a studentship, it's going to suck if I have to start it remotely.
Feel free to rant haha
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