#PhDTAG

Are you a PhD student? Considering a PhD? Curious about what it’s like? This week, I’ll be posting a series answering a number of questions people have asked for #PhDTAG.

Today, I answer two questions in this video:

  1. What are you studying/why did you choose your field?
  2. What does the daily life of a PhD student look like?

So my first video blog was recorded with a potato and I’m sorry to frustrate your eyes with some non-HD material.

There were a lot of other questions I wanted to answer but didn’t include in the blog because let’s be real, no one is going to watch that. However, there are a community of scholars who are using their social media platforms (IG, Youtube, blogs) to share their experiences and advice as well.

Check them out on Instagram!

@average_grad@thelitscholar@scholarculture@mason.and.miles@academiquerose@phd_mum@bookwormingh@yeka_science@okidokiboki@mariel_fresh@nerdtofit@peacewithsha@scholarescolar@gradperspective

Thanks for watching and be on the lookout for my future posts! Topics I will address include mental health, imposter syndrome, being a minority in academia/life, more PhD stuff, life struggles and advice, and other fun & light-hearted moments in my life.

Happy Monday.

-s

 

email: sujaneeblog@gmail.com

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  1. Love this post! Congrats on starting your blog. It takes great courage to change your plans and pursue a different field, but from the sound of it, public health is the perfect match for you! I wish you all the best in your studies.

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