An account of my personal style in my 30s. The final moments of my 20s were slightly terrifying I must confess. It came with a sense of finality that I couldn’t shake off – thanks to numerous online articles listing the “ten things you must do/know/see before 30…” and so on. I was terrified, but […]
I’ve heard many friends in academia tell me “heels are just not for me”, and I get it. Seriously, I do.
Meet Chimamanda Adichie, an internationally acclaimed bestselling Nigerian author. Her books, Half of a Yellow Sun, Americannah, to name a few, have earned her accolades across the globe.
I built my networking skills and it helped me land my first job after the Ph.D. I completed my studies in June 2015 with great buzz and fanfare.
This week’s professional style inspiration is quite minimalist and powerful. It’s black and green with a touch of leopard print accessories – the glasses.
Meet the Damsels in Doctorates slaying the dragons of misogyny. They are not in distress. Damsels in Doctorates (DiD) is a project run by two PhD researchers, Honor and Hannah.
Think the Caribbean, think reggae music, beaches, and dance. This Ph.D. researcher, Gabi Ferdinand, cleverly wraps it all up in a study and shakes some booty while at it. Here is our interview with Gabi on her field research trip to Trinidad & Tobago. Tell us about your research… My research looks at brands and […]
For weeks now my home has been without Internet Wi-Fi service. Its impact on my lifestyle and productivity has been tremendous, yet it remains a pain in the backside. My generous mobile service provider grants me unlimited data, so I am thankful for small mercies. Being Wi-Fi free at home has done 5 things for […]