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Stumbling towards grace with self-care in academia
Today, I have invited Kathy McKay to share her story and insights on self-care in academia. Kathy is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of New England, Australia. Her work focuses on stories of suicide and resilience. Hand on heart. I am not g...
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Does anyone in academia even know what is self-care and its value?
Today, Kate is sharing her views on self-care in academia. As an American abroad, Kate graduated with her PhD in Archaeology from the University of Sheffield in 2010. At present Kate splits her time working for the US government as a Navy Intelligence Offic...
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Lines in the Sand and Boundaries: Surviving Graduate School
Today, Rachel Anna Neff is contributing with her thoughts on self-care in academia. Rachel Anna is working an alternate academic career as a copy editor and writer for a public university. She finished her doctorate in Spanish literature in June 2013 with h...
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Self-care: PhD while Parenting Version
Today I'm inviting Lucy Baker to share her thoughts on self-care in academia. Lucy is a PhD candidate at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, researching mainstream and fan adaptations that change the gender of one or more characters. My research int...
Today I'm inviting Lucy Baker to share her thoughts on self-care in academia. Lucy is a PhD candidate at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, researching mainstream and fan adaptations that change the gender of one or ...
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Student concrete competition of Ecuador
Last Friday, students from the Civil Engineering department of Universidad San Francisco de Quito , competed in national concrete student competition of Ecuador. My two concrete colleagues and I were involved as tutors of the two groups of students, and I'm...
Last Friday, students from the Civil Engineering department of Universidad San Francisco de Quito, competed in national concrete student competition of Ecuador. My two concrete colleagues and I were involved as tutors of the ...
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PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 10 Ways for more Efficient Teaching
This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer , your go-to resource for all research positions in the Netherlands. These posts are sponsored by AcademicTransfer, and tailo...
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Avoiding mental burn-out by organizing your day around self-care activities
Today I have the pleasure of inviting Catherine to share her views on self-care in academia. Catherine is currently writing up her PhD in linguistics at the University of York, studying the role that onomatopoeia play in child language development. You can ...
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Self-Care in the Face of Affect Tourism
Today, Jake Jackson is sharing his views on self-care in academia with us. Jake Jackson holds a Master's in Philosophy and is currently a Philosophy PhD Student at Temple University. His work is concerned with integrating phenomenology and affect theory int...
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Self-care in Academia: a Work in Progress
Today I am inviting Jenna Townend to share her experiences and ideas on self-care in academia. Jenna is a first year, full-time Ph.D student in the Department of English, Drama and Publishing at Loughborough University. She is researching the presence of co...
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PhD Talk Q & A: Research depression
Mostly unrelated - but, hey, here's a tucan :) Dear readers, I know I'm totally behind on replying questions in the Q&A series, but finally I'm back with a question I personally replied to a reader quite some time ago already. Some time ago, I received the ...
Mostly unrelated - but, hey, here's a tucan :) Dear readers, I know I'm totally behind on replying questions in the Q&A series, but finally I'm back with a question I personally replied to a reader quite some time ago already...
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Predicting the capacity of the Ruytenschildt Bridge
Last December, a study day was organized on the topic of the proofloading of the Ruytenschildt bridge in Friesland, in which I participated. As my interest is the ultimate limit state capacity of reinforced concrete slab bridges, I was involved in predictin...
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Extending the service life of existing bridges
I recently gave a lecture at ESPOL, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Ecuador. The topic of the presentation was "Extending the service life of existing bridge", covering three topics: 1. Improved calculation methods 2. Improved inspectio...
I recently gave a lecture at ESPOL, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Ecuador. The topic of the presentation was "Extending the service life of existing bridge", covering three topics: 1. Improved calculati...
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Research on shear in reinforced concrete slabs
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  • Universidad San Francisco de Quito
    Assistant professor, 2013 - present
  • Delft University of Technology
    Researcher, 2013 - present
  • Delft University of Technology
    PhD Candidate, 2009 - 2013
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  • Delft University of Technology
    Structural Engineering, 2009 - 2013
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    Civil Engineering, 2003 - 2008
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Structural Engineering, 2008 - 2009
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Stumbling towards grace with self-care in academia
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Today, I have invited Kathy McKay to share her story and insights on self-care in academia. Kathy is a postdoctoral research fellow at the U

Does anyone in academia even know what is self-care and its value?
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Today, Kate is sharing her views on self-care in academia. As an American abroad, Kate graduated with her PhD in Archaeology from the Univer

Lines in the Sand and Boundaries: Surviving Graduate School
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Today, Rachel Anna Neff is contributing with her thoughts on self-care in academia. Rachel Anna is working an alternate academic career as a

Self-care: PhD while Parenting Version
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Today I'm inviting Lucy Baker to share her thoughts on self-care in academia. Lucy is a PhD candidate at Griffith University in Brisbane, Au

Q & A: What should you already know when you start a PhD
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Time to answer some more of your questions, folks! Here's a recent submission from a reader (I obviously took out the personal details of th

23 Things Top Students Do - or Maybe Don't Do
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I recently came across an article from Lifehack about studying efficiently. While I'm a big fan of productivity hacks, I don't think there i

PhD Talk Q & A: Research depression
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Mostly unrelated - but, hey, here's a tucan :) Dear readers, I know I'm totally behind on replying questions in the Q&A series, but finally

Student concrete competition of Ecuador
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Last Friday, students from the Civil Engineering department of Universidad San Francisco de Quito, competed in national concrete student com

Predicting the capacity of the Ruytenschildt Bridge
phdtalk.blogspot.com

Last December, a study day was organized on the topic of the proofloading of the Ruytenschildt bridge in Friesland, in which I participated.

Extending the service life of existing bridges
phdtalk.blogspot.com

I recently gave a lecture at ESPOL, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Ecuador. The topic of the presentation was "Extendi

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 10 Ways for more Efficient Teaching
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This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer, your go

Self Care in Academia: How going to the gym keeps me sane in graduate sc...
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Today, in our new series on Self Care in Academia, I have the pleasure of inviting Alice Violett. Alice is currently in her second year of a

Self Care in Academia: Balancing studies and a family
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Today, I have the pleasure of hosting Fouzia Choudhry in the series on Self Care in Academia. Fouzia is a full time lecturer, a mother of 4

PhD Talk Interview: Creating your Career, post-PhD
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I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Kelly, after exchanging some thoughts on Twitter about life after the PhD. Dr. Kelly is an a

My goals for 2015
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My momma says that as long as you write your Christmas/New Year's cards before the end of January, you're good. So, I'm extending this do bl

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to set goals and resolutions for the ...
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This post is part of the series PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: posts written for the Dutch academic career network AcademicTransfer, your go

2014 in review: the 10 best CD releases
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Just as in 2013, I have been reviewing a number of new CD releases over the last year for Grave Concerns e-zine, and, while you might be alr

2014 in review: the 10 best books I read in 2014
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In 2014, I read 105 books. I'm not sure if I've ever read this many books in a year (I read a lot as a child and teenager, but I didn't trac

Load testing of a bridge in Friesland
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Last summer, I spent a week helping out with the load testing of a bridge in the North of the Netherlands, in Friesland. Prior to that, I sp

Evaluation of my goals for 2014
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At the beginning of 2014, I wrote quite an ambitious list of goals for 2014. Since I shared this list publicly, I wanted to take a moment to