This episode is a continuation of episode two Start Early, the interview with chair of the Scholarly Project Subcommittee Assoc. Professor Jeremy Couper. In this extended discussion, Jeremy covers the exemption pathway in greater depth. Then, along with panel member Andrew Amos, Jeremy offers guidance around the publication cycle and identifies ways that supervisors and trainees can troubleshoot faltering projects. The conversation moves to ideas on how trainees can support one another in the completion of the scholarly project and finishes with the story of Jeremy’s first research project. He explains that his mixed qualitative/quantitative study was the beginning of his doctorate, or, as Jeremy puts it, the first apartment in his block of flats.
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