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October 21, 2013

Event Alert – Arts Launch Lunch

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Everyone talks about how isolating the PhD is, but it's surprising how there are so many avenues for collegiality (at least in Warwick Uni), if you look in all the right places.

I thought it would be really cool to bring this upcoming event to your notice - the catch about it is that it is organised by students (with RSSP help), but most importantly for students.

You know how you embark on the PhD and questions keep popping out of your head, but you have no idea where to find the answers? Well this is an opportunity the Arts faculty is putting together to facilitate chats about the PhD process and whatever questions you have, not to mention the chance to get to know one another.

Personally, I think this is going to be 2 hours of fun and mind-provocating chats - I sense that attending this lunch would offer me a fresh insight into my PhD and what value it holds. To be honest, I am one curious cat.

Although it's organised by the Arts Faculty for the PhDs in Arts and Humanities, I reckon you, doing a PhD at Warwick, are still welcome to attend. Kindly register on this Eventbrite Link (and secure your lunch place), using your Warwick email account.

I look forward to seeing you there!

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