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20th February 2024

Integrating - By Caroline Berger PhD student at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University. Photo by Caroline Berger. Although I am not integrated, I am integrating, not into the...

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12th February 2024

A Dive into the Unknown - By Andrew Fenn PhD student at the Centre of Maritime Health and Society, University of Southern Denmark. Original photo by Andrew Fenn, edited using...

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9th February 2024

Resilience in the Rift: Navigating Identity, Academia, and the Shadows of War - By Arman Simonyan PhD student at the Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen. Image...

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7th February 2024

Not Barbed, yet Borders - By Paul (pseudonym) PhD student at the University of Southern Denmark. Image generated by OpenAI's DALL-E, used with permission. In the span of half a...

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6th February 2024

Following the Neuro[divergent] Pathways - By Klaudia Tokarska PhD student at the Center for Translational Neuromedicine, University of Copenhagen. Image generated by OpenAI's DALL-E, used with permission. Did I need...

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29th January 2024

Self-Reflection in Cold Waters - By Natacha Leininger Severin PhD student at the Department of Veterinary and Animal Science, University of Copenhagen. Image generated by OpenAI's DALL-E, used with permission....

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16th December 2023

Navigating imposter syndrome and life in a foreign land as a first-year PhD student - By Ahaana Mahanti PhD student at the Department of Management, Society and Communication, Copenhagen Business School....

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4th December 2023

When dreams clash with reality: Chronic illness during a PhD - By Maria Jørgensen PhD student at the Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen. Image created using Adobe Express by...

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2nd November 2023

PANDaVerse: Denmark's PhDs Writing Their Network Blog Purpose and Audience   The PAND blog, PANDaVerse, is a platform for early-career researchers in Denmark. It features personal essays related to the...

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