Last week the University of Northampton posted a blog piece on my new position. The newest member of the University’s Criminology team is bringing an international perspective for students, following research in her native Australia. Jessica Ritchie, Lecturer in Criminology, gained her undergraduate degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2011. She gained subsequent qualifications … Continue reading From Queensland to England, new Criminology lecturer talks about her interests
Last year I wrote the following piece for the Thesis Whisperer on Post-it notes! This post is by Jessica Ritchie, a PhD student at the TC Beirne School of Law at the University of Queensland. You can find Jessica is on Twitter as @j_ritchie13 I was having difficulty in organising the case law that I … Continue reading Post-it PhD!
Earlier this year I wrote a guest piece for The Crime Conversation. The Crime Conversation is a great new blog which seeks to connect women in criminology. I wrote on '5 easy-to-follow tips for early career researchers.' We are so excited to share these 5 fantastic tips for early career researchers from this week’s guest … Continue reading 5 Easy-To-Follow Tips For Early Career Researchers
Read a piece I wrote for the Thesis Whisperer which was recently uploaded. Universities are big places, some of them have a lot of students to manage and complex timelines to administer. Most of the time, I hope, the administration of your degree will be invisible to you, but, when things break down, you can … Continue reading Dealing With Administrative Grief