…and suddenly campus is quiet. The undergraduates have gone home for the Christmas break and the short days and grey weather discourage lingering in the Green Heart. There’s a feeling of winding down as staff and researchers breathe more easily now that the freneticism of the Autumn Term is over. What will you be doing over the Christmas break?
Continue reading “Fast away the old year passes…”
In this post, Catherine Robertson from Library Services highlights wellbeing services offered by the Library, and invites you to “check up” on your wellbeing.
Now we’re halfway through the year, it may be a good time to check in on your mental health and well-being. In January, there was a post with lots of suggestions for actions you can take to improve your wellbeing – did you do any of the suggestions? Do you have any of your own suggestions to share with other researchers?
Library Services are always keen to provide an environment that is conducive to research and well-being, and here are some things you may not have considered:
This space has been created for all members of the University to use and benefit from. Continue reading “Wellbeing check-up”
2019 has begun, and I hope you got what you needed from the recent Christmas break. Here’s looking forward to a happy 2019!
Continue reading “Happy New Year!”
Recently, Melina Delmas, PGR in Modern Languages, was giving advice to a friend of hers who is starting her PhD this September. Melina shares her helpful tips with all of us as a welcome to our new PGRs.
Are you a new postgraduate researcher at the University of Birmingham? Do you feel a bit daunted at the thought of starting this new adventure? If so, fear not. Lucky for you the University of Birmingham has lots of resources to help you. Here are a few tips to start you off on the right foot! Continue reading “Welcome to the University of Birmingham!”