Starting an ambitious project like a PhD requires planning, time management, work discipline and a clear mind around goals, expectations, and respective roles between the PhD candidate and the supervisor.
In this half-day workshop, we cover the following topics through short presentations and discussion:
Target group: PhD candidates (first or second semester) from all faculties
Facilitator: Dr Pauline Fritsch, Graduate Campus
Goals of the Workshop
You will be asked to bring a 5 minute presentation of your PhD research.
Target public: doctoral candidates (2 to 6 months before the jury examination or public presentation) from all faculties
Facilitator: Dr Mélanie Bosson, Graduate Campus
In order to built a good relation with your supervisor, you can contact the Graduate Campus to discuss topics as:
Contact: Dr Pauline Fritsch, email@example.com
A 3-day retreat with full board in a beautiful place that promotes concentration, allowing you to focus on writing your thesis, or a scientific article, or other writing project.
Up to 21 hours of productive writing in 3 days, come and try!
The first edition of this retreat is planned from Thursday 30 June to Saturday 2 July 2022 at Crêt-Bérard between Lausanne and Palézieux.
If it is a success, this activity will be repeated every year.
This retreat is inspired by those organised for several years in Canada by " Thèsez-vous ? "
We take care of everything, accommodation, meals, activities, you focus on your writing goals!
For more information, including the provisional programme, and for registrations, please see the HES-SO website.
Target group: Considering the limited number of places (14 for the first edition), priority will be given to doctoral students at the beginning or end of their thesis who have precise and realistic writing objectives (e.g. writing a section of the thesis project/plan, first version of a thesis chapter, writing the results part of a thesis article, etc.).
Contact: Dr Pauline Fritsch, firstname.lastname@example.org, 021.692.21.2