Research interests:

second language teaching & learning; linguistic identity; bilingualism; teacher education

5 years after graduation: A PhD journey retrospective

Posted: November 10th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: academia, general, Ph.D. journey | 1 Comment »

As I drove into campus today and witnessed students in convocation garb being photographed by family, I was reminded that on or near this day, five years ago, I was awarded my PhD.  Here is a numerical retrospective of my PhD journey:

10 teacher workshops

9 professional association memberships

8 different graduate courses taught

7 single-authored conference presentations

6 refereed journal articles

5 years since convocation

4 grants as Principal Investigator (PI)

3 grants as co-investigator

2 office moves

1 academic appointment

These numbers represent some picking and choosing to match up with the countdown and the list is by no means exhaustive. What they represent for me is dynamic interesting work that has also been emotionally and intellectually challenging. I look forward to celebrating more milestones in the coming five years. I will keep you posted.

One Comment on “5 years after graduation: A PhD journey retrospective”

  1. 1 Sarah Elaine Eaton said at 6:14 pm on November 10th, 2017:

    A very cool list. Well done!

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