Research Skills: Intellectual Risk

Intellectual Risk - skills required of excellent PhD or doctoral students

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12 November 2010

An excellent researcher at doctoral or PhD level:

  • Tests the boundaries, is willing to expose ideas to critical audience and to critically appraise other research.

Looking ahead, a doctoral student can aim to become an excellent early-career researcher who:

  • Challenges the status quo in thinking within own discipline/research area.

Note: These skills are identified in the UK Researcher Development Framework – where they appear as A3.5 Intellectual risk

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Deanna Williams
11:57am 12 September 2017


Scholarly hazard taking (IRT) was characterized as participating in versatile learning practices. (sharing speculative thoughts, making inquiries, endeavoring to do and learn new things) that put the student in danger of making. missteps or seeming less skilled than others. The Marlboro Man Leather Jacket

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