Tuesday, September 02, 2008

again, excuse the non-knitting

PhD done (noname)

Passed. I have to add a short section to the introduction on methodology, and another short section on theory to the conclusion before I finally submit it to the University library, but its basically done.

Plus, I haven't blogged about this yet, but I have a job. At least for the next year, I'm going to be Lecturer in Science Communication at Imperial College, London.

Normal knitting service will be resumed shortly.

47 comments:

Ali said...

Massive congrats! All those eager young minds to corrupt! :D

Justine said...

Yay! So when can we call you Doctor?

emmms said...

Hurrah! Well done!

mooncalf said...

Congratulations on both things! Very well done!

wazz said...

Many congrats, Dr. Alice

Lara said...

wooo hooo! Well done Dr Alice. (kirsty and I can call you that rather than flatmate Alice). You must be so relieved!!! HURRAH!

Pig wot flies said...

Woo hoo! Well done you! And congratulations on finding gainful employment.

RooKnits said...

Congratulations!

kv said...

CONGRATULATIONS! A big, big step, and good luck with the new job.

Alice from france said...

Yay! Congratulation for eveything! You spend great moment even you don't knit much!

barefoot rooster said...

hooray! i think my appreciation for this milestone has doubled, as this week i've begun the several year slog towards my own PhD.

glad to see that you are celebrating. and double hooray for the job.

Kay-From the Back Yard said...

Congrats! I'm happy for you.

jodi said...

Brilliant!

Elizabeth said...

Big congratulations, Dr. Alice! And the job sounds awesome - good for you.

emily said...

Congratulations! Doesn't it feel great?

verybusymonkey said...

Congratulations! For both finishing and the job!

MeowGirl said...

hip hip hooray!
congrats congrats congrats!!

Nadia said...

Congrats!

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations!

Jane said...

Congratulations! Enjoy the celebrations, you deserve it :)

itslikearuin said...

congratulations!

birdwoman said...

Yay! Many congrats.

cob_web said...

Forgot to comment on your LJ, congratulations!! It doesn't quite feel real until you've finished your corrections and handed it in. Oh, and wearing the silly hat is fun too :-)

Knittiana! said...

Congratulations!

Christie said...

Congrats! WHOO HOO!

LizKnits said...

Congrats ... enjoy the accomplishment!

Leonie said...

Congrats on achieving what does seem at points a never ending task, mine was completed 3 years ago and I am yet to use it since I am home with the kids...and lucky you will get to use yours WITH the kids! Go Dr Alice!!!

emilyoboe said...

!!!!!
congratulations!

The A.D.D. Knitter said...

Yo Little Miss, a job as well?? That is fantastic!

Cassie Louise said...

Congratulations - for both the job and for finishing your PhD!

knitlady said...

Woohoo! Congrats!

Desiknitter said...

Hearty congratulations on both the PHD and the job! Imperial College - wow! I hope you are celebrating madly.

Lolly said...

Goodness me, this is SO exciting! Biggest congratulations to you!

KGLO said...

Congratulations Dr. Slippedstitch! You deserve it :)

startare said...

Toutes mes félicitations, Docteur Alice!

Veronique said...

Congrats again! And you already have a job lined up?! Impressive :)

ysolda said...

Congratulations doctor!

Maybe I'll see you at Iknit :)

Knittripps said...

Congratulations!

Julie said...

HOLY COW! Congratulations!!! Anyone who can get a PhD and remain sane has my respect. Knitting on top of it?? Wow. And that's a heck of a job to go to!

glittrgirl said...

well done! i may be in touch with you when you are settled in your new job.....

Erin said...

Wow, congratulations!

Cathy said...

Congratulations AND Congratulations!!

Elemmaciltur said...

Tad late to the party, but CONGRATS!!!

Noemi said...

Wow!!!
Congratulations!!!

ponyknit said...

Congrats!!!

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