In summer 2003, I put my MSc in computing into part-time mode to take up a part-time job in e-learning in maths at the University of Nottingham. Since then, I have done various combinations of paid work and education, until I handed in my PhD this summer. Viva notwithstanding,1 I am now only working on one activity: I am a lecturer of mathematics.
This week, I started a full-time contract in this role. This means I am full-time on one activity for the first time since summer 2003. In recognition of this, I hope you won’t mind a little self-indulgence on my part. I have quickly mocked up the following image showing my part-time working life over recent years.2 Here’s hoping for a period of greater stability in full-time working.
- Though, in fact it’s quite something to withstand. [↩]
- It misses some of the detail and is not completely accurate (like all good infographics, right?), but hopefully you get the idea. [↩]