PhD study, universities, higher education policy, gender and higher education, teaching, graduate employability
I graduated from architecture school in 1996, when I was 25, poor from six years of university. Architectural practice did not help fill my coffers and it was not as fun as I had imagined. I spent a lot of time reminding myself that I was investing in my future. I did, luckily, possess skills that many others in that office did not. My poor hand drawing skills had led me to computer aided drawing (CAD).