Clay sits down with a friend and fellow Ph. D. researcher, James Johnson from the University of Oslo, to chat about publishing and rejection.
Rejection as a Ph. D. is difficult. Everyone knows that rejection is going to happen, but we are not always prepared for rejection when it happens. Clay and James discuss their experiences as Ph. D. candidates, the road to publication, and how it feels when research articles are rejected. Rejection might happen for a number of reasons, but there are also many ways to cope with rejection and move our research forward.