Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Doctoral Training Wordwheel (DTW)

Now I'm sure many of you have been struggling with the nomenclature that the Research Councils use for their doctoral training awards. One week it seems to be DTCs, the next DTPs. Or is it CDTs? Or CTPs? It's all so confusing, isn't it? And that's even before you start factoring in European ITNs, including EIDs or EJDs.

Well, don't worry because Fundermentals is, as ever, on hand to help. Why not make up your own favourite three letter acronym to describe a doctoral training network using the wordwheel below? After all, as fashions change, I'm sure your favoured acronym will have it's time in the sun.

Now remember the rules: invent a three letter doctoral training acronym using the letters in the wheel below. You can only use each letter once, and you must include the letter in the centre. Enjoy!

Thanks to Carolyn Barker for highlighting the endless possibilities of the three letter doctoral training acronym. If any of you have policy-based puzzles to share, don't hesitate to get in touch. 

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