“Wasting” no time

We’ve reached week 8 which means things in the big world of uni are really starting to heat up. I must admit, I was a little hesitant to check my original time management plan for my research project “Student Behaviours and Attitudes Towards Food Wastage”, with the expectation I was behind the 8 ball.

Although, to my surprise, I’m well on track. This past week has been spent finalising and opening the survey element of my research. Working with only 10 questions, I found it  challenging to confine the scope of my research to a succinct range of queries, which would still give me a broad idea of my participants’ experiences. At the time of writing this I have received a total of 12 responses.

We all know how unappealing a Gantt Chart is – so here is a visual representation of my progress so far.progress

The responses to my survey thus far have, in general, been unsurprising. That is, they are what I was ultimately expecting to receive. Having said that, I have noticed a couple of interesting outlier trends emerging, and I am keen to see how these eventuate once some more responses come in.

For members of BCM212 that have not yet completed my survey, please feel free to do so here!

Featured Image: ‘Wall_Food_10473’ by Michael Stern, licensed under Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Published by susiealdermann

Fifth Year Bachelor of Communications and Media/ Bachelor of International Studies (Dean's Scholar) student

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