21 août 2019

How to Start Writing for the Public

HomeVictor Ray provides some concrete tips for how to reach a broader audience. More...

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Summer Is for Research, Reading -- and Self-Reflection

HomeBy giving yourself a little more time to consider and explore your career options, Melissa Dalgleish writes, you can plan out concrete actions to take in small chunks throughout the academic year. More...

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The Struggle Is Real

HomeJoining the ranks of students taught Laura M. Harrison more about academic underperformance than the many volumes she'd read on the topic. More...

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Beating the Summer Writing Blues

HomeJoy Gaston Gayles and Anthony Ocampo share some strategies to help you feel more confident about the quality and quantity of your work over the next few months. More...

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Yes, You Are a Superhero

HomeJessica A. Hutchins and Thi Nguyen show how you can develop career success through imagining the stories you want to tell -- about yourself, your experience or the difference you hope to make in your community. More...

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6 Strategies for Navigating Leadership Transitions

HomeBethany Zecher Sutton provides advice for successfully coping with such changes -- whether they happen above, below or around you. More...

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The Need for Outside Jobs in Grad School

HomeThe restrictions on taking work outside academe no longer match the reality that many graduate students face either professionally or financially, argues Zeb Larson. More...

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As Above, So Below

HomeScott McLemee reviews a roundup of off-beat titles coming out this fall. More...

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Unintentionally Fostering Inequality

HomeFood-delivery robots are a perfect metaphor for a culture of entitlement that divides students from each other on campuses as well as from the rest of society, argues Clara M. Lovett. More...

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Ethical College Admissions: Trust and Verify

HomeOperation Varsity Blues raises questions about why college admissions officers don't review every application, writes Jim Jump. More...

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