02 novembre 2018

Stretch Your Teaching Muscles

Lessons in teaching undergraduates from across the (imagined) Humanities/STEM line. More...

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Returning to the Classroom as a Student

Thoughts from a teacher on becoming a student again after a few years away. More...

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Who Are You?

What I learned about Myself and Managing Graduate School from Watching 90’s Sci-fi Shows. More...

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Grad Student Reads: The Professor Is In

Preparing for the job market with the help of Karen Kelsky's book, The Professor Is In: The Essential Guide to Turning Your Ph.D. into a Job. More...

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A GradHacker Exam Prep Roundup

Looking back at past posts about surviving your written and oral exams. More...

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Catastrophe-Proof Your Dissertation

On how taking a wholistic approach to writing a dissertation—from selecting a program and exploring LaTeX, to backing it all up—can help you prevent the worst from happening. More...

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The Grad Activist: Get Out the Vote

Tips and resources that will help you get out the vote on campus. More...

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My Dissertation Go Bag

Keeping everything you need to write in one place so you can work anytime anywhere. More...

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When Your Battery Is Low: Get a Jumpstart

Creating a plan to get you through particularly busy and stressful times in graduate school. More...

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When Critiques Clash

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. Opinions not backed by facts on community colleges. More...

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