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Your body is as important as your mind
Paul T. Corrigan finished his PhD in English at the University of South Florida after six years in the program. He now teaches writing and literature at Southeastern University (USA). You can look him up at paultcorrigan.com. At twenty-three, I stood in front of a mirror. After working out strenu
Mike Rowe on Efficiency versus Effectiveness
Insights from Dirty Jobs Earlier this week, I listened to Brett McKay’s interview with Mike Rowe. As you’ll learn if you listen to the conversation, following his stint as the host of Dirty Jobs, Rowe has become an advocate for the trades. In this interview, as in many others, Rowe argues that
How to Improve Your Reading Comprehension
If youd like to improve your reading comprehension, try the SQ3R method. This is an acronym that means: Survey, Question, Read, Recite and Review. Heres how it works: Survey Your Text Prior to reading, take a few moments to scan through your text. Get an overall feeling for how much youre g
People Judge Your Intelligence Based on the Tone of Your Voice and How Fast You Speak
Do you want people to think you are intelligent? Has someone ever told you “You’re much smarter than you look.”? No doubt it can sting to be perceived as less intelligent, particularly when you never had a chance to showcase your intellect in the first place! And while this might be a socia
Develop Resiliency: How to Move Towards Your Fears
One of the things we tend to do habitually is move away from things we’re afraid of. How very human, how very loving, to protect ourselves! Unfortunately that tendency to avoid fears is exactly what limits us. We avoid our fear of pain, humiliation, anxiety, looking stupid, failing … and we de
Why Students Need to Learn Web App Development
BY DAVID GUTIERREZ It might look that the topic is too narrow for the readers of this blog, but it concerns all of us. Shortly, such skill as programming will be equal to the reading skill and also considered as ‘basic,’ ‘required’ in our CVs. The importance of coding and other IT-related discipl
You Can’t Avoid Finishing Your Thesis If You Follow These Steps
by Dora Farkas, PhD on June 3, 2017 Finishing Your Thesis When You Believe You Can’t “How do I force myself to write, when I can’t stand looking at my thesis anymore?” “I feel so guilty dragging my whole family down with this thesis writing, and I don’t even know when I’ll be done.” “No
What to Do If You Change Your Mind About Grad School
By Jamie Kravitz After four long years of undergrad, taking on a graduate degree isn’t for everyone. If you were planning to attend grad school and ended up changing your mind, or if you’ve already started grad school and decided you don’t want to continue, you’re not alone! Changing your mind a
Opinion: 5 tips to help finance your graduate education
By Stephanie Alt Lamm Applying for funding can be as involved and complex a process as applying for graduate school. Photo by: Steve Buissinne For the last 17 years managing a master’s program in international development, I have seen bright, driven, passionate people put their graduate education on hold because of a lack of funding. These applicants were no less impressive than others who were winning scholarships and attending the programs of their choice. So what was the difference? Often it came down to one thing: They had not done the necessary planning in advance. Applying fo...
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Florida Coastal Law's Practitioner Clinics
Florida Coastal Law's Practitioner Clinic is an innovative course offering students a chance to work closely on pro bono cases with a practicing lawyer. Students are often invited to work on these cases in the practitioner's office off campus, and the Clinics are offered as two credits with an evening classroom component.
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