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15 Tips for Improving Your Writing in Graduate School (1135 hits)
by meredithwright in Early Career Research Community A few weeks ago I submitted an application for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award, commonly known as the ‘F31.’ While the experience is fresh in my mind, I fig ...
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Top 5 Tips for Graduate School Success (1154 hits)
by Jazmin Nicole RNC-OB, BSN, USAF So, you are thinking about completing your Master’s degree. You may be just graduating with your bachelor’s, established in your career, seeking career advancement, or an overall career change. You should commend yourself wherever you currently are in your pr ...
Posted Tuesday, May 9th 2017 at 1:23PM
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10 Tips for Thriving, Not Just Surviving, in Graduate School (749 hits)
Just about everyone is trying to cope with new circumstances and environments, writes Victoria Reyes, who provides some helpful advice. By Victoria Reyes Photo: iStock/Intellistudies Often, academic advice columns are framed negatively -- ways to overcome barriers and deal with the high-st ...
Posted Tuesday, May 9th 2017 at 1:20PM
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The Gentle Guide for Applying to Graduate Schools (713 hits)
By David Shorter I’m wrapping up my eighth and final year as chair of graduate admissions in my department. Along the way I’ve learned a few lessons that seem worth sharing with the many readers who advise students applying to graduate school in the humanities or social sciences. Perhaps t ...
Posted Tuesday, May 9th 2017 at 1:17PM
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Engineering Students Now Able to Earn Masters Degrees in 1 Year at N.C. A&T (980 hits)
As the global technology sector expands, more highly-skilled professionals are in demand. The College of Engineering (COE) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is helping graduates and companies meet that demand by offering an intensive, one-year Master of Science degree for ...
Posted Tuesday, May 9th 2017 at 11:00AM
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GradImpact: Developing Bioengineering Strategies to Combat Autoimmune Diseases (897 hits)
Lisa Tostanoski, a PhD candidate in bioengineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, was awarded a prestigious Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for her efforts to develop new strategies to combat autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis (MS). As one of nine recipients across the countr ...
Posted Friday, May 5th 2017 at 10:53AM
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Seven spiritual lessons I’ve learned from doing a PhD (888 hits)
This post is by Shifa Desai, a part-time PhD student at the University of Exeter in the UK. Shifa is doing research on self-initiated expatriate academics who have spent most of their careers working in different countries. She is also an ESL teacher, teetering on the edge of burn-out between full-t ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 10:31AM
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The Life-Changing Magic of the Inbox Sort Folder (423 hits)
Back to Basics It’s been a while since I’ve geeked out here on Study Hacks about the latest productivity hack to earn my enthusiasm. So it’s with some excitement that I bring up my latest favorite tip: the inbox sort folder. It’s not uncommon f ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:53AM
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The One Thing That Is More Important Than Social Needs: Self Actualization (882 hits)
Eloise Best Content Writer Close your eyes, and imagine the best possible version of yourself. Are you similar to your current self, with a few minor improvements? Or are you a whole different person? If you feel like you’ve got a long way to go, don’t worry. Self actualization, or the reac ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:50AM
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Weekend Reading – Doing it Wrong Edition (702 hits)
by Lee Skallerup Bessette It’s that time of the (academic) year for many of us: we are neck-deep in grading, in stressed-out student, in wondering if we’ll even have a job in the fall and how are going to make ends meet over the summer. Typically, this would be the time to share self-care pieces ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:43AM
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Top U.S. Research Universities, 2017 (401 hits)
I've produced these lists before, using the reputational data from U.S. News surveys. This year, they did new surveys of humanities and social science fields (as well as the professional fields). In the past, I gave more weight to breadth of strength; this time I've used a weighting system tha ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:39AM
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Call for Summer Bloggers (294 hits)
Caroline Winter As the academic year is winding down, we’re seeking bloggers for the summer months: June through August. This blog is a space for graduate scholars of Romanticism to share their work, their ideas, and their inklings in an intera ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:35AM
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Chooses BenchFly (381 hits)
by Alan Marnett. We’re very excited to announce our new partnership with Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) to help bring two new video-based services to scientists. For more information, see the original release below. To learn mo ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:28AM
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What is a Manifold? (6/6) (383 hits)
by Behnam Esmayli In posts 1-3 we were able to reduce all of the geometry of a curve in 3-space to an interval [a,b]\subset \mathbb{R} along with two or three real-valued functions. We also discussed when two sets of such data give equivalent (overlapping) curves. This enabled us to patch tog ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:25AM
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An exercise in uncluttering: books and magazines (391 hits)
by Jeri Dansky Some people expect that since I’m a professional organizer my home will be somewhat like that of minimalist Joshua Fields Millburn, and it’s not at all. I get a lot of pleasure from having carefully selected art work on my walls and ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:19AM
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Making Money with Your Hobby on-Campus (300 hits)
BY SYLVIA KOHL As I have mentioned in my previous article ‘Why Hobbies at College Are No Less Important Than Classes’, engaging in your hobby is an excellent way to take your mind off your studies, freshen up after an intensive day. In general, it will help improve your mental and physical ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:16AM
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Writing a Thesis in Half the Time When You Don’t Know Where to Start (293 hits)
by Dora Farkas, PhD Does Writing a Thesis Have to Be Painful? “Writing a thesis is probably so stressful,” said the kind doctor at the emergency room, as he examined my elbows throbbing with pain. “You may be able to avoid surgery because you are young”, I heard him say, “but if I were you ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:12AM
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5 Productivity Tips Each Trelo User Should Start Using (340 hits)
By Nancy Messieh Trello is a popular productivity tool and for good reason. It’s easy to use, customizable, and there’s a great ecosystem of third-party plugins built around it. Part of the reason it’s such a powerful tool is because of the great productivity features built right into the plat ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:10AM
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Questions to Expect During a Grad School Interview (517 hits)
Being Prepared Is Extremely Important to Success by Tara Kuther, Ph.D. Getting an interview is a significant step toward winning acceptance to the graduate program of your dreams. However, in some competitive fields as many as three-fourths of applicants who are interviewed are rejected. ...
Posted Friday, April 28th 2017 at 9:04AM
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GRADUATE OPEN HOUSE (1606 hits)
Thursday, March 09, 2017 @ 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM Graduate Open House RSVP NOW https://www.eventbrite.com/o/graduate-recruitment-and-admissions-division-11256190615 If you have already applied to CAU graduate programs, you are welcome to attend. However, this event is for new master's, speci ...
Posted Tuesday, March 7th 2017 at 11:44AM
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How to Deal With A Difficult Professor (1301 hits)
BY Jilian Woods Like it or not, college is nothing like high school. The demands placed on you as a college student are far greater. You need to know how to finesse a tough prof to get extensions, better grades, and more. The better the quality of your work, the more apt a professor is to ...
Posted Monday, February 20th 2017 at 6:45PM
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Why Smart Students Struggle in Graduate School and What You Can Do About It (687 hits)
by Dora Farkas, PhD Graduate School: My Rite of Passage to the World of PhD’s It was my second year in graduate school. I couldn’t believe how nervous I was, and no matter how slowly I tried to breathe my hands were shaking and I felt li ...
Posted Monday, February 20th 2017 at 6:38PM
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Lack Of College Education Hurts Rural USA (1249 hits)
By Danika McClure America’s rural cities have been shrinking over the past few decades, both in population size, and in college educated workforce, as educated students are choosing to abandon their rural homes after graduating, opting instead to move to cityscapes and urban areas. Goutha ...
Posted Thursday, January 26th 2017 at 1:22PM
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