It’s the summer, and you want to write?! Aren’t you asking a bit much of yourself? The summer is almost the only time of the year when graduate students don’t need to write. It’s okay. I understand. Writing is a tendency that most graduate students have in common, and I know I have a […]
This guest post is by Nathan Sanders, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University. He writes about the latest research in astrophysics and graduate student life at Astrobites.
Most of the advice you’ve read to date on GradHacker has come from the perspective of graduate students in the social […]
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What would you say to your first-year graduate self? Regina S. Carter would say, "Speak truth in love," among other… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Regina Carter to her past self: "I know you agreed to give up six plus years of your life for minimum pay, maximum… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Once the Ph.D is over, it is sometimes easier to see your time in graduate school more clearly. Regina S. Carter sh… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…