Since launching in June 2011, GradHacker has reached nearly a hundred excellent posts written by a crack squad of permanent authors and guests. Gradhacker was incubated at MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters and Social Sciences Online, and supported by the Department of Anthropology at Michigan State University. We are thrilled and privileged to combine their support with that of Inside Higher Ed.
In celebration of this new partnership, the following week will feature a selection of the best GradHacker posts in technology, professional development and personal life as an introduction to our new readers.
We are proud to be the newest member of the Inside Higher Ed blogging community, and look forward to providing an arena for open grad school discussion.
Check out our first post on Inside Higher Ed: Hacking Grad School One Blog Post at a Time
Tagsalt-ac anxiety Campus Resources classroom dynamic conferences depression disability dissertation evernote family food fun Google+ grading Health inspiration interdisciplinary job market job search meditation mental health motivation networking Organization parenting personal productivity professional professionalism professionalization research semester break Social Networking software stress students syllabus teaching technology tools Twitter wellness workflow work flow writing
Hey PhDs. How'd you manage to balance the job search with the final months of your dissertation? bit.ly/2duYUHk
Approaching the finish line? Microbiologist Katie Shives on searching for a job while dissertating: bit.ly/2eYL99c
Grad students! Have an idea for a GradHacker guest piece? We'd love to hear about it. bit.ly/2eYJvEm