Andrea Zellner is a PhD student in the Ed Psych/Ed Tech program at Michigan State University. She can be found on Twitter @AndreaZellner.
Parenting in grad school can be crazy hard. There is really so much to say about parenting in grad school. I asked the question on Twitter and on Facebook and […]
As I write this, I am stuck in a small town in Ohio after an accident on the freeway on my way home from a conference. (I hit a semi wheel that came off a truck and smashed my car’s suspension system. I’m fine but, sadly, my car is not.) Whether it’s a […]
(This post is modified from a post on my personal blog: http://www.andrea-zellner.com)
A few things about my grad school situation: I returned to school to pursue a doctorate after teaching High School English/Biology for a good number of years. I left my teaching job largely because I needed more flexibility after my twin […]
Grad school can be an exhilarating and enlightening intellectual adventure. It is an opportunity to explore and develop your academic personality and identity. After years of feigned interest on the part of well-meaning (but confused) friends and family, you will finally get a chance to surround yourself with individuals who share your obscure, esoteric interests. […]
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