5 Pointers for a Better Poster
Katie Shives is a PhD candidate in Microbiology at the University of Colorado. During her free time she writes about microbiology-related topics at kdshives.com and on Twitter @KDShives.
There is a big difference between the research posters we make in graduate school compared with our seventh grade science projects. Some of us, […]
Liz Homan is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Program in English and Education at The University of Michigan. This post is adapted from one she posted on her own blog in October 2013. You can find her on Twitter at @lizhoman or on her blog, Gone Digital.
Whether you teach in […]
“Writer,” “Draft,” “Finishing”: Words to Dissertate By
Brianne Jaquette is a guest author and a PhD Candidate in English at the University of Missouri. You can find her on Twitter @brjaquette.
I thought my dissertation would be rigorous because of how much research and writing I would have to do, which is true, but I did not anticipate how challenging it […]
Our Third Anniversary
Katy Meyers is a PhD student at Michigan State University in the Department of Anthropology. With Alex Galarza, she is one of the original creators and a co-editor of GradHacker. Follow her at on her blog and at @bonesdonotlie.
“Let’s not sugar coat this, grad school is tough”
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