From First-Generation College Student to First-Generation Grad Student
Alicia Peaker is the GradHacker Development Editor and a PhD candidate in English at Northeastern University. Her research examines women’s literary and artistic contributions to ecological discourses in the first half of the twentieth century. She tweets @aliciapeaker and blogs here.
Katie Shives is a PhD candidate in Microbiology at the University […]
If I had only known…
Announcing our first theme week of the semester, “If I had only known…” This week, Katy, Natascha, and Andrea share their reflections and advice on surviving graduate school. Below, our readers offer their best tips to get you through the year (or five)! To share yours, tweet using #gh_tips.
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A little bit goes a long way. @bopeepery on fitness during grad school: bit.ly/2t2lnUp
How do you fit fitness into your grad school schedule? @bopeepery reflects: bit.ly/2r9BN0y
Need to find time to work out? @bopeepery has some pointers: bit.ly/2rJ1fJ5 https://t.co/jStYWTa565