School’s out for summer, and GradHacker is going on its annual hiatus beginning this week. We will resume publication in August, so keep your eyes open for our fabulous fall line up of seasoned and new writers.
In the meantime, consider joining the GradHacker team. We are currently hiring for a new Managing Editor and two Permanent Authors (grad students from STEM fields especially encouraged to apply to author positions). You can find out more information about each of these paid positions here.
Short on time this school year but still want to participate? GradHacker regularly publishes guest posts by current graduate students on a wide range of subjects. If you’d like to see more topics covered, write for us or share your ideas with our editors.
Here’s to a productive and restful summer!
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