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How to Get Your Degree Without Moving (1057 hits)
If you are interested in earning a degree, you could be wondering about your options. You might know that you have the option to attend a school in another city so that you can earn your degree, but this might not be something you're interested in. I ...
Posted Wednesday, October 26th 2022 at 1:38PM
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What Schools Look For On Your Medical School Application (4535 hits)
If you have decided to pursue a medical career, you must be able to get accepted into a program at the school of your choice. Unfortunately, the competition for acceptance into such programs is fierce, meaning your application will need to stand out ...
Posted Tuesday, April 19th 2022 at 11:59AM
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ECU’s Interdisciplinary PhD Programs Virtual Recruitment Day – Nov 2, 3-5PM (5071 hits)
Prospective students interested in a PhD from ECU - a special synchronous virtual event 3-5 PM, Nov 2, with Q&A about ECU’s two interdisciplinary PhD programs: ICS and IDPBBC PhD programs. Register at ...
Posted Thursday, October 28th 2021 at 1:34PM
by: Will Moss | post comment
Looking for an Awesome Graduate Program in Counseling? Check out Eastern Illinois University! (6591 hits)
Eastern Illinois University’s graduate program in Counseling offers two options: the MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and the MS in School Counseling ...
Posted Monday, February 1st 2021 at 4:19PM
by: Will Moss | post comment
FREE Webinar for HBCU Students & Grads Today @ 2pm EST - Register Now! (7533 hits)
Students of color are currently attempting to navigate their path to graduate school in the midst of a global pandemic and at a time when race relations in our country are at the forefront of the news cycle. This climate has impacted aspiring graduate students in our community. ...
Posted Monday, December 14th 2020 at 3:06AM
by: Will Moss | post comment
University of Pennsylvania Sponsors Special Grad School Info Session for HBCU Students and Graduates on Dec. 9th! (7871 hits)
The University of Pennsylvania and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund are teaming up to recruit top talent for the world-renowned research institution. ...
Posted Monday, November 30th 2020 at 3:21AM
by: Will Moss | post comment
Have You Considered a Profession in the Environmental Sector? Consider the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program at CU! (7437 hits)
If you’ve been considering making the switch to a meaningful profession in the environmental sector, the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program (MENV) at CU Boulder could be the right next step for your career. ...
Posted Friday, November 20th 2020 at 3:43AM
by: Will Moss | post comment
LAW SCHOOL (3146 hits)
Hello! If anyone is interested in attending Law School after graduation please reach out. Also, if you're a college junior, senior or college graduate interested in learning more about law school by attending a Summer Pre-Law Program, please reach o ...
Posted Friday, November 6th 2020 at 4:48PM
by: Edison Williams | post comment
5 Great Tools to Help With Your College Studies (5273 hits)
If you’re a college student who wants to get ahead in your studies, there are tools that are available to help you advance. Taking advantage of these resources can help you stay better organized and make academic life easier to manage. These fi ...
Posted Friday, June 26th 2020 at 1:33PM
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International Conferences Can Improve your Writing A Lot (6547 hits)
BY LINDA ANDERSON Conferences are a great place to not only learn new things and hone your skills but also to meet others who are from the same craft as you are. Something that is important in a student life as it eventually helps to you connect t ...
Posted Wednesday, June 6th 2018 at 1:48PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Never procrastinate and always free time….. (11152 hits)
One blog I read regularly is by Leo Babauta, called zen habits. Essentially, he writes all about simplifying your life. A while ago, Scott Young was a guest blogger for Babuata’s website and wrote a post, The Really Simple Way to Get Work Done. I was greatly inspired by this piece and therefore want ...
Posted Thursday, April 19th 2018 at 3:06PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Coping strategies for full time workers turned PhD students (7268 hits)
By Thesis Whisperer Have you given up a great full time job to do your PhD? Some of you might have done this fairly recently – what changes can you expect? Jo Khoo is currently enrolled in a PhD at the University of Wollongong, Australi ...
Posted Thursday, April 19th 2018 at 3:03PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
How Academic Parents Can Find Time to Exercise (10234 hits)
A question that often comes up when I do campus workshops on work/life balance is how and when busy academic parents can find time to exercise. As we get older, it becomes increasingly important for us to exercise in order to stay healthy and keep our stress levels in check. I find time to exercise ...
Posted Thursday, April 19th 2018 at 2:59PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Rhythms of Writing: juggling inspiration and discipline (5205 hits)
A lot of writing advice tends to shift between write-when-inspired and write every day. In this blog post, Aya Nassar suggests that maybe we do not really need to choose... It has been a while since my last two blog posts ‘Becoming kind to your ...
Posted Thursday, April 19th 2018 at 2:55PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Don’t Be Bummed Out While School’s Out (4045 hits)
Strategies for making good use of your summer "break." By Florianne Jimenez Florianne Jimenez is a PhD student in rhetoric and composition at UMass Amherst. She tweets via @bopeepery. Remember when you actually used to look for ...
Posted Thursday, April 19th 2018 at 2:53PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
How Microlearning is Stopping Student Burnout Syndrome (3945 hits)
BY TIM MONSON All through our early years and first forays into the world of education, we’re told time and time again that learning requires time, dedication, perseverance. We’re taught that it needs hours, and hours, and hours and while this is ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 12:39PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Take The Plunge: Immersing yourself in your studies (3370 hits)
by Kaitlin in Study Hacks The language learning community has always been a huge proponent of the idea of immersion. In its most extreme form, this means relocating to The Netherlands (à la Benny of Fluent in 3 Months), but for most students, it ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 12:29PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Getting to know a research intern: Cathy Wong (3099 hits)
Google Research tackles the most challenging problems in CS and related fields. Being bold and taking risks is essential to what we do, and research teams are embedded throughout Google, allowing our discoveries to affect billions of users each day. ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 12:24PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Some Quick, Low-Effort Ways to Improve Focus (2202 hits)
by Jason B. Jones We live in distractible times, for bad reasons (cf. the news) and good (cf. Alto’s Odyssey, or the soccer ). It is common from time to time to feel that one’s ability ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 12:21PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
How to Proof Your Paper Like a Pro – 8 Proofreading Tips (1893 hits)
I used to work as a proofreader. It wasn’t the most exciting job in the world, but it helped me become proficient at proofreading ads and documents very quickly. Whenever possible, it’s always best to have someone else review your essay. How ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 12:16PM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
The Downside of Doing What You Love (1794 hits)
By Dan Schawbel There are countless articles written about the importance of doing what you love and it’s how many of us define success. Most successful people I interview recommend “following your passion”, but there’s a dark side that is never ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 11:50AM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
Responsible Student Loan Borrowing (1596 hits)
Student loans may be good debt because they are an investment in your future, but too much of a good thing can hurt you. Students who graduate with too much debt are often forced to delay “life cycle” events, such as buying a car, getting married ...
Posted Monday, March 26th 2018 at 11:45AM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
MVSU to host Graduate Expo March 1 (9611 hits)
Why should you consider an advanced degree? How will you finance your graduate education? What program of study is the best fit for you? For the answer to these questions and many more, attend Mississippi Valley State University’s Graduate Studies Expo to be held from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 1, ...
Posted Tuesday, February 27th 2018 at 11:40AM
by: Elynor Moss | post comment
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