Mentoring a Demography trainee (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I have another post up over at Gradhacker titled Picking a Good Mentor. I hope that this advice helps those of you searching for a graduate mentor as this is a major decision for students and is extremely important for making the most of your graduate experience.
- Picking a Good Mentor (insidehighered.com)
Hello readers! I have another article posted at Gradhacker today titled “How to make the most out of a rotation once you’re there.”
This was written as a direct result of my first year in graduate school. I don’t hide the fact that I had an extremely difficult time with rotations and finding a lab that suited me. Thankfully though, I did learn a lot that first year and want to share what I took away from this experience in the hopes of helping others make it through similar situations. So head over to Gradhacker to check out my most recent article, I hope that some of you find it helpful.
Hello readers! I have started contributing articles to the Gradhacker website in order to share some of the things I learned in my first year of graduate school. This month I’ve written an article for those of you about to start graduate programs and how to choose the best laboratory rotations for your personality and interests.
Head over to Gradhacker and check out my new piece: How to Find the Right Lab Rotation
I’m happy to say that this week an article I wrote was featured on the Gradhacker website. This is a great site with a wealth of resources for graduate students ranging from how to navigate conferences successfully to how to de-stress and maintain your sanity during graduate school.
So, if you wish to get some basic guidelines on how to transition from an undergraduate to a graduate wardrobe please check out my article Dressing for Battle: Academic Armaments over at Gradhacker.