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Coping Strategies During COVID-19

11th June 2020

We did a post on self-care in the era of COVID-19 and self-isolation/social distancing, but as the weeks go on, we may find ourselves running out of coping strategies.

Clearing up Misconceptions About Academic Editing

19th May 2020

If you’ve ever wondered about academic editing, you’ve probably heard some falsehoods about it. You might have heard that it’s plagiarism, or that it’s only for people whose first language isn’t English, or that you can just have your friend who majored in English proofread your paper and it’s the same thing.

Self-Care During COVID-19

14th April 2020

It’s always important to practice self-care, but it is especially important during graduate school and while you’re working on your thesis or dissertation.

Choosing Credible Sources

24th March 2020

In this day and age, we are lucky to have a surplus of scholarly information at our fingertips. No more are the hours of paging through card catalogs or scrolling through microfiche.

Academics in the time of COVID-19

16th March 2020

If you attend an in-person undergraduate or graduate program, you most likely have been affected by school closures, due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

Is it Too Late to go to Graduate School?

24th September 2019

If you’re reading this blog, you might be in graduate school already, you might be thinking of applying to graduate school, or you might be in the process of doing so right now.

Back-to-School Necessities for the Graduate Student

20th August 2019

Summer is winding down and going back to school is on the horizon. If you have children, you’ve likely gotten their class lists and are stocking up on supplies – but what about you? Yes, you! Just because you're a graduate student, it doesn't mean you don't need any school supplies.

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