In the first part of this series, I talked about steps to plan the arch of your PhD. In this one, I want to talk about more specific time management. […]
A PhD is a marathon, not a sprint. And, sometimes, the end goal of having a diploma in your hand and the signifier “Dr.” in front of your name can […]
I’ve had a couple of posts talking about the anxiety of being a graduate student lately. While those are certainly true, there are many upsides to being a graduate student […]
Academic Anxiety is a hydra. Therefore, you must be Hagrid. Play the hydra some music and name it something like “Cuddles.” h/t Rebecca Robinson for the analogy.
I am lucky enough to have an amazing group of women who all support one another in this grad school endeavor. We’re all at various stages of our PhD programs; […]
I began my TA training today at Arizona State University. My title within the University will be “Graduate Teaching Associate” when I’m finished. This distinction is important when clarifying what […]
Applying for PhD programs is a long, tiring process. Part of the reason for this is because they want to weed out less serious candidates. PhD programs accept only a […]