from GSNB Staff
Transitioning from coursework to dissertation: A Common Time to Get Stuck
Career Advice: From Academic to Schoolteacher and Novelist
Career Management: 7 Resolutions to Advance Your Career
New publication: Surviving Your Graduate School Adviser. A collection of essays from career counselors and advisers, edited by Leonard Cassuto of Fordham University, explores all the different ways this important relationship can go wrong and how graduate students can better manage their advisers.
Chronicle article: Here’s Smarty-Pants, Home for the Holidays.
NOT JUST FOR TAs. Follow TAP and get updated on workshops and articles of interest to all graduate students.
Advice: What I Learned About Surviving Graduate School A new assistant professor offers advice about how to enjoy life as an overworked and underpaid doctoral student.
Manage your Career: From Advisee to Peer; Minding Your Manners for the Conference Interview; What Graduate Students Want to Know About Community Colleges; Embrace Your Inner North Dakotan; How to leverage your Ph.D. expertise into a satisfying and productive science career
Career Decisions: Deciding what to be with a PhD Leaving the bench can seem like a risky endeavor (NY Academy of Sci.)
Seeking the Mentors You Need No one is going to walk up and offer kindly to be your mentor. You have to learn to ask.
Networking Tips: Expand Your Academic Network in 5 Minutes
Finding your Niche in Science: Scientists are notorious for spending long hours in the lab, honing research skills—but how much time do you spend thinking about career development? If career aspirations are often put on the back burner, resolve to spend a little time looking at the new Science Alliance homepage on the New York Academy of Science site.