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They can take steps to help position graduate students for different careers, writes Jocelyn Frelier, starting with moving away from a “just focus on your dissertation” approach.

Advice Columnists


March 17, 2023
How, Deborah J. Cohan asks, can academe make it more productive, meaningful and streamlined for everyone—including the candidate, the reviewers and the institution?
March 16, 2023
Guy Geltner describes how scholars may increasingly have to balance dialogue with censorship when publishing their research in other countries.
March 15, 2023
Rather than positively providing them a self-directed space, it might instead be just one more thing an overworked student has to cope with, writes Sarabeth Grant.
March 14, 2023
Those of us in higher education need to rethink the pejorative term and its implications, writes Carol Bishop Mills.
March 13, 2023
Joseph Barber offers recommendations for how graduate students can leverage artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT for exploring career options and pursuing opportunities.



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