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Professionalization in graduate programs in Savage Minds Link

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The value of small science, in Uncertain Principles Link

Career confidence, in Quod She 2.0 Link

Lab reports and literary analysis, in Rutgers Grad Student Blog Link

Colleagues who help one another, in Bardiac Link

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A defense of dissertation embargoes, in The Junto Link

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College employee health plans with carrots and sticks, in Excelsior Link


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