It’s challenging to balance it with academic commitments, write William A. Repetto and Ioannis Vasileios Chremos, but there are ways to do so successfully.
Even people who try to live a healthy life during grad school often sacrifice sleep to make room for all that needs doing, says Victoria McGovern. What can we do about it?
Women faculty members hear lots of advice on coping with misogyny in academe, but the lack of support they may receive from other women is far less discussed, writes Dorina Pojani.
Daniel Park provides advice on how to approach the daily challenges and conflicts that occur at colleges and universities with the right attitude and mind-set.
As the new academic year begins, we must rethink the issue and help students decide when programs like ChatGPT deserve a place in written work, writes Naomi S. Baron.
Michael Tavel Clarke and Faye Halpern recommend an approach that allows those weighing in to act more like mentors than gatekeepers.
In the face of all the challenges, we can overlook that we do have control over ourselves and always have the option of doing a professional reset, writes Jeffrey Nesteruk.
Andrea Webb and Erica Machulak explore four ways faculty members and administrators can foster professional agency among graduate students.
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