Graduate education

Piles, Stacks, Folders

Peg Boyle Single suggests ways to turn all of those articles, books and PDFs into chapters.

More Than Merit

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Eszter Hargittai introduces her new column on how to prepare for a tenure bid -- from the first year of a graduate program through the years as assistant professor.

Too Much to Say?

Among your first steps, writes Peg Boyle Single, are knowing your audience and dividing your material into key points.

Staying Motivated

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Learning how to manage frustrations and avoiding burnout are key in grad school, writes Alexes Harris.

Too Much to Say? (II)

Peg Boyle Single wants to (briefly) discuss more issues raised by having too much material.

A Regular Writing Routine

You'll make more progress if you reject two common myths, writes Peg Boyle Single.

What the Research Says

Peg Boyle Single explains why you need to write regularly, write in the morning and get over the quest for the perfect word.

A Writing Routine

Peg Boyle Single offers a series of practical tips.

Group Work

Writing frustrations and triumphs are meant to share, writes Peg Boyle Single.

Expert Advice

Peg Boyle Single interviews the authors of What They Didn't Teach You in Graduate School.

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