Writing frustrations and triumphs are meant to share, writes Peg Boyle Single.
Peg Boyle Single interviews the authors of What They Didn't Teach You in Graduate School.
Terri E. Givens considers what to tell a would-be graduate student about the job market and life as an academic.
Peg Boyle Single explains how some of the qualities that got you into graduate school can make it extra hard to finish up.
Peg Boyle Single identifies symptoms and treatments for a problem that can block writing.
Peg Boyle Single offers tips on how to make the best use of the time you have to write.
Professors can help the job market if some of them refuse to accept more doctoral candidates, writes Monica J. Harris. That's what she's doing.
Samuel Gorovitz describes an approach to teaching graduate students how to grade.
Maybe The Economist and other critics of Ph.D. programs that admit more students than can expect to find good academic jobs are missing the benefits of the system, writes Joshua A. Tucker.
Departments need to recognize this cohort, and provide help that will lead to jobs later, writes Cory Owen.
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