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The University of Southern California starts a program to train recent Ph.D. recipients to be better teachers and maybe get a leg up in the job market.
Study finds first-time graduate school enrollment is up 3.5 percent, the biggest annual increase since the Great Recession.
Julie Dodd shares the advice she gives graduate students about to teach undergrads for the first time -- and reminds professors of their obligation to share their expertise.
Job candidates have access to more information than ever about the search process, but departments and their faculties must not leave grad students to the vagaries of Internet advice, Marietta Morrissey argues.
James M. Van Wyck interviews Alexandra Lord, who left a tenure-track position in history for a career in government -- and is glad she made the switch.
Robert Greim describes how his graduate cohort helped themselves and other future academics by creating a student organization.
If visiting assistant professorships get a bad rap, one college says it does them better.
A decade after a landmark study of graduate students at Berkeley, a new study finds many problems persist -- and many doctoral students are depressed.
It's normal for graduate students to feel a bit intimidated sometimes, but they need to remind themselves that they belong and that they are learning, writes Stephen J. Aguilar.
Lori A. Flores offers tips for getting the thing done.
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