Graduate students

Get a Financial Education

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Just because graduate students don't have money is no reason not to plan for the future, writes Nate Kreuter.

Rising Price of British Graduate Education

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Many fear that programs will be "priced out of the market."

Getting Started in a Lab

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New graduate students need to ask the right questions to pick the best place to work and launch their careers, writes Tom Daniel.

Time Management

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David Domke suggests a way for graduate students and others to think about balancing the demands of teaching, research and life.

Collaborating and Co-Authoring

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Joint authorship is a helpful way for young scholars to get started in publishing -- and Philip Howard describes the steps to take to ensure a successful start.

Managing Large Writing Projects

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The keys, writes John Gastil, are having a sense of purpose and dividing up the work into parts you can manage.

Just Say Dough

The first best step toward a job is avoiding debt, writes Teresa Mangum.

Creating a Research Agenda

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Graduate students need to make strategic decisions about courses, professors and opportunities, write Justin Reedy and Madhavi Murty.

Preparing for the Non-Academic Interview

In the first of a two-part essay, Christine Kelly reviews the stereotypes and key questions a Ph.D. will face, and how to overcome them.

Non-Academic Interviews

Christine Kelly offers advice on how to act naturally as you shift career paths.

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