Melissa Dalgleish

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July 13, 2020
If you pursued a graduate degree because you thought that knowing more, and sharing that knowledge, could make positive change, now is your time, writes Melissa Dalgleish.
January 27, 2020
Serving on a committee or being otherwise engaged in campus projects provides exposure to career development information and networking opportunities, as well as evidence of practical, essential skills, writes Melissa Dalgleish.
November 25, 2019
Melissa Dalgleish explores why academics tend to keep doing what they're good at -- and why that can be a trap.
July 15, 2019
By giving yourself a little more time to consider and explore your career options, Melissa Dalgleish writes, you can plan out concrete actions to take in small chunks throughout the academic year.
February 11, 2019
Faculty members can't know the ins and outs of every job that might interest their grad students and postdocs, but they do have some significant career-related responsibilities, writes Melissa Dalgleish.
October 29, 2018
Melissa Dalgleish explains how tracking your time for a week can help you figure out what to do with your life.
August 13, 2018
You can’t figure out which jobs have the possibility to become your vocation, writes Melissa Dalgleish, until you first figure out yourself and your signature strengths.
January 8, 2018
Graduate students should view it as another piece of research-based writing -- with themselves as the subject, writes Melissa Dalgleish.
August 14, 2017
If you’re contemplating a nonfaculty career, the idea of giving up your research might be keeping you from going forward, writes Melissa Dalgleish. But such a move doesn't mean you have to relinquish your passion.
February 27, 2017
Never again after graduate school will you have access to so many free, high-quality career development services, writes Melissa Dalgleish, who advises how to make the most of what your campus offers.
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