As we launch into a new academic year and grapple with the return of ‘normal’ campus life, the Graduate College remains committed to helping new graduate students find the resources they need to thrive.
As a graduate student, you develop important professional skills such as effective communication, project management and creative problem solving. One skill that is not often taught is how to negotiate a salary.
As graduate students, we know that sometimes it feels like you are reading constantly. We’ve all been there: we’re reading an article or chapter, our minds start to drift, and suddenly we realize we’ve read three paragraphs but can’t recall any of it.
By Elizabeth Wentz and Erin Carr-Jordan on March 25, 2021
Women’s History Month provides a fantastic opportunity to look at historic women and discuss what we can learn from them and how we can view them as role models. Our role models continue to be the women who “lean in,” who are ambitious and bold.
Diversity statements aren’t just for organizations or for faculty job postings. Many law schools and some graduate programs may ask applicants to provide a short statement about their personal background and potential contributions to the school or program.