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BY HARRIET EISENKRAFT | SEP 10 2012

Time out for a baby.

BY JORDANA GARBATI + BOBA SAMUELS | AUG 22 2012

Two doctoral candidates look back, with appreciation.

BY UA/AU | AUG 07 2012

Follow the rules.

BY CHRISTINE OVERALL | JUL 25 2012

Back to basics.

BY SUNNY MARCHE | APR 11 2012

The continuing debate over the PhD time limit.

BY IAN MACLACHLAN | APR 02 2012

Pack your bags!

BY CAROLYN STEELE | MAR 28 2012

Helping graduate philosophy students navigate the job market with relevant workshops.

BY DALTON KEHOE | MAR 21 2012

One professor’s exploration of the wonderful world of wikis, and how they can help move students from passive knowledge recipients to active and collaborative learners.

BY ROBERT SUMMERBY-MURRAY | MAR 05 2012

You’ve got mail.

BY CARLA GUNN | FEB 01 2012

The rules of engagement.

BY ROCHELLE MAZAR | JAN 18 2012

Dump that heavy old laptop and treat yourself to one of the many new hardware devices now on the market.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | JAN 09 2012

Teaching IP basics.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | DEC 05 2011

Be well prepared and set objectives.

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | NOV 16 2011

This is a book that presents real, practical, detailed advice drawn from personal experience, serious research, and candid interviews.

BY AIMÉE MORRISON, ERIN WUNKER AND HEATHER ZWICKER | NOV 07 2011

Should you co-author a scholarly article?

BY TARA SIEBARTH | NOV 07 2011

A new group at the University of Toronto is striving to bring together grad students whose research is based on, or around global health.

BY ROCHELLE MAZAR | NOV 02 2011

Why aren’t you doing more with your course website?

BY TARA SIEBARTH | OCT 19 2011

WLU provost advises faculty and grad students to take on some admin work and see how they like it.

BY MELONIE FULLICK | OCT 11 2011

A discussion on whether scholars should take the time to write a blog about their work.

BY DAVID KAUFMAN + ALAN WRIGHT | OCT 11 2011

Prepare your visit by learning about local customs. Read and speak with Canadian colleagues with overseas experience as well as colleagues from the host country. Establish rapport from the start by showing that you’re approachable and respectful of participants’ expertise and experience. If you already use humour in the Canadian context, use humour appropriately in […]