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Especially in these challenging times, consider taking a playful approach to job searching and career planning.
Whether you are an academic-in-waiting or seeking a non-academic career, it is important to reflect on and show off the breadth of your teaching experience.
Tips for grad students on how to be productive as possible while working remotely.
Even in our new virtual world, you can still create meaningful connections to others in your field.
Project and stakeholder management practices can help buffet thesis interruptions.
For supervisors, communication is the key to establishing and maintaining a good relationship with your students, especially during COVID-19.
Martin Seligman offers us five pillars to thrive in challenging circumstances.
Though graduate students may have had their studies disrupted, this can be a time of opportunity and empowerment. It’s all a matter of perspective.
A step-by-step guide to conducting labour market research.
It is the nature of our work to be of service, but we have to remember to look after ourselves as well.
A career mindset puts you in control of your destiny. A degree mindset is stagnating.
Instead of focusing on the negative aspects of “coming second,” job seekers need to address the issues that are within their control and shift their perspective.
Research has shown that student mental wellness is a growing concern, but what can we do about it?
These programs offer the chance to explore new career paths, make connections in a field of interest and facilitate future employment.
Students should be clear on what professional associations are, what they do and why they matter.
Sharing resources between career services and faculty/departments promotes successful career transitions for grad students.
Your role is to create the conditions in which others can become autonomous, and to guide them toward that autonomy.
As knowledge brokers, graduate professional development programs can build stronger bridges between students and the skills they need.
Developing personal relationships with peers can act as a counterweight to the burden of graduate training.
Students will feel more in control if they are exposed to career exploration early and within their academic discipline.