During your PhD, you’re not just learning about your research topic. You’re also learning core skills that apply to jobs both in and out of academia.
Twitter has a lot of value for academics as a professional social network and news service. 1 in 40 scholars in the US and UK use Twitter and that number continues to grow. If you’re not already on Twitter here’s how to use it to share your research, connect with your peers,...
A good work-life balance contributes to your overall mental and physical health. Since graduate students are six times more likely to experience depression or anxiety than the general population, achieving a good work-life balance should be one of your top priorities.
All good mentors share a few of the same characteristics and skills. Whether you’re an experienced mentor looking for a quick refresher or a former mentee who’s been asked to be a mentor for the first time, it never hurts to go over some mentorship basics.