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How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome (Chronicle of Higher Ed)

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Pathologized for a reason, “impostor syndrome” runs thick in the veins of academics, from newly arrived graduate students to those nearing retirement (yes, really). It seems to be such a deep part of the ecosystem of the academy that it …

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Career Tips for First-Generation Grad Students

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Helen Pho, a first-generation grad student herself, offers six key pieces of advice in this article that is part of the Carpe Careers series in Inside Higher Ed.

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Tips for Virtual Case Interviews

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There are marked differences to doing a case interview online, versus in person. With that in mind, there are some things you can do to help yourself in a virtual case interview: read tips developed by Management Consulted

 

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Feel Like A Fraud? American Psychological Association

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You’re not alone. Many graduate students question whether they are prepared to do the work they do. Here’s how to overcome that feeling and recognize your strengths. Read advice from the American Psychological Association.

 

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“Reflections on Research”: CLAIS+ESC Photo & Essay Prize

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The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies (CLAIS) and the European Studies Council (ESC) invite submissions for a new photo and essay contest on the theme, “Reflections on Research.” How have you, as young scholars, continued with your research? …

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AR/VR engineers replace blockchain programmers as hottest commodity

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“Augmented reality and virtual reality jobs are hot, with demand surging 1,400% in 2019, according to a new State of Software Engineers report by job site Hired. This means that AR/VR knowledge is the hot new thing, supplanting blockchain engineers, who …

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Minority Report 2021 – Application Deadline 9/27

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The Minority Report is an industry-vetted fellowship program of the top scripts written by diverse students, designed to help underrepresented writers break into the entertainment industry.
Submissions are collected from DIVERSO’s network of 30+ Universities. Each script then goes through …

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SELECTING: What to know about Architecture Programs

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“So, you wish to become an architect – Congratulations! But what is the process – Just recently, we outlined the three major steps, namely 1) education, 2) experience, and 3) examination. You are encouraged to review these steps as we start our …

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Poets & Writers: Writing Contests, Grants & Awards Database

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The Writing Contests, Grants & Awards database includes details about the creative writing contests—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, and more—that have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year. The practices …

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Fall Regional Bookseller Events 2020: The Virtual Edition

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“At a particularly difficult moment in the book business, when, as Beth Ineson, executive director of the New England Independent Booksellers Association, says, ‘booksellers are working five times as hard to keep a nostril above water,’ the fall regionals are …

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