Learning from Rejections

March 27, 2017
I experienced the first rejections of my scientific career when I applied to graduate school. I had graduated as the top student from my undergraduate program, but I didn’t get into my top choice for grad school. In fact, about half my applications were met with rejection. I did not know how to cope. Continue reading Learning from Rejections

New Webinar on the Dissertation Proposal: Aligning the Problem, Purpose, and Research Questions

February 22, 2017
If you have finished your coursework and passed your comprehensive exams, then what stands between you and your degree is completing and defending your dissertation proposal. Completing a proposal requires you to design and align your problem statement, purpose of study, and research questions.

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Five hacks to writing the best academic essays

February 13, 2017
A lot of students lack the general skills required to produce good academic papers or essays. This can be due to a number of reasons, including lack of proper training by your teacher, a general disinterest towards writing, lack of imagination, etc. In case that you have been or still are subject to any of these factors, the following hacks will allow you to prepare yourself for better academic essay writing. Continue reading Five hacks to writing the best academic essays

Fall Academic Coaching and Writing Program

August 25, 2016
Register now for the Fall Academic Coaching and Writing Program to ensure you reach and surpass your writing and career goals. The ACW Coaching and Writing Program includes our daily virtual Writing Room that runs from September 19 through December 16, 2016. To participate in the ACW Fall Coaching and Writing Program, you must sign up to work with a coach by September 1, 2016, and begin your coaching by September 15, 2016. Continue reading Fall Academic Coaching and Writing Program