Dr. Vic DiRita is the associate dean for graduate and postdoctoral studies and professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Michigan. In the blog below, he describes what, based on his experience, is the most successful way to approach a looming graduate committee meeting. (Dr. DiRita was on the PhD committee of our own Dr. Fisher).
Dr. Kate Hertweck is an assistant professor of biology at the University of Texas at Tyler. She has compiled a short list of tips for TAs.
During graduate school, it often feels like there is never enough time in the day. This blog offers some thoughts on time management and techniques to help students bring order to their otherwise chaotic days.
Not so true lessons from graduate school
Ever wonder which of those lesson from graduate school are really just hot air? A grad school survivor gives his view of 25 lessons that weren’t (totally) true.
Use of social media
Curious about how social media might help you with your research and scholarship? Afraid it will be a distraction rather than a help? Check out the sites below for pointers and strategies that may pay off.