Unexpected Career Paths of Successful People
4/30/20 by Haley Lyles
Before the success of famous people such as Sara Blakley or Reed Hastings, they started their career journeys in less-than-ideal jobs. The delays and disappointments that they faced could have derailed their careers but they persisted and found success in unexpected ways.
Graduate School Study Methods and Tips
2/19/2020 by Sierra Skelly
Let’s face it—grad school is far from easy. Between balancing class, studying, teaching, and sometimes even working, grad students can be stretched so thin it feels almost impossible to get everything done.
As a graduate student, having effective time management skills is essential to succeed. The material becomes significantly more difficult and the age-old technique of cramming the night before isn’t an option when your material is this advanced.
Keep reading for some research-backed study methods and tips to help you get the most out of your study session.
Productive Alternative Spring Break Options for Grad Students
2/6/2020 by HIGHERGRAD
Spring break is approaching and many college students across the country already have their trips booked. This week every spring is traditionally the last big celebration leading up to the conclusion of another college year. For some, it is an even bigger party if in fact you are set to graduate. Although the majority of college students are looking forward to a week in Florida or Mexico, some others seek what is becoming known as alternative spring break options.