The composition of this document gives you the opportunity to reflect on where you are going in your career and how you are feeling about your work.
This position gives you a great opportunity to expand your leadership skills.
You should carefully consider word choices and sentence structures when you’ve got a high-stakes presentation to give.
By removing yourself from familiar surroundings, you will be able to zero in on a particular task or project without all the usual distractions.
Envisioning the PhD journey as three distinct stages: the marathon, the discourse and the compass.
Four health research grants specialists share their top tips.
Effective listening is a valuable life and career skill that instructors can help students develop.
Recognizing other forms of scholarly communication can provide more creative ways to generate and mobilize knowledge.
Navigating academia with invisible disabilities.
Understanding research independence can help identify level-appropriate strategies for skill development.
Remember that you have the right to ask questions and can disagree with a diagnosis.
Part two of my series on low-effort, high-reward graphics for grant proposals, this time focusing on timeline charts.
A mission statement helps remind us of where we should be spending our time.
Six steps to start a business when you have no money.
Self-efficacy is individuals’ own belief in themselves.
It is not enough to have a postdocs’ association at your institution – they require a voice, power and influence to make important changes for future researchers.
This path allowed me to dive into a new field while maintaining a time commitment comparable to a traditional master’s program.
How some Canadian research universities approach graduate professional development.
None of us are perfect, and we need to be able to acknowledge that to improve.
Here are some low-effort, high-reward ideas that can contribute to a great looking grant proposal.