Grad School Probs? Use Personality Differences to Your Advantage

Grad School Probs? Use Personality Differences to Your Advantage

There is no question that you will need to work with others in order to be successful in grad school. If you know a little bit about personality theory, you will not only be able to predict how people will react in various situations, but you will also be able to use your own personality tendencies to increase productivity.

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Establishing Yourself in Your Career: Why You Should Consider Warmth and Competence

Establishing Yourself in Your Career: Why You Should Consider Warmth and Competence

As you start your career, you may consider going into academia or industry. Either way, the career path you choose can affect how others view you—even without knowing anything about you. This type of stereotyping allows people to make fast decisions about a person’s intentions. Is this person good or bad? So how will others perceive you when you begin your new career?

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Things I’m Glad I Did in Grad School

Things I’m Glad I Did in Grad School

We’ve all had our successes and failures in life, and grad school is no exception. Here are some of the successes I had in grad school. In my last post, I shared with you some regrets I had, but here I’ll share with you my high notes in grad school. If you do some of these things, maybe you can have an easier time in grad school, too.

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Things They Don’t Teach You in Grad School: Part 1

Things They Don’t Teach You in Grad School: Part 1

As graduate students we are taught a lot, and I do mean A LOT! This is often most evident by the 300-500 pages per class per week we are often required to read. Additionally, our education is often a combination of both didactic and experiential learning. While there is a lot that we are taught in grad school, if there is one thing I have learned over my course of practicum experiences – there is a lot they don’t teach you in grad school. In this series of blogs I would like to share with you some of my experiences that I have had that were definitely not covered in the classroom.

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